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M e c h a n i c a l Fire Prevention Checklist

BUILDING _____________________________ DATE

Fire
Prevention
Checklist
For
Public
Buildings

P a g e | 1 of 3 Fire prevention is everyone’s


responsibility
CHECK ONE
ACTION TAKEN
EXTERIOR ITEMS RECOMMENDATIONS
YES NO N/A

Are hydrants clear of obstruction and capped?

Are Siamese connections capped and clear?

Is this building served by mechanical room?

Is the mechanical room combustion air intake clear?

Is the mechanical room clear of combustible material?

Is this building served by LPG system?

Is LPG tanks secure?

Are there any fuel spills/leaks in the mechanical room?

Is there any evidence of leaks from or around fuel tank(s)?

Is there any damage to fuel/gas lines or meters?

Is this building served by water tank?

Is the fire water storage tank to proper level?

Is any gas-powered equipment stored in the building?

CHECK ONE ACTION TAKEN


INTERIOR ITEMS RECOMMENDATIONS
YES NO N/A

Are extinguisher(s) in place, serviceable and clear of obstruction?

Are extinguisher(s) tags current?

Are extinguisher(s) expiry valid?

Is the hose in cabinet properly racked and in good condition?

Is this building require an automatic sprinkler system?

Is there clear space below all sprinklers heads?

Is this building require smoke removal system?

Is there a smoke removal fan(s)?

Is this building require pressurization fan(s)?

Is there a stair well pressurization fan(s)?

Are there broken windows or doors?

Are kitchen exhaust fans operational and clean?

CURRENT
LOG BOOK ITEMS RECOMMENDATIONS ACTION TAKEN
& DATE
YES NO

Sprinkler Testing and Maintenance

Fire Pump Testing

Suppression system cylinders test

Suppression system cylinders test

Suppression system charged?

Smoke removal fan(s) test

Stair well pressurization fan(s) test

Smoke management system connected to BMS

CODE VIOLATIONS OBSERVED ACTION TAKEN AND DATE


OTHER COMMENTS ACTION TAKEN AND DATE

INSPECTED BY _____________________________