1. Inspect the electrical system for proper grounding:
This includes checking that all outlets are properly grounded, as well as any specialized equipment used in the facility.
2. Check cables, cords, and wiring:
All wires should be free from damage or signs of wear and tear. Any exposed wiring should be covered to protect against possible contact with water or other hazardous materials.
3. Inspect equipment and circuit breakers:
All electrical equipment should be inspected for signs of corrosion, wear, or defects. Circuit breakers should be tested to ensure they are functioning properly and tripping correctly when necessary.
4. Test all outlets:
Outlets should be tested for correct voltage and current. Any outlet that is not functioning correctly should be repaired or replaced immediately.
5. Inspect all lighting:
Lights should be inspected for proper operation and functionality, as well as any signs of a potential fire hazard (such as exposed wires).
6. Check GFCI outlets:
Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlets should be tested to ensure they are working properly.
7. Inspect fire protection systems:
Fire extinguishers and smoke detectors should be checked for proper operation and placement, as well as the condition of any other fire protection systems (such as sprinklers).
8. Check electrical panels:
Electrical panels should be inspected for any signs of damage or wear, as well as to make sure all connections are secure and organized.