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Battery Room

  • Battery charging for MHE is undertaken in a well ventilated areas free of any combustible / flammable materials, generally speaking at least 2m away from combustible materials. Effective housekeeping is carried out in all areas where batteries are being charged. Is the area free from combustible material and is the area free from any issues?

Impairment form

  • The impairment form located on the Safety Management System must be utilised for any impairment of the fire alarm/detection system and fire suppression/sprinkler systems. Regular reviews of the use of the impairment process must be implemented as part of the H&S inspection regime using the mini audit KSR and toolkit process. Has the site had no requirement of use for the impairment process for the month?

Signage - Fire Exits Internal and External

  • Current legal directional escape signage is provided to allow means of escape from all areas of the site. Signs are maintained in good condition and can be read easily. A sign is visible indicating the required direction at all times. One sample area per month (1. Main building 1st floor, 2. CB, 3. Despatch, 4. Hall 1, 5. Hall 2, 6. Hall 3, 7. Manufacturing, 8. External, 9. Vehicle Workshop, 10. Uncured, 11. Engineering Workshop, 12. Security Hut)

Portable fire fighting checklist for powder and water

  • CHECKLIST FOR NORMAL SERVICE OF: STORED PRESSURE, FIELD REFILLABLE WATER - AFFF and DRY POWDER EXTINGUISHERS<br><br><br>INITIAL CHECKS TO ENSURE IT IS SAFE AND APPROPRIATE TO PROCEED<br><br>1 Check safety pin is present and securely fitted <br>2 Check the service label and manufacturers labels are legible <br>3 Establish type of service due i.e. normal, extended or overhaul (see note 1) <br>4 Check there are no obvious signs of damage or corrosion <br>5 Weigh extinguisher and compare details on service label <br>6 Check pressure is within the permitted range <br><br>DETAILED CHECKS FOR NORMAL SERVICE<br><br>7 Thoroughly examine extinguisher body externally for damage - corrosion <br>8 Invent extinguisher to check base externally for damage -<br>corrosion (see note 2) <br>9 For powder extinguishers , listen for movement of powder<br>when inverting (see note 3) <br>10 Examine operating and servicing instructions for legibility <br>11 Examine external condition of head cap (see note 4) <br>12 Check function of pressure gauge and affix coloured year dot <br>13 Remove safety pin <br>14 Check under operating lever for obstructions - damage <br>15 Replace safety pin <br>16 Remove discharge hose - nozzle <br>17 Replace ‘O’ ring with new ‘O’ Ring <br>18 Check male and female threads <br>19 Check bore of valve is clear <br>20 Check discharge path through hose - nozzle is clear (see note 5) <br>21 Check external condition of hose, nozzle, connector, ferrules <br>22 Refit hose - nozzle <br>23 Stow hose in stowage bracket - socket <br>24 Wipe extinguisher down with clean cloth <br><br>RECORDING AND COMPLETION OF SERVICE<br><br>25 Record details on service label: Date, Type of service, Next<br>service due, Weight, Initials - I.D. <br>26 Check condition of mounting bracket - stand at fire point <br>27 Return extinguisher to fire point <br> <br>Note 1<br><br>1-4 years from date of manufacture: normal service<br>5 years from date of manufacture: extended service including discharge test and normal service. 1-4 years from date of extended service: normal service<br>5 years from date of extended service: extended service including discharge test and normal service<br>Note 2<br><br>When examining the base of the fire extinguisher check thoroughly for any signs of corrosion developing behind the plastic skirt, if fitted.<br>Note 3<br><br>If necessary repeatedly turn extinguisher until satisfied powder is loose and free flowing<br>Note 4<br><br>If head cap is plastic, look for signs of degradation such as crazing, cracking, chalking or pitting<br>Note 5<br><br>Blow through the hose or nozzle assembly to check the discharge path is clear.<br>For hygiene reasons avoid direct contact between the mouth and the hose assembly.<br>

