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Fire Fighter Appointment

This Fire Fighter Appointment Letter is required for employees who have been appointed to act as Fire Fighters in the workplace.


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Specifications

  • Formal letter of appointment
  • Customised to include company logo
  • Includes reference to relevant health and safety legislation
  • Includes explanation of legal appointment
  • Fire Fighter Appointment Letter Template
  • Item delivery: usually 1 - 2 working days

WHO NEEDS THIS LETTER?

This Fire Fighter Appointment Letter is required for employees who have been appointed to act as Fire Fighters in the workplace. They will be responsible for performing basic fire fighting functions in the event of a fire emergency occurring in the workplace.

WHAT IS THIS LETTER FOR?

This letter of appointment shows that a Fire Fighter has been appointed to perform basic fire fighting functions for any fire emergencies which occur in the workplace, according to the requirements of the OHS Act. The letter allows these persons to act under the authority of the 16(2) in order to attend to fire emergencies in the workplace.

WHY IS THIS LETTER IMPORTANT?

This letter shows that a person has been appointed to perform basic fire fighting functions in the workplace. This provides evidence to an inspector that a basic structure is in place to deal with any fire emergencies which might arise in the workplace. This letter is mandatory under section 9(2) of the Environmental Regulations for Workplaces of the OHS Act and its availability shows that the employer is complying with these Regulations in respects of this appointment requirement. 

VALIDITY

This letter needs to be signed by the 16(2) (as the appointer) and by the appointee, dated and kept on record where it can be accessible to an inspector. A time period must be included for the appointment. Each appointee must undergo accredited fire training in order to be competent to perform these duties.

HOW DOES THIS WORK AS A CONTROL MEASURE?

In the hierarchy of controls this letter forms part of the administrative control measures which should be in place to ensure that emergency measures are in place in the event of an emergency arising. This letter ensures that a responsible person is appointed to deal with any fire emergencies which arise within the workplace.


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