Automatic Doors Inspection and Service

13 Nov 2020


Automatic Doors Inspection and Service

The minimum standards for periodic maintenance and inspection for the Auto Doors and associated equipment is to be undertaken within a four (4) month period from the date of commencing this contract as specified in the following Australian Standard AS 5007 – 2007.  This inspection will be undertaken by UGL.


Date: Please see attached schedule – 2020 Automatic Doors.

When: Between 6:00am and 3:00pm (refer to the attached program)

Work Details

  • Visually inspect all sensors and sample points for any condition, which is likely to adversely affect their operation, such as excessive sunlight or fluorescent lighting. Isolate equipment to allow safe access to carry out mechanical and electrical inspection and servicing of equipment. 
  • Check the operation of the installed operator and detectors.
  • Check the operation of all ancillary control facilities and ensure that each control device can be correctly initiated according to its intended function
  • Check operation of all manual call points. Check all power supply by disconnecting all power to operator, including the age and efficiency of the battery back-up supply.
  • Visually inspect control indicating equipment for evidence of deterioration
  • Check for any building, alterations, changes in environmental conditions or utilization of the protected are, which would necessitate modification to the detection or operating systems.
  • Complete service report for each piece of equipment.  Service report will detail finding and any work and adjustments that have been carried out as well as any repairs that need to be completed.
  • Equipment will only be returned to service if deemed safe for continued use.


PF Assist

UGL: Douglas Davidson/ Aaron Little

St Lucia Campus – Precinct 1: Rion Senior

St Lucia Campus – Precinct 2: Jeremy Moynihan

St Lucia Campus – Precinct 3: Craig Schaumburg

St Lucia Campus – Precinct 4: Robert Dore

Gatton: Scott Lennon

Remote Sites: Steve Lawler


We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding during this time.

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