Here at SWFS we utilise the FireMate Service Management System based on the latest in remote communication and PDA’s (Personal digital assistants).

  • FireMate is an integrated service inspection, testing, prevention and reactive maintenance, survey and certification management system which plans, tracks and reports fire equipment and ensures that fire equipment testing and maintenance is carried out in accordance with contracted obligations and relevant standars, enabling documentation necessary to providing the Annual Fire Safety Statement.
  • FireMate provides accurate, auditable records. Clients can interrogate our data directly to asses our performance in meeting service obligations.
  • Enables comprehensive asset registers, by location, records on who performed the service and when, details the faults and defective issues found.
  • Detailed reports ensure full accountability and verification to clients, property owners and insurers. The summary reports are suitable for use by management and clients.
  • Support single or multiple sites, local or interstate. Follow up service requests can be issued from the field.
  • Issue of annual fire safety inspection certificate / statement.
  • FireMate ensures that building owners, managing agents, facility managers, employers and managers can prove that essential services have been maintained to relevant standards and frequencies and that compliance reporting is managed to meet local government regulations or legislation.

Home Fire Safety Tips

Are you fire safe in the home? We recommend this simple safety checklist to assist in keeping your home fire safe:

  • Installing an adequate number of suitable Fire Alarms and testing them regularly is the first step in keeping your home safe.
  • Having a written plan in case of fire and practice it regularly.
  • Make sure keys are readily accessible in case you need to escape.
  • Never leave open flame including candles or oil burners unattended.
  • Clean the lint filter of your dryer each and every time you use it.
  • Never smoke in bed and take extra care if consuming alcohol whilst smoking.
  • Take extra care when using heaters, electric blankets or open fires.
  • Switch off appliances when not in use.
  • Always keep lighters and matches away from children and educate them that they are “tools not toys” to only be used by responsible adults.
  • Remember to take extra care with any stored chemicals and fuels and always refuel mowers, edgers etc when they are cold and in the open.
  • If you live in a bushfire prone area keep the ground around your home clear of leaves and other litter and remember to clean your gutters regularly.

For more information visit the Fire & Rescue NSW and NSW Rural Fire Service Website!