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This checklist is to ensure fire prevention measures conform with the general fire prevention requirements found in OSHA standards

  • Is the local fire department acquainted with your facility, its location, and<br>specific hazards?<br>

  • Is the fire alarm system, is it tested at least annually?

  • Is the interior stand pipes and valves, are they inspected regularly?

  • Are fire doors and shutters in good operating condition?

  • Are fire doors and shutters unobstructed and protected against obstructions,<br>including their counterweights?<br>

  • Are automatic sprinkler system water control valves, air pressure, and water<br>pressure checked weekly or periodically?<br>

  • Has responsibility for the maintenance of automatic sprinkler systems been<br>assigned to an employee or contractor?<br>

  • Are sprinkler heads protected by metal guards?

  • Is proper clearance maintained below sprinkler heads?

  • Are portable fire extinguishers provided in adequate number and type?

  • Are fire extinguishers mounted in readily accessible locations?

  • Are fire extinguishers recharged regularly with the recharge date noted on an<br>inspection tag?<br>

  • Are employees periodically instructed in the use of extinguishers and fire protection procedures? <br>(NOTE: Use of fire extinguishers is based on company policy regarding employee fire fighting in your Emergency Action Plan and local fire code.)

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