QUARTERLY EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSPECTION REGISTER

  • AREA

  • 2017

  • NOTE: Do not "tick", Write OK or use the number of the specific deviations given in the legend. Indicate the deviation in the "Check" column and the action to be taken in the "action" column by number code as indicated under "Corrective Action" below.

  • Department/Area:

  • Schedule of Checks

  • What to do?

  • BATTERY CHECK:

  • 1.1 Water-Low

  • 1.2 Dry cells

  • 1.3 Voltage-low

  • EMERGENCY GENERATOR

  • 2.1. Stationary elements is not working

  • 2.2 Oil level-low

  • 2.3 Water level-low

  • 2.4 Battery is not charging

  • 2.5 Noise is abnormal

  • 2.6 Condition of belts poor

  • 3. Emergency lighting does not comply with required lux levels

  • 4. Emergency lighting not being activated within 15 secs.

  • 5. Emergency lighting will not last long enough to ensure safe evacuation of indoor workplaces (20 minutes)

  • 6. Emergency lighting is not kept in good and clean working order or tested for efficient operations.

  • Date of Inspection:

  • Inspector Signature:

  • Spot check/audit (Date and Initial)

  • Check only

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