Fire Fighting Equipment - Test & Tag

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Get a certificate for testing and tagging fire fighting equipment

Are you in need of Test & Tag Fire Fighting equipment certificate?

Fire fighting equipment in workplaces requires periodical testing by a competent person. Mandurah Safety & Training Services (MSTS) provides test and tag fire fighting equipment training that is designed to make you skilled in all aspects of testing and tagging fire fighting equipment.

If you’re interested in in gaining a test and tag ticket in Perth, then book with us. Bookings are essential as numbers are limited for each course. Contact our office today to reserve your seat.

Our courses

CPPFES2020A Conduct routine inspection and testing of fire extinguishers and fire blankets

CPPFES2010A Inspect and test fire hose reels


1 Day (8 hours) classroom time

1 hour self-paced pre-course reading and theory assessment


Public training is delivered at MSTS training facilities in Mandurah and Port Hedland.

Training can also be scheduled on client’s sites, subject to equipment requirements

Delivery and assessments:

  • Face-to-face Delivery (PowerPoint presentation)
  • Theory Assessment (closed book) and Practical Assessment
  • Self-paced pre-course reading and theory assessment

Certificate gained:

All successful applicants will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainments:

CPPFES2020A Conduct routine inspection and testing of fire extinguishers and fire blankets

CPPFES2010A Inspect and test fire hose reels


  • All learners must be able to read and comprehend English to a level that will enable them to safely perform duties as specified in the competency standard.
  • MSTS recognises that some learners may require more support to meet the requirements of the training course.
  • We will endeavour to meet these needs with regards to; language, literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Learners are encouraged, prior to commencing the course and where applicable, to complete an MSTS LLN analysis, which will assist the Trainer/Assessor to interpret individual skill level and manage this from the onset.

Learning outcomes

After successfully completing this course, applicants will have completed off-the-job training during which the following key theoretical and practical competencies were covered in relation to the testing of fire fighting equipment:

  • Inspection of Fire Extinguishers
  • Inspection of fire blankets
  • Inspection of fire hose reels
  • Servicing and Maintenance of Fire Protection Equipment
  • Mandatory Maintenance Records
  • BCA Fire Appliance requirements
  • Installation and servicing requirements
  • Legislation BCA and Australian Standards
  • Testing and tagging process
  • Documentation of testing activities