: Means of Egress & Fire Protection Checklist
OF EGRESS & FIRE PROTECTION CHECKLIST
Use this worksheet to inspect your facility for
compliance. If the question does not apply to
your situation, mark "N/A". A "No"
answer indicates that corrective action is required
to remedy the situation. Take action now. Bring
this worksheet back to class next week and discuss
your results or any problems you had to deal with.
all exits marked with an exit sign and illumi-nated
by a reliable light source (can be ambient light)?
the directions to exits, when not immediately
apparent, marked with visible signs?
Are all exit doors side-hinged(overhead and revolving
doors are not accepted as exits)?
Are all exits kept free of obstructions?
there at least 2 exits remote from each other
in buildings to permit prompt escape in case of
all exit doors be opened without the use of a
key or any special knowledge or effort when the
building is occupied?
exit doors open directly onto any street, alley
or other area where vehicles may be operated,
are adequate barriers and warnings provided to
prevent employees from stepping into the path
all doors that are not exits marked to indicate
their character, if their purpose is not obvious
(store rooms, doors that open to a dead-end space
where employees can become trapped)?
PROTECTION & EMERGENCY ACTION
fire extinguishers selected and provided for the
types of materials in areas where they are to
Class A (Ordinary combustible material fires)
Class B (Flammable liquid, gas or grease fires)
Class C (Energized-electrical equipment fires)
appropriate fire extinguishers mounted within
75 feet (22.86 meters) of outside areas containing
flammable liquids, and within 10 feet (3.048 meters)
of any inside storage area for such materials?
extinguishers free from obstructions or blockage?
all extinguishers serviced, maintained and tagged
at intervals not to exceed 1 year?
Are all extinguishers fully charged and in their
Is an Emergency Action Plan required for your
employees adequately trained to know the proper
you explain to new employees exactly what you
expect them to do in an emergency at the time
you comply with the Fight-No-Fight Decision Tree?