Fire Brigade Standard Operational Procedures and the Deemed to Satisfy Provisions of the NCC

Ms Jensen made this Freedom of Information request to Australian Building Codes Board

The request was refused by Australian Building Codes Board.

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Dear Australian Building Codes Board,

Please provide a complete list of the Standard Operational Procedures and other related documents (e.g. training manuals, operational circulars, equipment schedules, occupational health and safety procedures, maintenance schedules, vehicle specifications and equipment schedules etc) that has been provided to the Australian Building Codes Board by the following emergency services departments (or similar):

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services
Fire and Rescue New South Wales
Country Fire Authority Victoria
Metropolitan Fire Brigade (Melbourne)
South Australian Country Fire Service
South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service
ACT Fire and Rescue
Australian Capital Territory Rural Fire Service
Tasmania Fire Service
Department of Fire and Emergency Services Western Australia
Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Service
NSW Rural Fire Service
Any other Australian Fire and or Emergency Services responder

Which of these documents have the Australian Building Codes Board used to assist in the development of the Deemed to Satisfy provisions of the National Construction Code?

Yours faithfully,

Ms Jensen

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Attachment TRIM Freedom of Information request Fire Brigade Standard Operational Procedures and the Deemed to Satisfy Provisions of the NCC.txt
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Dear Ms Jensen,

 

We refer to your Freedom of Information request of 4 March 2016 (attached)
for access to certain documents in relation to the operational procedures
that have been provided to ABCB by a number of emergency services. 

 

Please find the attached correspondence in response to it. 

 

We note that at the end of your email, you have asked “…which of these
documents have the Australian Building Codes Board used to assist in the
development of the Deemed to Satisfy provisions of the National
Construction Code?”

 

Please be advised that building fire safety requirements do not rely on
fire brigade intervention to achieve required performance under the
National Construction Code.

 

Kind regards,

 

FOI team

Legal, Audit and Assurance Branch| Corporate Network
[1][email address]

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Department of Industry, Innovation and Science | [2]www.industry.gov.au

 

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