Fire alarm monitoring and regular maintenance are critical to help protect your people, property and assets. Whether you have a large commercial or industrial site, or a business on a smaller scale, we can tailor a fire alarm monitoring solution for your premises and location to meet Australian Standards.
Fire alarms must connect through a certified Automatic Fire Alarm Service Provider (AFASP). As one of the few approved AFASPs in Australia, Chubb’s Code Red network complies with Australian Standards AS1670 and AS4428.
Alerting emergency services within seconds of fire detection is critical. Your automatic fire detection system connects to our sophisticated monitoring centre, giving you peace of mind 24/7.
Our operators are highly trained in fire alarm response procedures, plus customers can access our fire service technicians with queries. We can also keep you up-to-date with notifications via email, SMS or phone and provide regular activity reports.
Although the primary purpose of Chubb’s Code Red Alarm Signalling Equipment (ASE) is to convey an alarm signal, the ASE can monitor non-fire signal events linked to your fire panel and alert you to potential problems including:
State fire authorities impose heavy penalties on properties that generate false alarms due to poor work practices or a lack of fire system maintenance.
At Chubb, we work with you to improve the integrity of your fire system. Our Code Red InSite technology and ASE can pinpoint the location and cause of signals, helping to minimise the occurrence of costly false alarms.
For questions or to implement Chubb Code Red on your premises, please contact us.
Chubb has experienced and accredited technicians who can design, install and maintain your fire systems and portable fire equipment.
Having a service and maintenance contract in place for your fire equipment is essential for ensuring your system works when you need it most.
Chubb is a leading supplier in Australia of Fire Fighting Products and Equipment.
As part of workplace WHS regulations, all buildings must have an appropriate emergency plan in place to protect employees, contractors, site visitors and customers.
Chubb Australia holds an industry licence to install and maintain fire sprinkler systems as specified by Australian Standards.
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