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This is the website of the Passive Fire Protection Alliance (PFPA). We would welcome your feedback on this website. Please click on the enquiries button at the bottom of the page and email us your comments or any enquiries you may have about passive fire protection or PFPA.
The Passive Fire Protection Alliance (PFPA) was established to promote the installation and maintenance of the systems and components that provide passive fire protection in the built environment. PFPA recognizes that it is vital buildings are constructed with components that will perform effectively to contain & control fire and smoke so as to protect life, reduce the risk of injury and achieve an acceptable level of property protection. A key role of PFPA is to develop and disseminate material that will educate all stakeholders in best practice passive fire protection in the construction and maintenance of buildings in accordance with Australian regulations and standards. PFPA uses this website to make available this information. To find out more about passive fire protection and PFPA click on to more info
Fire Door Workshop - Thursday 13 June 2013
The Passive Fire Protection Alliance is pleased to announce a Fire Doors Fundamentals Workshop will be held on Thursday 13 June. Fire Doors are also a key aspect of a building’s compliance. The Fire Door Workshop provides a comprehensive overview of fire resistant doorsets, door hardware, testing and approval requirements and the relevant sections of the Fire Door Standard AS1905.1 This includes Tagging and Relevant Documentation, commissioning and maintenance.
For Further details and registration information for the fire doors fundamentals workshop please click on the following link: Information and Registration
PFPA Publication - 'The PFPA Bulletin'
The PFPA Bulletin has been introduced to promote innovative and successful passive fire protection products and services provided by the organisations that support PFPA. The PFPA Bulletin will also include case studies of where a specific product or service has been applied or been successful in the advent of containing fire and/or smoke or to raise general issues in regards to fire safety in buildings. To open the latest edition (August 2011) of the The PFPA Bulletin click onto download publication