In Case of Emergency

000

TRIPLE ZERO 000

Is someone seriously injured or in need of urgent medical help? Is your life or property being threatened? Have you just witnessed a serious accident or crime? Stay focused, stay relevant, stay on the line.

SES

STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE 132 500

For emergency help in floods, storms and cyclones.

Police

POLICE ASSISTANCE LINE 131 444

If you are a victim of a crime, other than life threatening or time critical emergency situations, you should call for police assistance.

CRIMESTOPPERS

CRIMESTOPPERS
1800 333 000

CrimeStoppers is a community based initiative that provides members of the public the ability to provide crime information. It can be anonymous.

healthdirect

HEALTHDIRECT
1800 022 222

If you have a health concern and you're not sure what to do, simply call and speak with a registered nurse. You'll get fast, expert advice about any health issue, helping you make an informed decision about how to manage it.

NATIONAL SECURITY HOTLINE

NATIONAL SECURITY HOTLINE
1800 1234 00

The public should continue to exercise caution and report any suspicious incidents to the National Security Hotline.

Poison Information Line

POISON INFORMATION HOTLINE
13 11 26

The Poison Information Hotline provides the latest poisons information to the public and toxicology advice to professionals on the management of posioned and envenomed patients. Call centre is available 25/7 to all of Australia.

Zone Block Plan
FIRST FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR

Fire Safety Schedule

CURRENT Essential Fire Safety Measures
Clause 168 Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulation 2000

MEASURES STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE
Automatic smoke detection and alarm systemAS 1670-1986
Building occupant warning systemAS 1603.6
Emergency lightingPart E4 of the BCA / AS 2293.1
Emergency warning & intercommunication systemPart E4.9 of the BCA / AS 2220
Exit signsPart E4 of the BCA / AS 2293.1
Fabrics / surface finishes / early fire hazard propertiesSpec C1.10 of the BCA
FanlightsTerm 4.03 of Council Order dated 28 March 2012
Fire alarm communication linkSpec E2.2a (7) of the BCA / AS 1670.3
Fire dampersAS 1682 / AS 1668.1
Fire doorsC2.13 C3.4 C3.8 NSW H101.6 of the BCA / AS 1905.1
Fire safety evacuation procedureAS 3745-2010
Fire resistive ceilings above all floorsA2.5 of the BCA / 2 layers of 16mm gyprock / 1 hour fire
Fire resisting components of buildingSpec C3.15 of the BCA / AS 1530.4 / AS 4072.1
Heritage doorsTerm 4.02 of Council Order dated 28 March 2012 / 35mm thich tight-fitting self-closing solid core timber door containing smoke seals / AS 1530.7
Hose reel system27.2 of Ordinance 70 / AS 1221 / AS 2441
Lightweight fire resisting constructionSpec C1.8 of the BCA / AS 1530.4 / Term 4.05 of Council Order dated 28 March 2012 / manufacturer specifications
Mechanical air handling systemNSW Table E2.2b of the BCA
Portable fire extinguishersSpec E1.6 of the BCA / AS 2444
Smoke doorsTerm 4.01 of Council Order dated 28 March 2012 / 35mm thick tight-fitting self-closing solid core timber door containing smoke seals / AS 1530.7
Warning and operational signsSpec D2.23 of the BC
Single station photoelectric smoke alarms to self-contained units throughout the boarding houseLocated to Clause 3 of Spec E2.2a of the BCA 2015 / AS 3786-1993

ALBION HOUSE is a registered general boarding house under the Boarding Houses Act 2012

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