ABOUT US

With 30 years experience in Fire Services across Australia our team has managed to blend a methodical, scientific yet practical approach to ACP inspection, identification and rectification to meet the requirements of Government agencies and Insurance Companies. Cladding Compliance Australia is committed to providing our customers with unparalleled technical knowledge and efficient service.

Our Fire Engineering consultants currently work within the Emergency Service framework which enables them to have a comprehensive understanding of regulatory and legislative requirement.

Cladding Compliance Australia Cladding tests are conducted by a NATA certified laboratory that is recognised by the Insurance Council of Australia. 

It’s this combination of industry experience, education and expertise that makes Cladding Compliance Australia a safe choice.

OUR MISSION
The welfare, safety and livelihood of the public is of our utmost concern. Cladding Compliance Australia will reduce the likelihood of any further damage to life and property due to combustible Aluminium Composite Cladding. We understand that the transition from ‘identification’ to ‘rectification’ will be difficult and that is why we will be there every step of the process to ensure a safe, complaint and economical outcome.

Cladding Compliance Australia’s core business is to mitigate or eliminate the risk of catastrophic fire events and to ensure building owners are compliant with Government regulations and Insurance Company requirements.

OUR OBJECTIVES

The concerns with Aluminium Composite Cladding (ACP) relate to multi-storey buildings and the potential for rapid vertical fire spread via the facade or external wall. The use of these facade materials has the potential to affect the safety of building occupants and the public.

ACP has been identified Australia wide and there is an increasing concern that these products present a fire risk and do not comply with Australian standards. Cladding Compliance Australia has created a 4 stage process that aims to:

Identify: Identify if ACP is present and determine its combustibility.

Rectify: Through alternate fire solutions or a complete facade refurbishment the fire risk will be mitigated.

Comply: Once the rectification stage is complete a Certificate of Compliance will be issued to provide to Legislative bodies and the Insurance Companies.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US

ABOUT US

With 30 years experience in Fire Services across Australia our team has managed to blend a methodical, scientific yet practical approach to ACP inspection, identification and rectification to meet the requirements of Government agencies and Insurance Companies. Cladding Compliance Australia is committed to providing our customers with unparalleled technical knowledge and efficient service.

Our Fire Engineering consultants currently work within the Emergency Service framework which enables them to have a comprehensive understanding of regulatory and legislative requirement.

Cladding Compliance Australia Cladding tests are conducted by a NATA certified laboratory that is recognised by the Insurance Council of Australia. 

It’s this combination of industry experience, education and expertise that makes Cladding Compliance Australia a safe choice.

OUR MISSION
The welfare, safety and livelihood of the public is of our utmost concern. Cladding Compliance Australia will reduce the likelihood of any further damage to life and property due to combustible Aluminium Composite Cladding. We understand that the transition from ‘identification’ to ‘rectification’ will be difficult and that is why we will be there every step of the process to ensure a safe, complaint and economical outcome.

Cladding Compliance Australia’s core business is to mitigate or eliminate the risk of catastrophic fire events and to ensure building owners are compliant with Government regulations and Insurance Company requirements.

OUR OBJECTIVES

The concerns with Aluminium Composite Cladding (ACP) relate to multi-storey buildings and the potential for rapid vertical fire spread via the facade or external wall. The use of these facade materials has the potential to affect the safety of building occupants and the public.

ACP has been identified Australia wide and there is an increasing concern that these products present a fire risk and do not comply with Australian standards. Cladding Compliance Australia has created a 4 stage process that aims to:

Identify: Identify if ACP is present and determine its combustibility.

Rectify: Through alternate fire solutions or a complete facade refurbishment the fire risk will be mitigated.

Comply: Once the rectification stage is complete a Certificate of Compliance will be issued to provide to Legislative bodies and the Insurance Companies.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US