What are the types of fire inspections?
Inspections can be done annually, semiannually and on a quarterly basis.
What is an inspection?
The testing of all fire equipment to current CAN/ULC, NFPA and Alberta Fire regulations, as adopted by Alberta Municipal Affairs.
How can I book an inspection?
Contact us to be added to the schedule.
What can I expect during my fire code inspection?
We will need access to all areas of the building (possibly into the apartment/condominium units). The fire alarm will be sounding during the fire inspections. Technicians will be going into all areas to test different equipment.
How do I get ready for the inspection?
Make sure you have keys to all areas of the building. Notices have been posted stating there is a fire inspection with dates and times. Make sure you have current monitoring contact info codes and account numbers, lockbox and keyless entry codes.
Why am I receiving a fire safety inspection?
If inspections are required by code (law), most inspections are required to be done annually (minimum), while others, like fixed systems, are done semiannually. Other inspections are done quarterly, monthly and weekly. These inspections are done to keep people and your property safe. They help you to remain compliant and to keep your liability low.
How much do inspections cost?
Call us for a quote. Every inspection is different. Different tasks, different equipment and different amounts of time are needed. We are happy to visit your site free of charge to supply pricing information.
Scheduled fire prevention inspections: What’s recommended?
Most inspections are done annually (minimum), while others, like fixed systems, require semi-annual inspections. Other inspections are done quarterly, monthly and weekly.
What are the benefits of having a fire safety inspection?
These inspections are done to keep people and property safe and you compliant, keeping in turn your liability low.