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.
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 in electrical room

Emergency light between 1st/2nd floor front steps

Exit light near directory/ beginning of main hallway

Emergency light near suite 102

Exit light over exit door end of hallway

Exit light at end of hallway

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

Elevator phone

Elevator phone-test to ensure monitoring company answers and gives location

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 outside second office past restrooms

Emergency light in back cubicle section

Exit light over Last office on left in hallway

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

2nd floor panel

Inspection to identify all fire hazards, obstacles in a evacuation route, and other in safe conditions.

Clear of all fire hazards, obstacles and he 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.