The monthly duress alarm test is to be completed by designated FSSO in order to meet the legislative requirements of Mater Heath Services under the Building Act 1975, Fire and Rescue Services Act 1990 and the Building Fire and Safety Regulation 2008.
FSSO are accountable and responsible for designated area per the work instruction (WI-IID-200009). Audit to be completed and sent to the a Security Manger within designated time periods.

1.0 Previous Audit

1.1 Has the last audit been reviewed and all outstanding actions completed?

2.0 Duress Alarms







L7A - ICU Reception

L7A - Staff Base

L7 - CCU Reception

L7 - CCU Staff Base


L6 - Pathology Reception

L6 - Pathology East

L6 - Pathology West

L6 - Pathology Portable 1

L6 - Pathology Portable 2

L6 - Pathology Portable 3

L6 - Pathology Portable 4

L6 - Pathology Portable 5

L6 - Pathology Portable 6

L5 - Theatres Reception

L5 - Day Unit Reception

L5 - Pre-procedure Hold Desk

L5 - Day Surgery

L4 - ED Reception

L4 - Triage

L4 - Staff Base

L4 - Fast Track x 2

L4 - MAPU x 2

L4 - X-ray

L4 - MRI Reception

L4 - Outpatients (QPSC)

L3 - Outpatients Clinic Reception

L2 - Outpatients Clinic Reception

L2 - Allied Heath Reception

L2 - Admin Main Reception x 2

L2 - Audiology and a Speech Pathology Reception 1

L2 - Teleservices

L2 - Switchboard - Kitchen

L2 - General Cashier x 2

L2 - Switchboard - Back Office

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.