• Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

1st floor extinguishers

  • Elevator machine room

  • Near main lobby

  • Next to suite 102

  • End of hallway

1st floor exit/ emergency lights

  • Exit light over main entrance

  • Emergency light at front entrance

  • Exit light leading to side exit door

  • Exit light over side exit door

  • Emergency light between 1st/2nd floor front steps

  • Exit light near directory/ beginning of main hallway

  • Emergency light near suite 102

  • Exit light at end of hallway

  • Exit light over exit door end of hallway

  • Emergency light in rear stairwell between 1st/2nd floor

Elevator phone

  • Elevator phone

2nd floor fire extinguisher

  • Front lobby near reception desk

  • Kitchen

  • Rear exit

2nd floor exit/ emergency lights

  • Emergency light outside of elevator

  • Exit light outside of elevator

  • Exit light Inside suite 200 over front door

  • Emergency light near front reception desk

  • Exit light near near fire alarm panel

  • Emergency light on the wall closest to mayo rd.

  • Exit light near conference room

  • Emergency light near conference room

  • Exit light near men's bathroom

  • Emergency light near men's bathroom

  • Exit light from men's bathroom to leading to front lobby

  • Emergency light from men's bathroom to leading to front lobby

  • Emergency light near chuck paggioli's office

  • Emergency light in back cubicle section

  • Exit light over Dorothy Wilkes office

  • Emergency light on rear column next to electrical panels

  • Exit light in rear of space over electrical panel

  • Exit light over rear exit door

Fire alarm panels

  • 1st floor panel

  • 2nd floor panel

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