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Within 18 months of the NBN coming to your suburb, all copper wires will be disconnected … potentially leaving you without a back to base fire alarm or emergency lift phone.
Our friends at OCN have organised a seminar so you can find out what your building needs to do to ensure contined protection of residents and guests.
“Also, you can learn how lift consultants can cost-effectively assist you negotiate and optimise maintenance contracts, and provide expert guidance on upgrading or replacing aging or failed lifts,” they tell us.
“Typically, contracts are biased towards the writer; the lift company. Investigating the best option and tendering for an lift upgrade or replacement is not for the faint-hearted and full of traps for the inexperienced. If you have a lift this seminar is for you.”
The guest speakers are Rex Henning, a director with Equity Elevator Management and former NBN consultant Guy Richards, an Engagement Specialist with Building Management Association of Australia.
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