Complete management of Essential Safety Measures added to Airmaster’s service offering
Airmaster are excited to announce the launch of Airmaster Fire, a comprehensive Essential Safety Measures (ESM) solution that further complements Airmaster’s current range of products and services.
As one of Australia’s leaders in commercial HVAC&R service, maintenance and technical solutions, the addition of Airmaster Fire provides customers with an enhanced service offering, and consolidates Airmaster as a true end-to-end service and technical solutions provider.
Airmaster Fire will ensure buildings remain at the required operational level throughout their life, helping owners navigate through the complexities and multitude of ESM components, ensuring full compliance with Australian standards.
“Providing an Essential Safety Measures offering has been part of the Airmaster business strategy for a number of years”, said Noel Courtney, Airmaster CEO. “To launch Airmaster Fire as a new service is an exciting time for Airmaster and our customers, and in particular for the experienced team we have in place to deliver this,” he added.
Airmaster have appointed Simon Rickard as General Manager of Airmaster Fire, with Frank Saris appointed as National Operations Manager. Simon and Frank have over 65 years of combined experience in the Fire Services Industry across Australia and Europe.
“The existing systems and processes held by Airmaster have made it extremely seamless in bringing the Airmaster Fire service offering to market”, said Rickard. “We are excited by what we see ahead for our customers in ensuring compliant management of their Essential Safety Measures,” he added.
Airmaster Fire incorporates all aspects of Essential Safety Measures, including; Fire Sprinklers, Special Hazards, Portable Equipment, Alarm Systems and Passive Elements. In addition, consulting in areas such as Building Permits, Certifications and Audits complement the operational services.
For more information on Airmaster Fire, please contact your Airmaster Account or Branch Manager, or visit the Airmaster Fire page.