Essential Fire Safety Measures (ESM)  are defined as the fire and life safety systems installed or constructed in buildings to ensure adequate levels of safety for occupants in the event of a fire or emergency. When the construction of a building is complete, the building owner is responsible for the integrity and maintenance of the safety features and essential safety measures.

As a leader in essential safety measures compliance, AESC will give you peace of mind knowing that you are meeting your statutory obligations and reducing the risk to life and property.

Obtaining Compliance

To ensure your building complies with all relevant legislative requirements, AESC will work with you by combining the assistance of our highly trained auditors and compliance support team, then add it our comprehensive and user friendly Compliance and Building Operations Support System (BOSS), the ability to obtain compliance for your building has never been easier.

The Process

AESC have a proven three stage ESM compliance methodology that is specifically designed as a closed loop process with built in risk management check provisions, ensuring that a ‘no gaps’ result is achieved. Implementation removes the undue management burden from customers resources and consequently allows them to concentrate on their own core business activities while mitigating risk.

State & Territory Requirements

Each State and Territory has defined building regulations and legislation designed to ensure the safety of occupants and public throughout the life of the building. Varying levels of mandatory maintenance, testing or inspection of active and passive fire systems are required to ensure operational performance in the event of an emergency.

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