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    Kate Evans
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    We live in an all-age apartment complex of 120 units.
    We are wanting to introduce voluntary fire wardens as part of an upgrade of our management of fire risk, which currently is lamentable.
    Does anyone have experience of training of such wardens, names of companies that do this on-site, etc, & also knowledge of any insurance liability they would face?

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    You would require a annual fire check. That company could help. In Qld it’s a bit of a non-issue, someone at the agm nominates for the role but the annual licensed  fire checker puts up the on the walls the floorplan escape routes and localised marshalling where you are to go to, i think they say lets give it a trial run on any date and no one goes anyways. Anyways, your complex manager would be best to call first I think.

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    BONNIE L
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    Hi, From what I know in NSW, the Fire Brigade, and local council are the arbiters on fire upgrades, and the onus on home owners to comply.   Have heard some larger buildings here engage a consultant to work with the above. Good luck!

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