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Residential Fire Safety Audit

Residencial fire safety

Fire can cause fatal injuries to the occupants in the building. It also inflicts heavy damage to property. Even if the building is not violating building codes, there might be issues with fire fighting systems and equipment. To deal with these kinds of discrepancies, it becomes necessary to conduct a fire safety audit. Los Angeles fire protection service conducts fire safety audits for residential and commercial clients. The trained fire safety auditor undertakes visits to premises to assess the fire safety measures. They carry out a systematic appraisal of fire hazards related to occupants and premises. Again, it is assessed whether or not the premise is complying to the legal compliances from the perspective of health and safety. While conducting the audit, the focus is given on:

  • Identification of potential fire
  • Explosion hazards
  • Fire risk in each area
  • Assessment of fire fighting system
  • Functionality of fire detection and alarm system
  • Fire Sprinkler Long Beach


Post audit, recommendations are given to implement. It could be addressing the statutory compliance or deviation from the stand procedure. Guidelines are also provided regarding emergency preparedness plans. Under this preview, the emphasis is given on:

  • Emergency exits
  • Emergency lighting and ventilation
  • Communication in case of emergency
  • Access and exits of the residential premises
  • Evacuation plan
  • Signage for exit, evacuation, assembly point


This is how fire risk audit is conducted to evaluate the risks. Accordingly, the auditors provide guidelines for fire control measures. The audit is not just a one-time activity. It should be conducted as per the guidelines set by local legislation. Our auditors have the expertiseto successfully conducted audits for several residential projects. By taking advantage of this audit, the occupants will gain awareness and have knowledge on how to manage fire situations in the future.

 

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