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A Hot Work Permit should be completed prior to performing any hot work in the field.Download PDF →
A risk assessment identifies and evaluates the threats and risks of a specified situation.Download PDF →
To sustain operations during an extended emergency, hospitals need a process to determine the length of time it can continue to supply necessary services.Download PDF →
A Pre-Construction Risk Assessment ensures that all construction activities promote a safe environment of care for patients, visitors, and employees.Download PDF →
This establishes criteria to minimize wall and ceiling damage posed by construction and other installation activities.Download PDF →
This report is designed to help facility managers and alike to ensure compliance during the construction process.Download PDF →
This form can be used to perform a self-assessment of your facility prior to monthly and/or annual inspections.Download PDF →
Using this inspection form, you can inspect and test all rated fire door assemblies for the items listed and identify issues or concerns.Download PDF →
This report will provide you with information detailing the added value of hiring Compliance One to update your Life Safety drawings.Request a Report →
This helpful list provides you with a listing of acronyms and abbreviations used in Life Safety.Download PDF →
This tool can be used by accredited organizations for continuous compliance and survey readiness efforts.Download PDF →
A monthly inspection form for receptacles.Download PDF →
An annual testing form for receptacles.Download PDF →
This is a review of the Life Safety chapter of the new 2018 Joint Commission CAMH manual.Download PDF →
This form will assist in the recording of the required monthly testing of the elevator firefighter service.Download PDF →
This tool helps you properly evaluate and determine the main hazards specific to the characteristics of your organization.Download Template →
This tool will help you record the required weekly inspections of your facility's generator.Download PDF →
This tool will help you record the required monthly load testing of your facility's generator.Download PDF →
This tool can be used for the annual floor-level inspection of your facility's sprinklers.Download PDF →
This document outlines the testing and inspection requirements for water-based suppression systems (activity, frequency, NFPA code, and The Joint Commission code).Download PDF →
Code requires sprinkler system pressure gauges to be inspected monthly, and this form will help you verify condition and pressure to be maintained.Download PDF →
This document will provide insight into all of the code advantages of a fully sprinklered facility.Download PDF →
This inspection form can be used for the quarterly inspection requirements of fire hose valves.Download PDF →
This inspection form can be used for the weekly inspection requirements for electric-driven fire pumps.Download PDF →
All backflow preventers installed in fire protection system piping should be tested annually, and this form will help guide you through the process.Download PDF →
If you're looking to better understand which power strips can be used and in what setting, this document will help you.Download PDF →
Is your facility using or thinking about using an Alternate Equipment Management (AEM) program? This document will help you understand the documentation needed for AHJs.Download PDF →
Do you have an ongoing project within your facility? If so, this form will help you assess any building systems impacted by the work and what alternative measures to put in place to protect your patients, visitors, and staff.Download PDF →
Do you have an emergency shower at your facility? This form will help you inspect and properly document the annual inspection of those emergency showers.Download PDF →
Eyewash stations are required at specific locations throughout a healthcare facility.
This form will help you ensure that you are inspecting and documenting your eyewash stations properly.Download PDF →
This document provides a snapshot (item, requirement, frequency, and code reference) of what documentation is required for Environment of Care standards.Download PDF →
Building systems and equipment in healthcare facilities shall be designed to meet Category 1 through Category 4 requirements.
This form will help you assess each system or equipment for its potential impact on your patients, visitors, and staff if the system should fail.Download PDF →
This document will help you understand the differences in the code between Health Care Occupancy, Ambulatory Health Care Occupancy, and Business Occupancy.Download PDF →
When is a fire watch needed? What are the requirements?
This form will tackle those questions as well as provide a document to request a fire watch.Download PDF →
Are you having trouble tracking your fire watch activities? Utilize this form to keep things organized and within compliance with fire watch requirements.Download PDF →
Code requires an annual inspection of your access-controlled locking arrangements, and this nine-question form will help you evaluate them for compliance.Download PDF →
For all doors within your facility that have delayed egress locking arrangements, an annual inspection is required. This eight-question form will help you evaluate them for compliance.Download PDF →
Code requires a monthly "owner's check" inspection on the fire suppression system within the cooking exhaust hood.
This form will help you conduct and properly document the inspection.Download PDF →
Are you looking for a cheat sheet to help you know what a Life Safety surveyor might be looking for during a survey?
Your search is over. This document will give you insight into what they will be keeping an eye open for.Download PDF →
Depending on occupancy type and installation date, your dampers might need inspecting.
This form will help you understand the requirements and steps needed for inspection.Download PDF →
This tool will help you document your fire drills properly.Download PDF →
This document will help you understand the different requirements for new or existing construction.Download PDF →
Exit signs are to be inspected monthly and this form will help you accomplish this and make sure the proper documentation is in place.Download PDF →
Battery powered emergency lights must be tested monthly for 30 seconds. This form will help guide the inspection process and allow for the proper documentation of results.Download PDF →
Battery powered emergency lights must be tested annually for 90 seconds. This form will help guide the inspection process and allow for the proper documentation of results.Download PDF →
This form can be used to document the required information for your annual fire extinguisher maintenance.Download PDF →
This guide provides detailed information about Alternative Equipment Management (AEM) programs. This information is useful in determining if a facility should implement an AEM program and provides strategies for continued compliance.Download PDF →
This report is designed to properly document the annual testing and inspection of fire alarm systems.Download PDF →
This document outlines the changes to the Life Safety Code that the 2012 Edition will bring.Download PDF →