Have you developed an emergency action plan?
Have emergency escape procedures and routes been developed and communicated to all employees?
Is the employee alarm system that provides warning for emergency action recognizable and perceptible above ambient condition?
Are alarms properly maintained and tested?
Is the emergency action plan reviewed and revised periodically?
Do employees know their responsibilities for reporting emergencies?
Do employees know their responsibilities during an emergency?
Are the door that are required to serve as exits designed and constructed so that the way of travel is obvious and direct?
Are windows that could be mistaken for exits made inaccessible by railings or barricades?
Are exits door able to open in the direction of travel? (opening out instead of in)
Is a I overhead door prohibited from serving as a required exit door?
Are all exits marked with an exit sign and illuminated?
Are the directions to exits, if not apparent, marked with visible sign?
Are doors, passageways and stairs that are not exits appropriately marked?
Are exit sign lettering at least 5" high and 1/2" wide.
Are all exit doors side-hinged?
Are all exits kept free of obstructions and unlocked?
Are there at least two means of egress provided from elevated platforms, pits, or rooms?
Are there sufficient exits to permit prompt escape in an incident?
Are glass doors tempered and meet requirements for human impact?
Is there a fire prevention plan?
Does the plan describe the types of fire protection equipment and/or systems?
Are all employees aware of the fire hazards of the materials and processes to which they are exposed?
Are fire alarms tested at least annually?
Have you established practice and procedures to control potential fire hazards?
Are sprinkler heads protected if there is potential of physical damage?
Is there enough clearance for sprinkler system?
Are portal fire extinguishers provided in adequate numbers and types.
Are fire extinguishers mounted in accessible locations?
Are fire extinguishers serviced annually and checked monthly?
Are employees trained on fire extinguisher operations?
Are combustible and debris and waste materials stored in covered metal containers and removed from the work environment?
Are proper storage methods used to minimize the risk of fire and spontaneous combustion?
Are approved containers and tanks used in the storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquid?
Are all flammable liquids kept in containers when not in use?
Are all connections on drums and combustible liquids tight?
Are bulk containers of flammable liquids grounds and bonded during dispensing?
Do storage rooms for flammable and combustible materials have explosion prof lights
Do storage rooms have mechanical or gravity ventilation
Are safe practices use when liquid petroleum is stored, handled or used?
Are all solvent wastes and flammable liquids kept in a fire resistant and cover containers?
Are all exstinguishers are all charged and mounted in right area?
Are NO SMOKING signs placed and enforced?
Are spills cleaned up per promptly?
Are all work sites clean and orderly?
Are all spilled material cleaned up immediately?
Are work surfaces kept dry or appropriate measures to assure surfaces are anti-slip?
Are combustible debris and waste stored safely and removed promptly?
Are cover metal containers used for oily or paint soaked waste?
Are there a minimum number of bathrooms?
Are bathrooms clean?
Is there enough to lighting in work areas?