Supervising Installer Status Listing Requirements

Such a company must have sufficient competent staff to approve and run their contracts but the requirement to run contracts outside their own contractual responsibilities is no longer required. This is based on the fact that no current listed Supervising Installer cannot do this.

Additional requirements are:


Installer Status Listing Requirements

This company must comply in most of the respects with a Supervising Installer but generally does not employ adequate staff to approve or run contracts outside their own contractual liabilities. Such companies must comply with the following:


Conditional Installer Status Listing Requirements

This company generally does not comply with the requirements of an Installer and is usually limited in abilities regarding design and interpretation of fixed fire protection requirements. Potential clients or users of the services of these companies must be aware of the limiting factors that move a company into this category. Such companies must comply with the following:


Provisional Installer

Although the ASIB makes every effort to thoroughly screen every new applicant, we cannot guarantee work from a company that we have little experience of, and have decided on a trial listing before any company moves to a more permanent level.
In addition to newly listed companies, any companies that have failed to submit any substantive work for inspection during the preceding year and up to five years of registration and have therefore failed to meet the requirements set out for their level of registration.
These companies are used at the sole discretion of the client and at their risk. Until such time as a proven track record is achieved, the company remains in this category.

Provisional Installer Status Listing Requirements:


Special Risks Listing

While we are aware that some Consultants and Engineers will punt systems that are unproven or insist systems installed in an incorrect application, the installer will not be held accountable by the ASIB for the installation of poor design as long as they can prove that they have advised their client correctly and their client has chosen to ignore good minimum advice.

The ASIB will not accept installers promoting systems or equipment that has not been tested and approved to a recognised international standard.

While a Special Risks Installer need not necessarily submit all work on the special risks installations for inspection, it is essential that the company submit designs and calculations for approval and comment. The submissions will determine the level of listing as a Special Risks Installer.


Supervising Special Risks Status Listing Requirements

Such a company must have sufficient competent staff to approve and run their contracts but the requirement to run contracts outside their own contractual responsibilities is no longer required.

Additional requirements are:
Have submitted for the current year the following:

Special Risks Installer Status Listing Requirements

Such a company must have sufficient competent staff to approve and run their contracts but the requirement to run contracts outside their own contractual responsibilities is no longer required.

Additional requirements are:
Have submitted for the current year the following:

Special Risks Conditional Installer Status Listing Requirements

Such a company must have sufficient competent staff to approve and run their contracts but the requirement to run contracts outside their own contractual responsibilities is no longer required.

Additional requirements are:
Have submitted for the current year the following:

Special Risks Provisional Installer Status Listing Requirements

Although the ASIB makes every effort to thoroughly screen every new applicant, we cannot guarantee work from a company that we have little experience of, and have decided on a trial listing before any company moves to a more permanent level.

In addition to newly listed companies, any companies that have failed to submit any substantive work for inspection during the preceding year and up to five years of registration and have therefore failed to meet the requirements set out for their level of registration.

These companies are used at the sole discretion of the client and at their risk. Until such time as a proven track record is achieved, the company remains in this category.

Such a company must have sufficient competent staff to approve and run their contracts but the requirement to run contracts outside their own contractual responsibilities is not required.

Additional requirements are:
Have submitted for the year of listing or previous year, the following:

Suppliers

There is an increased demand from industry in general, (our client base), insurers, installers and end users for a greater spectrum of the industry to be listed and regulated. In order to assist, the ASIB will be starting to list various suppliers which will include, but is not necessarily limited to, fabrication workshops, draughtsmen, consulting engineers and rational designers. All of these people are integral to the functioning of the industry.