OH&S Tested & Managed
The intelligent Key Control System with Alcohol Testing ensures employers can execute workplace OH&S Standards.
The AlcoSense AccessPoint alcohol breathalyser is integrated with the highly secure Creone Keybox Electronic Key Cabinets. This key management system provides access control functionality and controls the release of keys by using a simple breath alcohol test. It ensures drivers or operators of dangerous equipment or machinery must pass an alcohol test. This system provides employers with a duty of care to employees and the public. It is cost effective and provides optimum results.
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Onsite BCA & NCC compliant reporting & surveys
Aus Lock & Safe provides onsite Building Codes of Australia (BCA) and National Code of Construction (NCC) compliant reporting and surveys of commercial buildings for checks on:
- Door Closers
- Door Locks
- Locks for Internal Exits
- Locks for External Exits
- External Fire Doors
We ensure that your current security system complies with the necessary codes and regulations or determine whether it needs replacing. We take note of your existing key systems to ensure an efficient and cost effective approach is taken.
Our professional technicians are fully trained in BCA and NCC applications, ensuring prompt and compliant installation. Aus Lock & Safe are fully covered with public liability insurance for works required on commercial buildings.
We provide job safety analysis reporting for commercial work when requested by the client. Our professional and practical approach to meet all the governed codes and regulations provide the client with the best cost effect solution for their needs.
What is the National Construction Code of Australia?
The National Construction Code of Australia (NCC) is a set of technical provisions for the design and construction of buildings and other structures throughout Australia. The aim of the NCC is to provide acceptable standards of structured, sufficiency, safety, sustainability, health and amenity within buildings for the benefit of the community. The NCC comprises the Building Code of Australia (BCA, now the ABC). For more information on the National Construction Code of Australia.
Building Codes Australia 2013 Part D2.21 Operation of Latch
Apply to new builds after 05/2013
a. A door in a required exit, forming part of a required exit or in the path of travel to a required exit must be readily openable without a key from the side that faces a person seeking egress, by –
i. A single hand downward action on a single device (lever with return, 35-45mm clearance) which is located between 900mm and 1100mm from the floor and if serving an area required to be accessible by Part D3; or
ii. A single hand pushing action on a single device which is located between 900mm and 1200mm from the floor
The requirement of lever action door handles at exit doors or suitable push to exit controls will allow people with dexterity impairment to egress the building in a safe and dignified manner.
What are your OH&S obligations?
The current standards state that a required exit must be readily openable without a key having a single hand downwards or pushing action on the inside on a single device and all fire exit doors are to be opening outwards. This applies to all building except sole occupancy unit with a floor area not more than 200 sqm in a class 5,6,7,8 building.
We're happy to visit on site to complete our free on site assessment.
Call (03) 9315 5900.