Fire Door Inspection Report Forms
Complete a thorough and accurate facility inspection every time with this convenient fire door inspection report. This simple safety inspection template makes it easy for inspectors to review and report on fire door safety in each facility and ensure their fire doors meet NFPA 80 and NFPA 101 (Life Safety Code) standards. Our fire door inspection template gives inspectors everything they need to ensure fire door assemblies are completed correctly and that all fire doors are in working order.
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Never miss an important safety item when you inspect fire doors. This checklist increases the efficiency and accuracy of inspections by enabling the inspector to review a standardized fire inspection report form for the National Fire Protection Association as they move through buildings. This template was designed for fire door inspection and comes pre-populated with checklist items standard for fire doors in healthcare facilities. Need to customize the form? No problem. Create checklist items to take note of special door assemblies or specific fire protection and inspection requirements as needed. Some of the most common checklist items are for checking and inspecting latching hardware, door clearances, spring hinges, edge seals, broken parts, visible signs of damage, missing parts, and auxiliary hardware items. Save time by completing the inspection checklist and dispatching a report to facility managers while still on the premises. Each template works on any Android, iOS, Windows or tablet, so it can be taken with you on the job.
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