Fire Equipment Maintenance


CFA has professionally trained volunteer firefighters to install and service portable fire equipment to relevant Australian standards and building regulations for the public, business, and industry.

Common range of fire extinguishers 


A network of approximately 300 CFA brigades deliver fire equipment maintenance (FEM) across the state. Our brigades can offer a fully accredited and professional service to you, your business or industry.


We can provide:

  • Maintenance of the full range of fire extinguishers, fire hose, fire hose reels and fire blankets.
  • Installation of approved portable fire equipment
  • An extensive range of portable fire equipment products at competitive rates for purchase
  • Professional and quality service as required under the Essential Services provisions.
  • By selecting a CFA brigade to maintain your fire equipment, any revenue generated assists the local brigade in supporting your community

Contact Fire Equipment Maintenance team

To organise FEM Servicing or Sales please contact our Client Services Team on 1300 363 661 who will put you in contact with your local FEM Servicing Brigade or email

Or you can send us a message us via the FEM Enquiry form


Building Essential Fire Safety Measures Factsheets

Picture of the Essential Safety Measures factsheet

Essential Safety Measures (PDF 740KB)

Picture of Exit Signs and Emergency Lighting Factsheet

Exit Signs & Emergency Lighting (PDF 243.6KB)

Picture of the Fire Blankets Factsheet

Fire Blankets (PDF 278.2KB)

 Picture of the Fire Extinguishers Factsheet

Fire Extinguishers (PDF 784.9KB)

 Picture of the Hose Reels Factsheet

Fire Hose Reels (PDF 273.3KB)

 Picture of the Fire Hydrants Factsheet

Fire Hydrants (PDF 387.6KB)


Have your say - builders and plumbers

The Department of Transport and Planning (DTP) is developing mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements for registered builders, and licensed and registered plumbers.

A Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) and proposed Regulations have been prepared outlining three options for introducing CPD requirements in Victoria.

If you are a registered or licensed practitioner, please visit the Engage Victoria website to find out more and provide your views on options for a CPD framework in Victoria.

Public consultation closes at 5pm, 26 April 2024.

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 If you have any questions about the CPD project, please contact



Page last updated:  Friday, 1 March 2024 1:25:49 PM