General Company / Tenant Information

Name of Company / Tenant

Location / Building
Date & Time of Fire Safety Audit

Quarter of Audit

Facilities Photos
Previous Audits

Has the last audit findings been reviewed?

All prior corrective actions from previous incidents or audits have been completed.

General Requirements & Housekeeping (29 CFR 1910 Subpart D)

Each tenant is required to have a written emergency action plan and fire prevention plan (more than 10 employees),

Remove combustibles, trash and other debris from around the building's exterior.

Do not store ANY materials in the equipment rooms including mops, brooms, boxes, or any other combustible or flammable material.

Maintain two feet (2') of clearance between stored materials and the ceiling and eighteen inches (18") below sprinkler heads. Keep storage orderly, secure, and located so that exits from the building will not be blocked.

Repair holes in walls; replace ceiling panels and other breaches where portions of walls or ceilings have been damaged. This maintains the fire resistive integrity of your building's original construction.

Fire Extinguishers & Fire Protection Systems (29 CFR 1910 Subpart L)

A minimum of one (1) 2A10BC fire extinguisher is required for every tenant. One fire extinguisher may serve a maximum of 6,000 square feet and be spaced not more than 75 feet from any location in the business.

Fire extinguishers should be easily accessible, wall mounted between 3-5 feet from the floor.

Fire extinguishers must be tagged annually, after each use, and when the gauge indicates recharge by a licensed contractor.

No obstructions, including storage are allowed around standpipes, fire hose cabinets, sprinkler valves and hydrants.

If you are required to have a smoke detector, test it monthly and replace the batteries once a year.

Exits (29 CFR 1910 Subpart E)

Every exit will be clearly visible, or the route to it conspicuously identified in such a manner that every occupant of the tenant will readily know the direction of escape from any point.

The color and design of lettering, arrows and other symbols on exit signs shall be in high contrast with their background. Words on the sign shall be in block letters 6 inches in height with a stroke of not less than 3/4 inch.

Any doorway or passageway which is not an exit or access to an exit but which may be mistaken for an exit, will be identified by a sign reading "Not An Exit" or a sign indicating it actual use (i.e., "Storeroom"). A readily visible sign will mark exits and accesses to exits. Each exit sign (other than internally illuminated signs) will be illuminated by a reliable light source providing not less than 5 foot-candles on the illuminated surface.

Three feet (3') of clear space is required in front of every exit door. You may not obstruct the exit with storage, trash, shelves, cabinets or equipment.

Exit doors may not be equipped with any kind of deadbolt or latch that requires the use of a key or any special knowledge or effort to open the door.

All exit doors should be unlocked during normal business hours.

At no time will exits be blocked.

Flammable Liquids & Hazardous Materials (29 CFR 1910 Subpart H & Subpart N)

ALL excessive storage of flammable or combustible liquids must be removed from your business. You are only allowed to keep up to ten gallons (10 gal) for maintenance, operations, demonstration, and treatment.

Flammable and combustible liquids may only be dispensed from approved containers.

Compressed gas cylinders must be adequately secured to prevent them from falling or being knocked over. Each cylinder must be labeled with its contents.

Electrical Requirements (29 CFR 1910 Subpart S)

Extension cords cannot be used as permanent wiring. Only UL or FM listed fused/circuit breaker surge suppressors may be used for non-permanent appliances like calculators, desk lamps, typewriters, and computers.

Large fixed appliances like refrigerators, air conditioners, and other large equipment should not be used with extension cords and should be plugged directly into outlets.

Extension cords cannot be permanently attached to walls, floors, or ceilings.

No wiring or cords may extend through walls, ceilings, floors, or under doors.

Replace worn or frayed wires to minimize fire hazard.

Thirty inches (30") of unobstructed access area is required in front of electrical panels.

Miscellaneous Other Items & Photo(s)

Other Item(s)

Signature of Inspector / Tenant Representative
Tenant Representative
ARFF Inspector

ARFF Inspector's Notes

Date & Time of Inspection
Reviewed By:
Airport's Fire Chief
Next Fire Safety Inspection to be undertaken:
Select date