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An Introduction Of Maintenance

Fire Extinguisher

An Introduction

Generally the regular visual inspections of all portable fire extinguishers be carried out by the user or user representative. A responsible person should ensure that the frequency of inspection regularly checks at least once a month and when circumstances require, inspection by the user should be carried out more frequently.

What you’ll Need To Ensure During The Inspection

  • The fire extinguishers are conspicuously located in its designated place.
  • Ensure each fire extinguisher easily visible, unobstructed, not blocked by the object and readily for use in case of a fire.
  • Check that the label indicating and operating instructions on the extinguisher are clear and legible and facing outward.
  • Check the label to ensure is the right type of the fire extinguisher for your business.
  • Check the pressure gauge dial for readability and ensure the dial pointing to the green to indicate a fully charged.
  • Check for dents, cracks or others sign damage on the body of fire extinguisher.
  • Check the hose ins intact, the safety pin is fastened securely within valve handle and the tamper seal (cable tie) is unbroken or missing.
  • Look for obvious signs of use or damage of any modifications that could reduce functionality.
  • The extinguisher should be recharged after complete or partial use
  • Extinguisher should be serviced annually by a qualified competent person.

Fire Blanket

An Introduction

Fire blanket is a specially treated glass fiber fabric which is very soft, smooth and does not irritate skin. Which use fiberglass thread to sew the fold and fire resistance ribbon. Since Fire Blanket is a kind of very soft fire distinguishing device. At the very beginning of a fire accident, it can be used to insulate the fire from oxygen, thus controlling the fire.

What you’ll Need To Ensure During The Inspection

Monthly

  • Pull tape must be in place
  • Label is not torn, must be clean & in position
  • Free from contamination such as oil, grease, insect etc.….
  • Firmly mounted on wall

Yearly

  • Perform monthly inspection
  • Open blanket & check for torn, damages, defraying, crack contamination, pull tape’s intact
  • Discard if found unfit for use.
  • Replace back with folding instruction

Smoke Detector

An Introduction

Smoke alarms are designed to detect a fire in its early stages and alert people so they have time to safely escape
the dwelling unit or building. The smoke alarm industry has experienced substantial growth since the model codes
began requiring their installation in one- and two-family dwellings in 1976. Since then, fire fatalities have
decreased in all majority occupancy classifications.

What you’ll Need To Ensure During The Inspection

Monthly

  • Test the detector by pushing test button on cover and holding button down. This will sound alarm if all electronic circuitry, horn, and battery are working. If no alarm sounds, the units may have a defective battery or other failure. You can also test alarm by blowing smoke into it. Erratic noise or low sound from alarm may indicate a defective detector. Return it for service.
  • Clean the detector.When you are testing the detector each month, it is a good idea to use a vacuum cleaner attachment, a cleaning brush, or a soft cloth to clean any dust, dirt, or other debris that may have accumulated. In the event of a fire, buildup on the detector could cause it to malfunction
  • Insert new batteries every year.If you have a battery powered detector and even if it is functioning properly, it is a good idea to replace the batteries every year in order to make sure your detector is ready to go if and when you need it.

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