1. Fire Detection
This includes checking the fire detection systems, such as smoke detectors and heat sensors, to make sure they are functioning correctly.
2. Fire Suppression Systems
Checking the fire suppression systems to ensure that all components are working properly and that there is no damage or wear on hoses or piping.
3. Emergency Lighting
Making sure that emergency lighting systems are operational in case of a power failure and can illuminate exit routes.
4. Electrical System Inspection
Inspecting the electrical system for any potential hazards such as frayed wires, overloaded circuits, etc., which could cause a spark or start an electrical fire.
5. Building Safety Evaluation
A comprehensive evaluation of all building safety features, such as fire doors and windows, to ensure that they are properly installed and functioning correctly.
6. Fire Extinguishers
Checking the extinguishers to make sure they are in good working order, fully charged, and accessible if needed.
7. Emergency Plans
Ensuring that emergency plans are up-to-date and easily understandable by staff in case of an emergency.
8. Fire Drills
Running regular fire drills to make sure that the staff is familiar with the emergency plans and protocols.