Ensure that emergency exits are marked and unobstructed, with working locks and lighting.
2. Firefighting Equipment:
Check to ensure fire extinguishers are available and in good condition, with tags indicating their expiration date.
3. Electrical System:
Inspect the electrical wiring system of the truck to ensure it is in good condition and compliant with local fire regulations.
4. Heating/Cooking Equipment:
Ensure that all heating/cooking equipment is in proper working order, with proper ventilation and no combustible materials nearby.
Make sure that any combustible materials such as fuel tanks and cooking oil are stored away from open flames or heat sources.
6. Fire Detection and Alert System:
Install smoke detectors and fire alarms if needed, with a reliable alert system to ensure people are notified in case of an emergency.
7. Fire Suppression System:
Have a fire suppression system installed for added protection in case of a fire.
8. Proper Training:
Provide necessary training to all employees on fire safety protocols and procedures.
9. Regular Inspections:
Ensure regular inspections are conducted to identify any potential hazards or violations of fire regulations.