Title Page

  • Client / Site

  • Reference Number

  • Conducted on

  • Inspected by

  • Location

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]

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  • 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


  • Write down observations

  • State recommendations about the inspections here

  • Name and Signature of Inspector

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