Audit

Functional testing of emergency/exit lighting is conducted during a monthly inspection for not less than 30 seconds, except as otherwise permitted per NFPA 101 7.9.3.1(2)

Inspection of fire extinguisher includes checking that pin is still in place, seal isn’t broken, inspection tag isn’t past due, and tag is dated and signed by auditor.
Emergency Lights

Emergency light is functional

Main exit vestibule

Main exit (interior)

Hall to Women's Center

Hallway door to Women's Center

Cancer Center

Stork's Nest (combo)

Door to medical records room (combo)

Exit from Women's Center waiting room (combo)

Exit from Women's Center treatment area

Entrance to OB/GYN hall (combo)

Wall near OB/GYN (combo)

End of OB/GYN hall (combo)

OB/GYN room 145 (combo)

Patient restroom in OB/GYN

OB/GYN exit to lobby (combo)

Hall by lab (combo)

Inside lab

Treatment area to lobby (combo)

Opposite nurse's station (combo)

Treatment area by hall to lab (combo)

End of hall to lunchroom (combo)

Community room (combo)

Rear hall junction (ceiling mount combo)

At rear exit (combo)

In kitchenette

Rear side exit (combo)

Archway from treatment area to waiting room (combo)

Archway to Couaro's desk (combo)

Men's restroom

Women's restroom

Patient restroom near nurse's station

Exit Lights

Exit lights are functional

Door from Cancer Center

In Cancer Center

Front hall to Women's Center

Fire Extinguishers

Extinguishers are charged, mounted, tagged and intact.

Front security desk

Hall to Women's Center

By Stork's Nest

Lab hallway

Inside lab

Kitchenette

Rear side entrance

Inspection to identify all fire hazards, obstacles in evacuation routes, and other unsafe conditions

Clear of all fire hazards, obstacles in evacuation routes, and other unsafe conditions

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.