All Alarm Systems follow certain requirements as dictated by the fire code. One of the requirements of the code is that all buildings have to undergo a regular fire alarm inspection. These are some of the things that will be checked during a Fire Alarm Inspection:
There must be no objects blocking your fire exits, and that the doors can easily be opened. There should also be a clear sign on your fire exits.
The fire Armor Fire Protection will check if there are enough exits from the building. They will also verify if the building does not exceed its maximum occupancy.
Flammable materials must be stored properly away from high-risk areas.
A fire alarm inspection also includes checking whether fire extinguishers and other fire alarm devices are in the right places.
Sprinklers should be placed in properly calculated distances from each other.
Also, during a fire alarm inspection, there will be a fire drill for all occupants.
Emergency Signs · Lights
Emergency lights and signs provide lighting and direction in the event of a power outage or emergency. If your emergency lights fail to operate correctly during an emergency situation the building occupants may become disoriented.
Routine inspection of Emergency Lighting and Signs is required by NFPA Standards.
Testing Procedures for Emergency Lights
90 Minute full function test
Disconnect AC power supply to each light
Check battery and lens for sulfation
Clean each emergency light and lens
Adjust beam for proper alignment
Place testing label on the emergency light and record in testing log
Check and adjust charging system voltage
Check battery output voltage
Check line voltage to remote fixtures
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