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AS 4655-2005
Fire safety audits


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Document Type Standard
Status Current
Publisher:    Standards Australia
Committee FP-021
Supersedes:
AS 4655(Int)-2002
DR 04465



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Abstract

Sets out requirements for auditing fire safety measures against nominated audit criteria, including those relating to life safety. Includes general principles of auditing, audit program management, the fire safety audit process and responsibilities, reporting, fire safety audit levels, audit team competence evaluation of auditors and derivation of fire safety audit criteria.

Scope

This Standard sets out minimum requirements for the structured auditing of fire safety measures in a facility against nominated audit criteria, including those relating to life safety. It covers requirements for the general principles of auditing, audit program management, the fire safety audit process and responsibilities, reporting, fire safety audit levels and audit team competence.
Guidance is included for evaluation of auditors and deriving fire safety audit criteria.

Application

This Standard is intended for use in all existing or proposed facilities where fire safety needs to be managed on an ongoing basis.

History

First published as AS 4655(Int)-2002.
Second edition AS 4655-2005.

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