Established in 2002

National Registered Training Organisation No. 6580

Australasian Fire and Safety (AFS) is a South Australian owned and based Fire & Emergency Training company established in 2002 servicing clients nationally.

Australasian Fire and Safety is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) . We are authorised to deliver, assess and issue nationally recognised qualifications as approved by training.gov.au

We are registered with and regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). It is the role of ASQA to monitor RTO’s and ensure each RTO is compliant with the quality standards for providing vocational education and training in Australia.


Offering a complete “Fire & Safety Management Program”

Australasian Fire and Safety offer a complete “Fire & Safety Management Program” designed to meet your training needs including nationally accredited training, documented evacuation procedures and plans, fire safety inspections, surveys and audits.

All training prepared and delivered by AFS is structured to meet our client’s requirements. AFS complies with State or Territory Work Health and Safety Regulations, Relevant Codes of Practice, Australian Standards or recognised Best Practices.


Training throughout South Australia

Australasian Fire and Safety trains throughout South Australia and our clients come from a variety of industries, government and non-government sectors including:

  • Construction
  • Defence
  • Education
  • Government (State & Local)
  • Healthcare
  • Mining
  • Manufacturing
  • Petrochemical
  • Property Management
  • Transport
  • Wine Industry

I have used AF&S to arrange both onsite and offsite training. They have been a pleasure to deal with administratively and we have received positive feedback from staff regarding the training provided.

Jeff most liked:

Involvement of all in attendance. Presentation was excellent.

Steve is an excellent trainer. Strongly recommended.

Emergency Warden course.

Julie most liked:

The course was delivered well with good interaction from group and trainer. Trainer had a friendly manner.

Emergency warden course.

Ray most liked:

Very clear and direct – good examples and easy to relate. Keep it up!

Emergency Warden course

Kristin most liked:

easy to follow – not too many words on presentation. Very engaging.

Emergency Warden Course.

This was a VERY informational course which I would HIGHLY recommend to others, for home or work use

(Emergency Warden course)

Australasian Fire & Safety are a very professional company and I have nothing but good things to say about them. All the staff are helpful and pleasant to deal with and always respond to queries in a very timely manner. I would recommend Australasian Fire & Safety to anyone looking to complete their training.

We have used Australasian Fire & Safety as our provider for fire warden training over the last 4 years. They have provided excellent training presenters, facilities and course content. Steve and his staff provide a great service and we will continue work with them for all our future needs would recommend them to anyone needing fire & safety training.

The Australasian Fire & Safety team has provided training to our organisation for many years. The training sessions are perfect overviews of the necessary detail required for our business needs. The sessions are extremely well structured, planned and focused with the instructor also managing to enlighten us with some humour which made the session interesting and understandable. I definitely feel confident in offering their service to clients.

Steve and his team are always a reliable source of information and AF&S is our preferred fire and safety training provider. Having conducted training for our student leadership team for the past few years I would highly recommend them. They are willing to go beyond usual training requirements, and tailor their services to our unique needs.

“The group very much enjoyed the professional, efficient and hands on training with Australasian Fire and Safety.”

1 hour Extinguisher training course. Nov 2017