Details of the specified systems (safety systems) must be provided with any building consent application where there are specified systems associated with the building. These details must include the performance standards and the proposed inspection, maintenance and reporting procedures for the specified safety systems in the building. If this information is not provided, the application for building consent will be incomplete and therefore cannot be lodged for processing.
- Complete in full, the appropriate form for each kind of specified systems relating to the building and attach the form to the Building Consent Application form.
- Remember to also attach a plan showing the location of each system.
Completing the forms
- To open the PDF documents you will need Acrobat Reader, which is available for free from the Adobe
- Either print the form and fill it in with a pen OR fill in the form on-screen and then print it.
To SAVE the completed form for your project records, use the following instructions
INSTRUCTIONS to Save
- File, Save As, then go to step 3; OR
- File, Print, then select CutePDF Writer (or Adobe PDF) as the Printer; then Print, then go to step 3
- Name the file. Use the project street name or the client’s name and the date, e.g., Anywhere St 2013-09-02
- Select the folder on your computer to save the file to
- Select Save
Automatic systems for fire suppression
Automatic or manual emergency warning systems
Access controlled doors
Interfaced fire or smoke doors or windows
Emergency lighting systems
Escape route pressurisation systems
Riser mains for use by fire services
Automatic back-flow preventers
Passenger carrying lifts
Escalators and moving walks (travelators)
Building maintenance units providing access to exterior and interior walls of buildings
Laboratory fume cupboards
FM radio frequency systems and infrared beam transmission systems
Mechanical smoke control
Natural smoke control
Emergency power systems
Signs in relation to any specified systems 1 – 13
Systems for communicating spoken information intended to facilitate evacuation
Fire separations (as defined by the Building Code)
Signs for communicating information intended to facilitate evacuation