An Emergency Organization is one whose members carry out specific responsibilities before, during and after an emergency, and work as a team to minimize the potential loss to a business and site.
Hot Work Permit Program
Hot work is defined as any operation that involves open flames or produces heat or sparks, e.g. cutting, grinding, brazing, soldering, welding, chipping, or hot riveting. Inadequately controlled hot work is a major cause of fire.
Impairments to Fire Protection Equipment
Buildings and equipment are provided with fire protection and/or detection systems to reduce property damage and interruption to business in the event of fire. These systems must be in service at the outbreak of fire to operate effectively.
Inspection Testing Maint Fire Protection Equipment Frequency Matrix
Inspection, Testing & Maintenance of Fire Protection Equipment.
Weekly Fire Pump Inspection Test Procedures
The purpose of the weekly fire pump inspection and test is to ensure the fire pump is in an operating condition free of physical damage and is capable of providing continuous delivery for required fire protection demands.
Diesel Fire Pump Inspection Checklist
Run fire pumps weekly and record results in the appropriate column. Promptly correct any deficiencies found.
Electric Fire Pump Inspection Checklist
All fire pumps should be run and tested weekly. During pump operation, record results for each weekly test in the appropriate column for all items listed.