1. Fire Protection Systems
Inspect fire protection systems such as smoke detectors, fire alarms, and sprinklers to ensure they are all in working order.
2. Electrical Systems
Assess the condition of the electrical system including outlets, wiring, circuits, and switches to make sure they are up-to-date with safety standards.
3. Structural Integrity
Examine walls, ceiling tiles, support beams, and other structural components for signs of wear or damage that could put occupants at risk.
4. HVAC System
Check the heating and cooling systems to ensure they are functioning properly and delivering adequate air circulation throughout the building.
5. Emergency Preparedness
Confirm that the building has an up-to-date emergency evacuation plan in place and that it is regularly practiced.
6. Exit Routes
Make sure all exit routes are well-lit, clearly marked, and free of obstructions so occupants can escape safely in the event of an emergency.
7. Security Systems
Test security systems such as locks, cameras, sensors, and other devices to ensure they are functioning properly and providing sufficient protection for the building.
8. Building Exterior
Inspect the exterior of the building for signs of damage or deterioration that could compromise its structural integrity.
9. Occupant Safety
Check any safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and first aid kits to make sure they are in good working order and up-to-date.