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What is a fire door inspection?

A fire door inspection is a process of assessing the effectiveness and safety of fire doors in a building. It involves checking if the doors meet the necessary standards and regulations for fire safety.

How often should fire door inspections be conducted?

Fire door inspections should be conducted at least once a year, in accordance with the relevant fire safety regulations. Additional inspections may be necessary if there are any changes to the building or if there have been any incidents that may have affected the fire doors.

Why are fire door inspections important?

Fire door inspections are important for ensuring the safety of a building and its occupants. They help identify any defects or issues with the fire doors, such as damaged or incorrectly installed doors, that could compromise the safety of the building in the event of a fire.

Who is responsible for conducting fire door inspections?

The responsibility for conducting fire door inspections falls on the building owner or manager. They may choose to hire a qualified and certified fire door inspector to carry out the inspections.

What happens during a fire door inspection?

During a fire door inspection, the inspector will examine the fire doors and their components, such as the frames, hinges, and seals, to ensure they are in good condition and functioning properly. They may also test the doors to ensure they close properly and meet the necessary fire resistance standards. Any issues or defects found during the inspection will be documented in a report and the necessary actions will be recommended.

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