The When and Where of Fire Extinguishers

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The When and Where of Fire Extinguishers

Post by simonhop120 » June 2nd, 2023, 5:31 am

Fire extinguisher app mantenimiento industrial inspections are regulated by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Further inspection standards are regulated by OSHA and individual state requirements. Various types have requirements to undergo four primary categories of inspections: monthly, annual, six-year, and periodic hydro-static materials inspections. Although each inspection must be recorded on the extinguisher's hang tag, it is also smart to keep a separate master inspection log for all extinguishers within a company as well in order to keep track of all maintenance within a company.

Monthly and annual inspections are the most frequently mandated and the best way to ensure they each operate effectively and stored and mounted properly. It's also a good idea for private homeowners to do their own visual inspections monthly.

A visual inspection, performed at a business or in a home, could include things such as making sure they are undamaged, the hose doesn't have a blockage, the safety seal remains unbroken, and the operating instructions are readable. It could also mean a check of the pressure gauge to ensure the extinguisher is fully charged. Make sure to record these visual checks on the extinguisher's hang tag each time.
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