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Stolen Equipment

Important information has been supplied that indicate another round of thefts of Fire Sprinkler Inlets (FSI) couplings is happening in Auckland. At this stage thefts have been identified in Penrose and South Auckland.

The theft of these is a serious safety concern as in the event of a fire, Fire Fighters will not be able to boost these systems.

If you or your staff are visiting any buildings protected by Sprinkler and/or Hydrant Systems, can you carry out a visual check on these to identify any theft or tampering with the couplings.

Please report any thefts to FPANZ via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (0800) 037 269 so they can add it to their database and notify the Police and FENZ.

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Renew Registration

We have been advised that there are over 100 IPQ’s that have not renewed their registrations with Build Waikato this year.

You can check the register for any employees who may be due to renew on-line here: www.buildwaikato.co.nz/iqp-register

To remain on the IQP register for the next period, you will need to complete the online renewal form which can be accessed here: www.buildwaikato.co.nz/iqp-renewal-application

If you have any queries regarding your IQP registration, you can contact Build Waikato via email at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.