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 common area

Vestibule main lobby exit light

Main lobby exit light

Main lobby emergency light

Hall outside of bathroom exit light

Hall outside of bathroom emergency light

Men's bathroom emergency light

Woman's bathroom emergency light

Emergency light center of hall

Emergency light end of hall near suite 132

Exit light end of hall near suite 132

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Suite 119

Waiting room exit light

Waiting room emergency light

Phone treatment hall to waiting room

Extinguisher front hall

Emergency light over scale room

Exit light over scale room door

Emergency light in hall by reflection desk

Exit light in "T" hallway

Emergency light by outside door

Exit light before exit door

Fire extinguisher rear hall

Exit light over exit door

Emergency light rear hall

Exit light rear hall "L"

Emergency light rear hall

Emergency light side hall

Exit light side hall to waiting room

Suite 120

Emergency light front

Emergency light back

Exit light back

Fire extinguisher

Suite 121

Suite 126

Exit light

Emergency light

Suite 132

Exit light over door to hall

Fire extinguisher near front door

Emergency light by reception desk

Emergency light by network services

Fire extinguisher in network services

Emergency light hallway

Fire extinguisher in Kim Davidson's office

Exit light hallway

Fire extinguisher in in kitchen

Emergency light hallway

Extinguisher rear exit

Emergency light rear exit

Exit light rear exit

Fire extinguisher in copy/ print room

Emergency light in copy/ print room

Stairwells

Emergency light lobby stairwell ML/UL

Emergency light Libby stairwell LL/ ML

Exit light lobby stairwell LL/ML

Stairwell by 237 ML/UL emergency light

2nd floor common area hallway

Exit light near elevator

Emergency light hallway

Emergency light hallway

Emergency light hallway

Ladies restroom emergency light

Exit light near middle steps

Emergency light hallway

Emergency light end of hallway

Exit light end of hallway

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Fire extinguisher main corridor

Suite 212

Exit over door to hall

Emergency light

Suite 215/ 218

Exit light over entrance

Emergency light over entrance

Copy room emergency light

Front entrance fire extinguisher

218 entrance extinguisher

In between 215/218 extinguisher

Suite 223

Exit light over door to hall

Extinguisher near front door

Emergency light waiting area

Hallway emergency light

Exit light over back door

Fire extinguisher near rear door

Suite 231

Emergency light

Fire extinguisher

Lower level common area

Emergency light elevator lobby

Exit light in elevator lobby

Elevator machine room extinguisher

Electric room extinguisher

Electric room emergency light

Exit light over door closest to elevator in the vacant space

Fire extinguisher in the vacant space

Exit light over front door vacant space

Exit light over door to middle stairwell

Basement server room

Emergency light in small front room

Fire extinguisher in front of server room

Fire extinguisher in rear of server room

Exit light near front of server room

Emergency light on middle column

Exit/emergency light over rear door

Fire alarm panel

Fire alarm panel

Elevator phone

Elevator phone - check to ensure operator answers phone and gives location of building

Inspection to identify or fire hazards, obstacles in evacuation routes, and other unsafe conditions

Clear of all fire hazards, obstacles in 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.