A Fire Protection System Inspection, testing and maintenance program is needed to:ensure all fire protection equipment and systems will operate properly during an emergency and help limit the extent of a loss.
SECTION 1 - INSPECTION AND TEST REQUIREMENTS
1.1 SCHEDULING INSPECTIONS AND TESTS
Fire Protection System Permit Number
Project Name, address, suite number, etc.
A description of the type of system and the type of inspection or test
Date you would like to schedule the inspection or test. (Note: The date is not guaranteed but all effort will be made to meet the requested date)
Contactor name and phone number
SECTION 2 - INSPECTION AND TESTING PROCEDURES
2.1 CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL INSPECTION AND TESTS
Master key (White)
Main entrance (Green)
Any additional entrance or exit points, locked stairwell doors, roof access doors (Yellow)
Fire control room, fire alarm reset, sprinkler control valve pad lock(s) elevator fireman's service (Red)
Elevator machine, mechanical, electrical rooms (Blue)
Storage room(s), laundry rooms, trash (Orange)
Apartment Master (Black)
SECTION 3 - FIRE ALARM AND DETECTION SYSTEMS
3.1 HIGH-RISE FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
SECTION 4 - WATER BASED SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
4.1 UNDERGROUND FIRE SERVICE MAINS AND FREE STANDING FDC
SECTION 5 - SUPPRESSION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
5.1 WET AND DRY CHEMICAL SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
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