Audit

Functional testing of emergency/exit lighting is conducted during a monthly inspection for not less than 30 seconds, except as otherwise permitted per NFPA 101 7.9.3.1(2)

Inspection of fire extinguisher includes checking that pin is still in place, seal isn’t broken, inspection tag isn’t past due, and tag is dated and signed by auditor.
2nd floor common area hallway

10 emergency lights

11 exit lights

3 fire extinguishers

Suite 2A AAGA
Greeter area

1 emergency light

Exit light over door

Waiting room

Exit light over door

2 Emergency lights

Patient care area

7 emergency lights

5 exit lights

3 fire extinguishers

Physicians hall

4 emergency lights

3 exit signs

2 fire extinguishers

Suite 2b administration offices

6 exit lights

1 fire extinguisher

emergency light front entrance

Emergency light rear entrance

Suite 2c Center for maternal and fetal medicine
Waiting room

2 exit/emergency lights

1 fire extinguisher

Patient hallway

Emergency light behind front desk

2 emergency/exit combos

2 extinguishers in hallway

Extinguisher in kitchen

Suite 2d center for maternal and fetal medicine
Waiting area

Fire extinguisher

Exit/ emergency combo

2d Hallway

3 emergency /exit combos

Exit light end of hallway

2 emergency lights

2 fire extinguishers

1st floor common area

3 exit lights

8 emergency lights

1 fire extinguisher

Freight elevator area 1st floor

Exit light

Suite 1A Maryland Center for Digestive Health
Lobby

2 emergency lights

1 exit light

Waiting area

3 exit lights

1 fire extinguisher

5 emergency lights

Procedure area

Emergency light

Emergency light

Emergency light

Suite 1B vacant space

2 emergency lights

1 exit light

Suite 1C anne arundel family eye care

2 exit lights

2 emergency lights

1 fire extinguisher

Corridor before entering Suite 1D

Fire extinguisher

Exit light

Suite 1D quest diagnostics

Emergency light

Lobby

Exit light

Emergency light

Fire extinguisher (serviced by fireline)

Patient area hallway

Fire extinguisher (serviced by fireline)

2 emergency lights

Exit light

Ground level common area hallway

8 exit lights

2 fire extinguishers

8 emergency lights

Ground level Employee locker room

2 exit lights

1 fire extinguisher

3emergency light

Employees garage

2 exit lights

2 emergency lights

Ground level delivery entrance

Exit light

Emergency light

Ground level main electric/ mechanical room

Fire extinguisher

3 emergency lights

Ground level elevator machine room for passenger elevator

Fire extinguisher

Ground level elevator machine room for freight elevator

Fire extinguisher

Ground level administrative records storage room

Fire extinguisher

Ground level communications office

Emergency light

Inspection to identify all fire hazards, obstacles in evacuation routes, and other unsafe conditions

Clear of all fire hazards, obstacles in evacuation routes, and other unsafe conditions

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.