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‘To forever change safety in the World… One experience at a time’


This year Fire and Safety Australia celebrates 10 years in business from our start on 6th July 2007!

Over this time, we’ve trained tens of thousands of people in Emergency Response and Safety training and delivered tens of thousands of Emergency Services shifts across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

Starting out all those years ago with a passion for conducting memorable training and a big vision, we now employ more than 100+ people in all States of Australia and 2017 will see us continue to grow across Australia with exciting opportunities in front of us!

We are excited about FSA’s future both in 2017 and further and still strongly believe that our best years are still in front of us.

We are very proud of our National team as without a hardworking and dedicated team we cannot achieve anything of substance. We are excited by this team and our growth potential in 2017-2018 and beyond.

Happy 10 year anniversary to FSA!!!



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