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Building address numbers shall be a minimum of 6" tall. Unit numbers shall be affixed to the front and rear doors.
This should include trees, brush, flowers, fences, and snow.
There shall be a sign above the front door to read "THIS DOOR TO REMAIN UNLOCKED DURING BUSINESS HOURS."
Double keyed dead-bolts and chains with locks shall not be used.
Push the test button to determine if the back up power functions properly. Does the sign remain lit with the button pushed?
Push the test button and hold for 30 seconds. Does the light remain on for the 30 second test?
This includes ice and snow during the winter months.
This includes placing trash, boxes, or other items in an egress path.
Extension cords shall not be used in place of permanent wiring. They may be utilized to supply power to a single small appliance such as a fan, radio, or power tool.
Power strips are required to be plugged directly into an outlet. They can not be plugged into another power strip or an extension cord.
If they are being used, they must be plugged directly into an outlet and operated a minimum of 3 feet away from combustibles.
Combustibles shall not be stored in equipment rooms including closets that house hot water heaters and/or furnaces.
Labels shall have letters that are at least 1" tall on a contrasting background.
Heat collects at the ceiling level and combustibles can burst into flames.
This allows the ceiling to act as a heat collector for fire protection systems and to prevent the passage of smoke and fire.
A quarter sized hole can fill an adjacent room with smoke in about 5 minutes.
There should be no more than a 75-foot travel distance to a fire extinguisher. Extinguishers shall be an all purpose ABC type with a minimum rating of 2A-10B:C.
Extinguishers shall be in a conspicuous location, unobstructed, and at least 4" off the floor.
Extinguishers are required to be inspected annually.
If yes, please attach a copy of the inspection report below.
If yes, please provide the name(s) of the compressed gas used and quantities on stored below.
If yes, proved a copy of your Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement (HMIS) identifying the name of the material(s), physical state (solid, liquid, or gas), CAS (Chemical Abstract Service) number, and quantity of each material in a separate attached document below.
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