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Fire Protection Specialists

With over 130 years of experience, Wormald is the specialist in fire safety in Australia.

Fire Protection Specialists

With over 130 years of experience, Wormald is the specialist in fire safety in Australia.

Procuring a Fire Protection Specialist

Procuring a Fire Protection Specialist

When it comes to fire protection equipment and systems, it can be challenging for procurement managers of national organisations. Not only do they need to consider the safety regulations in each state and territory, but they also need to ensure the equipment and systems are regularly inspected and maintained so they perform as intended in the event of a fire emergency.
Meet the team:  Helen McClinchie

Meet the team: Helen McClinchie

Helen migrated from New Zealand to Australia in 2004 following a career in forestry. She began her career at Wormald working in an administration role based in Albury, NSW which gave her a head start in the field. Today she is thriving as Wormald’s Service Operations Supervisor.
Meet the team:  Wormald’s Women in Fire

Meet the team: Wormald’s Women in Fire

International Women’s Day on March 8 is a time to celebrate the achievements of women and raise awareness against gender bias and equality. On the eve of International Women’s Day, we spoke to Wormald’s longest serving female technician, and two team members who have returned to Wormald after a period of maternity leave.
Addressing fire safety in aged care facilities during COVID-19

Addressing fire safety in aged care facilities during COVID-19

For Wormald, communication has played a key role in managing fire safety and compliance obligations for retirement and aged care facilities across Australia. Wormald has been working closely with facility managers in the aged care sector to ensure they comply with strict protocols while they continue to maintain essential services for fire protection systems.
NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Each year, events and activities are scheduled in each state and territory across Australia to recognise and support local Indigenous communities.