Name of Airport?
What is the Airport ARFF Index?
What is the Airport Classification?
Does the proposed ARFF station provide adequate space for ARFF personnel, vehicle, equipment, and their related functions as prescribed by FAR 139.317 for certification?
Does the department provide EMS service?
Is a bay needed for over-head vehicle servicing?
Meets vehicle configuration (L/H/W) according AC 150/5210-15 Appendix A
Free personnel access from all interior / exterior access points.
Side by side parking versus tandem parking
Drive through bays
6 feet between vehicles walls and storage areas.
8 feet between vehicles parked side by side.
5 feet between vehicle parked end to end.
5 feet between the vehicle and apparatus bay doors
7 feet between the top of vehicle platform and ceiling.
10 square feet of Personal Protection Equipment Storage.
Is 10% of space allocated for additional apparatus bay storage?
Are lighting levels provided per AC 150/5210-15, Chapter 3?
Are electrical outlets provided 18" - 24" above the floor and spaced at 8 feet intervals?
Are retractable electrical reels provided that service vehicle electrical systems?
Conduit should be provided to allow for future expansion
Is a vehicle exhaust extraction system provided and vented to the outside?
Are carbon monoxide detectors installed to sense CO in living quarters?
Are walls designed for easy cleaning and low maintenance?
Is an over-head hoist provided?
Is the over-head hoist a minimum 1 ton rated device?
Has a vehicle water re-supply connection been provided (AC 150/5220-4)
Is a utility room provided with a deep slope sink, hot / cold water outlets, and mop wriner?
Is the utility room provided at least 64 - 100 square feet in size?
Is a compressed air supply capable of supplying a minimum of 120 psi available to maintain vehicle air supply system?
Is a foam agent recharging capability provided? Is it a overhead system or a transfer pumping system?
Are apparatus bay doors a minimum 16 X16 feet?
Is the maximum time to raise apparatus bay doors 16 seconds?
Are doors remotely operated from the alarm / watch room?
Is each door provided with a separate electrical operating control switch located adjacent to the door?
Are doors provided with a manual pull chain in the event of electrical system or switch failure?
Is each apparatus / bay door provided with a manual over-ride?
Are doors equipped with adjustable timers designed to close to prevent energy loss?
Are automatic door retractors provided on each door?
Are electrical "eye beams" installed to reverse door closing? Are they correctly mounted and do they function properly to preclude equipment or personnel injury?
Are apparatus bay doors insulated and provided with weather stripping?
Are doors equipped with windows? If windows are installed, are they tempered safety glass, and shatter proof?
Are floor surfaces resilient to various liquids? Are they smooth surfaced and easy to clean?
Are floors designed to support current and future vehicle weight and footprints?
To prevent injury are adjacent room floors on the same level plane as the apparatus floor?
Do floors have a minimum 1 inch (2.5 cm) to 10 feet (3M) slope to a center line transverse drain collection point?
Is the apparatus floor provided with a traverse drain heavy gauge cover, sediment / grease trap?
Does the apron / driveway have direct access to the aircraft movement area?
Does the apron area have exterior hose bibs with garden hose connections?
Are fire hydrants adjacent to the ARFF Station?
If wall hydrants are provided, are they corrected labeled?
Are pedestrian / vehicle traffic warning lights installed for location where traffic crosses the apron?
Is the apron operating surface large enough to allow the longest vehicle access to any apparatus bay?
Is the apron at least 28 feet wide?
Is the apron length at least 1.5 times the longest vehicle lenght?
Are they tapered to not less that 28 feet for multi-vehicle stations?
Are they tapered to not less than 12 feet for single-vehicle stations?
Is the apron strength that same as the apparatus bay?
Gradient - Is the apron slope a minimum of 2 - 4 degrees and is it directed away from the apparatus bays?
Marking - Is the floor and apron striping provided? Is it at least 1.5 times the vehicle length for the apron?
Lighting - Is exterior lighting provided? Is it mounted to prevent view obstruction?
Apron Canopy - Is an apron canopy provided?
Are concrete bollards provided on each side of bay doors to prevent structural damage from backing vehicles?
Is a room dedicated for the servicing and repair of SCBA and Fire Extinguishers?
Is the room provided with storage cabinets and a workbench to perform tasks and store materials and parts?
Is the space a minimum of 200 square feet?
Is an air filtration system available for re-servicing of SCBA?
Is an air compressor provided?
Is a cascade system used?
Are all components properly marked with labels / placards or signs that identify nomenclatures?
Are tags and warning labels affixed to equipment for safety operations?
Is a separate room provided for an emergency generator?
Is the generator of sufficient size to support all essential services?
Is the room equipped with an exterior access for maintenance and repair work?
Is the fuel supply sufficient to operate the generator under maximum load for a minimum 7 day period?
Is the room enclosed by fire rated walls and ceiling?
Speakers for alarm notification announcements?