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Fire Log Books

A fire log book can make an invaluable contribution to the overall fire safety in your premises. It should provide a clear, readable log of everything related to the fire safety.


Over the years, our fire log book has undergone several major improvements, resulting in a flexible, extensible and easy to use product.

Why is it important

Although some fire protection companies claim the contrary, you are not required by law to have a fire log book. Nevertheless, you are required to keep a record of any fire safety related activities if you employ five or more employees (see RRFSO article 11). A fire log book can greatly simplify that duty, not to mention that fire officers usually ask for a fire log book.


Manual Fire-fighting Equipment 

1. Locations (fire extinguisher & blanket IDs and locations) 

2. Monthly Inspections (monthly fire extinguisher inspections by a Responsible Person) 

3. Maintenance (fire extinguisher maintenance by your appointed contractor) 

Fire Alarm System 

4. Call Point Locations (fire alarm call point IDs and locations) 

5. Weekly Testing (weekly fire alarm call point testing by a Responsible Person) 

6. Event Log (false alarms, alarms, control panel alerts and similar events) 

7. Maintenance (fire alarm system maintenance by your appointed contractor) 

Emergency Escape Lighting 

8. Locations (emergency luminaire IDS and locations) 

9. Monthly Testing (monthly emergency escape lighting testing by a Responsible Person) 

10. Maintenance (full-rated emergency escape lighting tests by your appointed contractor) 

11. Miscellaneous (miscellaneous records which do not fit elsewhere) 

12. Fire Risk Assessments

13. Fire Drills

14. Fire Training

 

Just contact us to obtain your own fire logo book. Give us a call on the number above or send us an email.