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Routine maintenance

Recording inspections (other than daily routines) in a log book is the simplest way of demonstrating compliance with routine maintenance requirements. It is recommended that a maintenance contract is taken out with a reputable company (competent person) where specialist maintenance and testing is required.

This guide is not intended to replace maintenance requirements specified by the manufacturer, contractor or risk assessor, or in order to meet other specific obligations.

Further information on recording the testing and maintenance of electrical installations and portable appliances as well as other items such as staff training and fire drills is contained in the Fire Safety Inspections and Maintenance Log Book.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (for further information see BS 5306: Part 3 or equivalent standard)

FIRE ALARM (for further information see BS 5839: Part 1 or equivalent standard)

AUTOMATIC DOOR RELEASE MECHANISMS ACTIVATED BY THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM

EMERGENCY LIGHTING (for further information see BS 5266: Part 1 or equivalent standard)

SPRINKLER SYSTEM (for further information see BS EN 12845, or equivalent EU standard)

HOSE REELS (for further information see BS 5306: Part 1 or equivalent standard)

FIRE DOORS (for further information see BS 8214, or equivalent standard)  

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