Portable fire fighting checklist for C02

  • CHECKLIST FOR NORMAL SERVICE OF: CARBON DIOXIDE EXTINGUISHERS<br><br><br>INITIAL CHECKS TO ENSURE IT IS SAFE AND APPROPRIATE TO PROCEED<br><br>1 Check safety pin is present and securely fitted <br>2 Check date of manufacture - last pressure test from details stamped on the body of extinguisher <br>3 Check there are no obvious signs of damage or corrosion <br>4 Check the distributor horn - hose is present and show no signs of damage <br>5 Check the service label is present and establish when last<br>serviced <br>6 Establish type of service due i.e. normal, extended or overhaul (see note 1) <br><br>DETAILED CHECKS FOR NORMAL SERVICE<br><br>7 Thoroughly examine extinguisher body externally for damage -<br>corrosion <br>8 Invert extinguisher to check base externally for damage -<br>corrosion (see note 2) <br>9 Examine operating and servicing instructions for legibility <br>10 Examine external condition of brass head and handles <br>11 Check vent holes in bursting disc plug are clear <br>12 Remove safety pin <br>13 Check under operating lever for obstructions - damage <br>14 Replace safety pin <br>15 Loosen grub screw if fitted and remove horn - hose assembly <br>16 Remove horn and elbow ‘o’ ring and replace with new ‘o’ ring <br>17 Check male and female threads <br>18 Check bore of valve is clear <br>19 Check discharge path through horn - hose is clear <br>20 Check external condition of hose - horn assembly <br>22 Check weight against gross weight stamped on body of extinguisher <br>23 Refit horn - hose assembly ensuring washer - O ring is in place <br>24 Tighten horn lock nut and tighten grub screw if fitted <br>25 Check horn can be moved between horizontal and vertical and holds its position <br>26 Stow horn - hose in correct position <br>27 Wipe extinguisher down with clean cloth <br> <br>RECORDING AND COMPLETION OF SERVICE<br><br>25 Record details on service label: Date, Type of service, Next service, Weight, Initials - I.D. <br>26 Check condition of mounting bracket - stand at fire point <br>27 Return extinguisher to fire point <br><br>Note 1<br><br>1-9 years from date of manufacture: normal service<br>10 years from date of manufacture: Pressure test required 1-9 years from last pressure test: normal service<br>10 years from last pressure test: Pressure test required<br>Note 2<br><br>If something rattles inside the extinguisher when it is invented or shaken this may indicate the syphon tube has become detached.<br>

Inspection Fire Exit C1

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit C2

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit C3

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit C4

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit C5

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit C6

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit M1

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit M2

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit M3

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit M4

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit M5

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit H1

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit H2

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit H3

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit H4

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit H5

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit D1

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit D2

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection Fire Exit D3

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit D4a Door next to shower

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Untitled Inspection Fire Exit D4b

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit D5

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit D6

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit D7

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit D8

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit D9

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit Canteen Main Entrance

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection Fire Exit Canteen Rear

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit Canteen Area

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection Fire Exit Kitchen

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door clear and unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

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Inspection R1

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection R2

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection R3

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection R4

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection R5

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Internal escape

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Uncured 1

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Uncured 2

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Uncured 3

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Uncured 4

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Uncured 5

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Uncured 6

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Uncured Rear R6

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Uncured Rear R7

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

  • Where a means of escape has an external fire escape route from a different floor the initial landing must have at least 1 metre landing (3 feet) before the beginning of the first step, is in good condition, and should be appropriately protected to prevent falls from heights. The route from the foot of the external Final Exit Fire Door to a final place of safety must be free from slip or trip hazards, unobstructed and free from vegetation. Where a step down from the external Final Exit Fire Door exceeds 170mm additional measures must be undertaken to ensure the free flow of escape. This may involve ramps, steps etc. Is this followed?

Inspection EW 1

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily

  • Is the door unobstructed

  • Does the door open in the direction of escape

  • Is there a break glass point adjacent to the door

  • Is the break glass point either obvious or a sign indicating it’s location

  • Is there a no break glass point adjacent to the door or is there one close by

  • Is there a fire extinguisher adjacent to the door or close by

  • Are fire extinguishers wall mounted or on a stand

  • Are fire extinguishers signed to indicate their usage

  • Is there a fire action notice adjacent to the door

  • Picture

Inspection EW 2

  • Location of final exit door

  • Is the fire door numbered

  • Is the fire door on map as the final exit

  • Maximum number of people using the exit

  • Is there an exit sign above the door

  • Is the sign illuminated by an emergency light or is it an intergrate sign

  • Is there one means of securing the door - excluding alarms

  • How is the door secured

  • Is the door mechanism appropriately signed

  • Is the door fitted with an alarm

  • Is the door fitted with an electronic securing device

  • Test the door - does it open readily