General Workplace Fire Prevention
Fire prevention measures are the first steps in the control of any potential fire problem. Management of an organization should always be vigilant and be on the lookout for possible fire sources and that action to reduce the risk of fire wherever possible.
All fire hazards identified must be analysed and appropriate controls implemented according to the risks presented. All levels of risk management should be used for fire prevention, so the risks associated with fires are eliminated or reduced.
Some generic fire prevention rules include:
- Not allowing the accumulation of rubbish.
- Control the use of naked flames near flammable liquids and gases.
- Clean up or hose off oil and fuel spills.
- Repair damaged electrical wiring and maintain fuel and gas lines.
- Be observant when welding and steel cutting is being conducted and follow a hotwork procedure.
- Ensure that electrical wiring is installed, protected and maintained to a high standard.
- Observe requirements of site hazardous zoning and associated demarcation barriers.
What is a Fire Pump and Water Tank Checklist?
A water tank and fire pump are two of the most important pieces of equipment in a fire fighting system. A fire pump and water tank checklist is a tool that can ensure that your system is up to date and functioning properly. This is critical for emergency preparedness.
Contents of this Fire Pump and Water Tank Checklist
This checklist can assist you with inspection, testing and maintenance provisions for the following aspects of fire protection systems and water tanks:
- General inspection.
- Fire pump area.
- Signage and ID plates.
- Pump water supply valves.
- Pressure gauges.
- Engine start batteries.
- Engine warming devices.
- Vertical motor sight glass.
- Fuel tanks.
- Oil level.
- Transfer switch.
- Pump controller.
- Pump controller status.
- Pump suction.
- Pre-test checks.
- Run test checks.
- Suction line pressure.
- Pump controller selector switch.
- Isolating switch.
- Drain condensate trap.
- Suction reservoir.
- Suction discharge and bypass.
- Discharge and bypass valves.
- Pump starting devices.
- Run test checks.
- Controller batteries.
- Restoration to operational condition.
- Water level. Inspection.
- Float valve.
- Float valve.
- Loose components.
- Hatches. Ladder. Roof. Signs.
- Gaskets, filters and seals.
Why Choose to Buy this Fire Pump and Water Tank Checklist?
This 6-page checklist can assist you ensure that your fire protection systems and water tanks are maintained and are functioning to expectations.
After purchasing this checklist you will be able to:
- Very easily edit and customize the template to create your own fire pump and water tank inspection checklist.
- Apply your own style, format and brand to the checklist.
- Use it in any industry or sector regardless of size or type of organization.
Availability and Use of this Fire Pump and Water Tank Checklist
- This checklist is accessible to you right now by clicking the ‘Buy Now’ button.
- The checklist will be delivered to you in fully editable Microsoft Word format for immediate and full use in your business.
- There are no subscriptions, contracts or ongoing costs.
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