What is classified as an "A" class risk?
- A building 4 stories and above
- oil and gas installations and storage facilities
- special target risks involving a very high hazard industrial, commercial or life risks.
What is a "B" risk?
- Industrial buildings not specified in Class A
- Large shopping and commercial centres and supermarkets
- health care facilities, other than in category A
- Public buildings, grand stands, hotels and cinemas
What is a "C" risk?
- Residential buildings
- Small shopping and commercial buildings
- Small industrial or public buildings in isolation up to 150sqm
- Brush fence fires
- Vehicle fires
What is a reduced attendance?
- During the hours of 0800-1800 Mon-Fri, the response to "A" and "B" risk automatic alarms shall be reduced to a response of 2 appliances which have pumping capability
- Adelaide CBD will not have an aerial respond during reduced response hours. An aerial shall be responded to all "A" class risks outside this zone
Name 5 special risks in the Adelaide Metro Area?
- Airports - Raaf, Adelaide, Parafield
- Jails, Yatala, Northfields, Adelaide Remand Centre
- Fuel Depots
- M Berth
- High Pressure Pipelines
- Ship Fires
- power Stations
- Confined Spaces
What is the response to an "A" risk?
Report of fire (first alarm)
- 3 x appliances (min 2 x pumpers)
- 1 x aerial
- 1 x commander
- Second Alarm (Confirmed structure, special risks or ship fire - persons reported)
- 3 x appliances
- 1 x aerial
- BA/Hazmat Tender & ICV (Incident Control Vehicle)
- On Call commander 1 & 2
- On call ACFO
- On call Fire Investigator