Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) documents that have a public or regulatory impact will be made available for public consultation for a period of not less than 28 days. FRNSW will endeavour to notify all key primary stakeholders of the opportunity to submit comments during this formal consultation period. Public comment is currently open on the following documents:
|Document name||Date published||Submissions close|
|No documents open for consultation||N/A||N/A|
All submissions must be received by the submission period closing date. To make a submission please download the submission template. Complete all relevant details and return your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions received may be made publicly available. If you do not want your personal details released, please indicate this clearly in your submission. Any specific information that you do not wish to be made available to the public should be clearly marked ‘In confidence'. Submissions are subject to all relevant laws such as the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998.
Note: If you would like to be advised when FRNSW releases a documents for public consultation, please subscribe to receive notifications.
Public consultation has been conducted and the submission period now closed on the following:
|Document name||Date closed||Submissions|
|Access for emergency vehicles and emergency service personnel||21/06/2019||Submissions being reviewed|
|Technical information sheet - Fire brigade booster connection with inlet insert||29/04/2019||No submissions received|
|Fire safety in waste facilities||01/03/2019||Submissions being reviewed|
|Technical information sheet - FRNSW compatible Storz hose connections||7/12/2018||View submissions and FRNSW response|
|Brochure - Hose connections on fire hydrant systems and fire sprinkler systems - A guide for owners and managers, fire system installers and maintainers, certifying and regulatory authorities||7/12/2018||No submissions received|
|Fire safety guideline - Emergency services information package and tactical fire plans||20/10/2017||View submissions and FRNSW response|