Emergency Number - must be plainly visible on all phones.
First Aid Kit Available
Blocked exitways - exits, aisles, corridors and stairways must be unobstructed.
Doors - must be operable from the inside by a single unlocking/unlatching action
Exit illumination - exit signs and exit pathways must remain illuminated while building is occupied.
Access - must be maintained to equipment / hydrants.
Sprinklers - must be serviced and certified every five years; maintenance must be performed quarterly.
Extinguishers - serviced yearly and after each use; mounted 3’ to 5' above the floor; post signs identifying locations of extinguishers when not readily visible.
Alarms - waterflow (sprinkler system) alarm must be tested quarterly and other fire alarms routinely.
Flexible wiring - may not be used as a substitute for permanent wiring, nor may it pass through walls, ceilings, or floors; permanent wiring should be installed under permit.
Multi-plug power strips - are acceptable when listed, have a built-in circuit breaker, and are not rated for more than 15 amps.
Circuit panel clearance - maintain access (30" clearance)
Labeling - “ELECTRICAL ROOM” door and all circuits must be identified.
Fire assemblies - doors (including automatic roll-down types), windows, and shaft openings which are required to be self-closing or automatic-closing must be maintained in working order.
Fire-resistive construction - any such construction which has been damaged must be restored to its original condition.
Combustible storage - maintain 24" clearance below ceiling; not allowed in exits, exit enclosures, boiler, mechanical or main electrical rooms or underneath buildings.
Maintain clearance around heat-producing equipment.
Dumpster clearance - provide 5' clearance from combustible wall/roof of nearest structure.
Gas meters, regulators, piping - protect from vehicles.