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.

Common area fire extinguishers

Main entrance by suite 12

Main entrance near circle driveway

Middle entrance by suite 5

Main entrance by suite 1

Common area Emergency/ exit lights

Combo near door by entrance next to suite 1

Exit over door near suite 1

Combo near middle entrance door

Exit in main hallway near middle entrance

Exit over door leading out of suite 16

Exit over exterior door near suite 14 rear door

Exit over suite 14 door

Exit over suite 16 door

Exit over rear circle door

Combo near rear exit by circle

Emergency light in ceiling near suite 15

Exit near suite 15

Combo over entrance near suite 12

Suite 1

Extinguisher behind desk

Extinguisher near X-ray 1

2 Emergency lights

3 exit lights

Suite 2

2 extinguishers

2 exit lights

2 Emergency lights

Suite 3

2 extinguishers

3 exit lights

Extinguisher

Suite 5

Extinguisher front door

2exit lights

Suite 6

1 exit light

1 extinguisher

Suite 7

Fire extinguisher

3 exit lights

1 Emergency light

Suite 8

2 exit lights

1 extinguisher

Suite 9

2 exit lights

1 fire extinguisher

1 Emergency light

Suite 10

2 exit lights

1 fire extinguisher

Suite 11a-11b

4 exit lights

2 fire extinguishers

3 Emergency lights

Suite 12

Exit light

Fire extinguisher

Suite 13

2 exit lights

Fire extinguisher

Suite 14

7 exit lights

3 Fire extinguishers

Suite 15

3 exit lights

Fire extinguisher

Suite 16

4 exit lights

3 fire extinguishers

Suite 18

5 exit lights

2 extinguishers

1 Emergency light

Suite 20

2 exit light

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