Fire inspections are necessary to keep your employees and property safe from any potential hazards. They evaluate the safety level of buildings against commercial fires, to ensure all safety standards are being met, and to ensure that all fire codes are up to the necessary standards.

What will be inspected?

You may ask what exactly is “inspected” during a fire inspection? Fire inspectors will assess many different aspects of your building during this process, including:

Requirements for Fire InspectionsATS Fire Inspections

There are requirements that your building must meet in order to fully pass a fire inspection, for example:

  • Exit pathways must be illuminated
  • Fire extinguishers must be tagged and stickered
  • Building aisles should be free of any obstructions
  • Smoke detectors must be properly functioning and tested
  • Trash and debris should not be on the building grounds
  • Building address should be able to be seen by pedestrians (and of a good size)
  • Building gas meter should be protected
  • Keep all electrical outlets, junction boxes, and circuit breaker panels covered with plates
  • All emergency lights and exit signs must work properly in normal and emergency power modes

The inspector will thoroughly look at many other things on the interior and exterior of your building. It is very important to stay on top of these things to make sure that your employees and property are both safely protected.

A Total Solution, Inc. Fire Inspections

At A Total Solution, Inc., our “product” is truly service. We inspect and service over 79% of all life safety systems, fire safety systems, fire sprinkler systems and many other systems on the market. These inspections may be performed annually, quarterly, semi-annually, or on a biennial basis depending on the fire code, insurance, and requirements. Our inspections comply with all National Fire Protection Association codes (NFPA). These potentially life-saving inspections will give you a peace of mind knowing that everything is safe and secure in the event of a catastrophic emergency. For more information, contact the fire safety experts at A Total Solution today!