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Fire Extinguisher Inspection

Click "Add Fire Extinguisher" to list equipment available in the area. You may add multiple items.

Fire Extinguisher
Fire Extinguisher Information

Location of Extinguisher

Serial No. of Extinguisher

Manufacture Date
Expiry Date

Type of Fire Extinguisher

Size (KG)

Rating

Fire Extinguisher Inspection

1. Has a valid maintenance tag

2. Mounted in an easily accessible place, no debris or material stacked in front of it.

3. Safety pin is in place and intact. Nothing else should be used in place of the pin.

REFERENCE: Safety pin is in place and intact
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

pin reference.jpg

4. Label is clear and extinguisher type and instructions can be read easily.

5. Handle is intact and not bent or broken.

6. Pressure gauge is in the green and is not damaged or showing “recharge”

7. Discharge hoses/nozzle is in good shape and not clogged, cracked, or broken

8. Extinguisher was turned upside down at least three times (shaken) to make sure it is full.

9. Location of extinguisher is easily identifiable by signs

10. Dust and wipe down the extinguisher

11. Annual maintenance tag is signed and dated

Take a photo of the annual maintenance tag

Overall condition of fire extinguisher

Completion

Write down observations

State recommendations about the inspections here

Name and Signature of Inspector

Monthly Fire Extinguisher Inspection Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 920

This template is used to conduct a fire extinguisher inspection every 30 days to determine if the equipment meets the standards and safety measures for any emergency purposes. The auditor would initially check for fire extinguisher types (ABC, BC, A, D or K), inspection tags, seals, labels and extinguisher validity. Next will be the key steps on how to accurately inspect the extinguisher to identify and annotate defects.

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Monthly Inspection

Fire Extinguisher Inspection

Click "Add Fire Extinguisher" to list equipment available in the area. You may add multiple items.

Fire Extinguisher
Fire Extinguisher Information

Location of Extinguisher

Serial No. of Extinguisher

Manufacture Date
Expiry Date

Type of Fire Extinguisher

Size (KG)

Rating

Fire Extinguisher Inspection

1. Has a valid maintenance tag

2. Mounted in an easily accessible place, no debris or material stacked in front of it.

3. Safety pin is in place and intact. Nothing else should be used in place of the pin.

REFERENCE: Safety pin is in place and intact
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

pin reference.jpg

4. Label is clear and extinguisher type and instructions can be read easily.

5. Handle is intact and not bent or broken.

6. Pressure gauge is in the green and is not damaged or showing “recharge”

7. Discharge hoses/nozzle is in good shape and not clogged, cracked, or broken

8. Extinguisher was turned upside down at least three times (shaken) to make sure it is full.

9. Location of extinguisher is easily identifiable by signs

10. Dust and wipe down the extinguisher

11. Annual maintenance tag is signed and dated

Take a photo of the annual maintenance tag

Overall condition of fire extinguisher

Completion

Write down observations

State recommendations about the inspections here

Name and Signature of Inspector