Audit

Part 1: Exit/ Fire Doors

Are there any exit doors?

Is the emergency exit clear from obstruction?

Can the exit door be opened in emergencies?

Part 2: Staircases

Are there any staircases?

Are the staircases landings clear from any obstruction and combustible material?

Below emergency staircase landings are free from illegal storage of materials?

Part 3: Corridors/Passageways

Is the clearance for internal passageway at least 1.5m wide?

Are the corridors and the passageways clear from obstruction?

Part 4: Fire Extinguishers

Are the Extinguishers placed appropriately and prominently below 1.5m?

Are the Extinguishers clear from obstruction?

Part 5: Hosereels

Are they free from obstruction and illegal storage?

Part 6: Exit signs

Is the exit sign visible and illuminated?

Part 7: Manual Call Point

Are they free from obstruction?

Part 8: Fire Detectors

Type of detectors

Is the detector head free from obstruction?

Is there a clearance space of 500 mm below the sprinkler head?

Part 9: Hydrant

Is the hydrant free from obstruction 1m around it?

Part 10: Fire hazards

Flammable/ explosive/ combustible substances put in proper places?

Is there vertical storage of goods up to the ceiling height?

Electrical risers, telephone risers and electrical switchboard compartments free from storage?

Is the fire engine accessway free from obstruction?

Part 11: Means of Escape

Is primary lighting provided to all internal and external escape routes?

Part 12: Travel Distance

Is the travel distance between remote corner to means of escape less than 25m?

Part 13: Other fire safety issues
Include other fire safety related issues here.

Fire Hazard

Part 14: Recommendations / Others
Place all recommendations within this section and label either urgent or non - urgent.

Area of improvement

Part 15: Signature of Area IC
Representative of Area I/C
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.