• FSC/API_2018 -

  • Inspection Location

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Part 1: Exit/ Fire Doors

  • Are there any fire rated doors?

  • Does the fire rated exit door swing in direction of egress?

  • Is the fire rated door fitted with door closer?

  • Is the fire rated exit door in closed position?

  • Is the fire rated exit door locked?

  • Is the emergency exit clear from obstruction?

Part 2: Staircases

  • Are there any staircases?

  • Are the staircases landings clear from any obstruction and combustible material?

  • Below emergency staircase landings are free from illegal storage of materials?

Part 3: Corridors/Passageways

  • Is the clearance for internal passageway at least 1.5m wide?

  • Is the clearance between aisles/shelves at least 1.0m wide?

  • Are the corridors and the passageways clear from obstruction?

Part 4: Fire Extinguishers

  • Are the Extinguishers placed appropriately and prominently?

  • Are the Extinguishers clear from obstruction?

  • Are the extinguishers below 1.5m height

  • Is the fire extinguisher serviced annually?

Part 5: Hosereels

  • Are the hosereels working (shooting distance min 6m)? (Require technician assistance)

  • Is the nozzle and hoses in working order?

  • Are they free from obstruction and illegal storage?

  • Is the control valve working? (Require technician assistance)

  • Is the hosereel control valve locked and strapped at 'OPEN' position?

Part 6: Exit signs

  • Is the exit sign visible?

  • Is the exit sign illuminated?

  • Is the exit directional sign adequate?

Part 7: Manual Call Point

  • Are they free from obstruction?

  • Is the alarm maintained?

  • Is it located 1.4 m above the floor?

Part 8: Heat/Smoke Detector

  • Are there any heat/smoke detectors?

  • Are they free from obstruction?

  • Is there a clearance space of 500 mm below the detector?

Part 9: Sprinklers

  • Are there any sprinklers?

  • Is the sprinkler head free from obstruction?

  • Is there a clearance space of 500 mm below the sprinkler head?

Part 10: Hydrant

  • Is the hydrant free from obstruction?

  • Is the pit cover free from obstruction?

Part 11: Fire hazards

  • Are there flammable/ explosive/ combustible substances?

  • State of the substance?

  • Does it fall within the Minor Storage limit? <br>(Cat I - <23DegC, BP<35DegC = 10L)<br>(Cat II - <23DegC, BP>35DegC = 20 L)<br>(Cat III - >23DegC, <60DegC = 50 L)<br>(Cat IV + Mixed - >60DegC, <93DegC = 50 L)

  • Spill kit made available on site?

  • Away from possible ignition source?

  • Is there vertical storage of goods up to the ceiling height?

  • Electrical risers, telephone risers and electrical switchboard compartments free from storage?

  • Boundary fence/wall free from obstruction and storage?

  • Is the fire engine accessway free from obstruction? (4m for offices, 6m for warehouses)

Part 12: Means of Escape

  • Is escape lighting installed?

  • Is primary lighting provided to all internal and external escape routes?

  • Is the travel distance between remote corner to means of escape less than 25m (one-way)?

  • Is the travel distance between remote corner to means of escape less than 60m (two-way)?

Part 13: Containment - Compartmentation

  • Is the building adequately sub-divided with fire-resisting construction into compartments and sub-compartments, to inhibit the spread of fire within it?

  • Are the constructed partitions accompanied with approved QP drawings?

Part 15: Recommendations / Others

  • Place all recommendations within this section and label either urgent or non - urgent.

  • Recommendation #
  • Area of improvement

Part 16: Review Date

  • Date of review:

Part 17: Signature of Area IC

  • Representative of Area I/C

  • Representative of Area I/C

  • Representative of Area I/C

  • Facilities Management Rep

  • WSH Personnel

  • Briefing photo (if any)

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