Inspection / Fire Extinguishers
Fire Extinguishers Inspection
Ontario Fire Code
All occupancies covered by the Ontario Fire Code require monthly and annual inspections of portable extinguishers. Any dry chemical extinguisher, whether for private or commercial use, must be disassembled, inspected internally and re-built every 6 or 5 years and hydro statically tested every 12 years. Extinguishers containing other agents are subject to other periodic maintenance.
Inspections—Its the Law!
Article 184.108.40.206 Inspections of your portable fire extinguishers is the law in Canada.
Article 220.127.116.11 Unless otherwise specified, the owner is responsible for carrying out the provisions of this Code.
Article 18.104.22.168. Where this Code requires that records of inspections, maintenance procedures or tests be retained for examination by the authority having jurisdiction, such records shall be retained during the required time interval between the inspections, maintenance procedures or tests, or for 2 years, whichever is greater.
Article 22.214.171.124. A written record shall be kept of all tests and corrective measures for a period of two years after they are made, and the record shall be made available upon request to the authority having jurisdiction.
At SCO we perform and complete an inspection with proper paper work and your report is then transferred to a PDF file and made available to you in both print and CD form. Your printed form will have a separate form with all listed inspection deficiencies found by our technicians with code references and recommendations and cost of repairs and or corrective measure.
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Not to worry we keep our reports on site for a minimum 5 years!
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•Fire Extinguisher inspections are $86.00 base fee plus $3.85 per extinguisher and $7.85 per hose
rack plus GST.
•Emergency light inspections are $86.00 plus $17.50 per unit.
•Fire Alarm Service, $86.00 per Hour.
•Sprinkler Service $86.00 per hour
•Fire Pumps $86.00 per hour
All inspection are performed by Qualified Technicians under the Codes and Standards in Ontario!
We create Site Specific Fire Plans NOT cookie cutter plans! Call us today to book your appointment! 416-901-9198 Fire Extinguisher and Fire hose inspections/maintenance, as per Ontario Fire Code regulations and NFPA 10 Standards and you receive a full printed and PDF of the completed report.
We recharge fire extinguishers!
Give us a call 416-901-9198
Note: We do not recharge or maintain
plastic fire extinguishers,sorry.
Portable Fire Extinguishers are essential for controlling a fire before it gets out of control. A partially charged, or neglected extinguisher may not be reliable in a fire situation. All occupancies covered by the Ontario Fire Code require monthly and annual inspections of portable extinguishers. Any dry chemical extinguisher, whether for private or commercial use, must be disassembled, inspected internally and re-built every 5 or 6 years and hydrostatically tested every 12 years. Extinguishers containing other agents are subject to other periodic maintenance.
Fire Alarm Systems
Fire Alarm Systems are required to be maintained in operable condition at all times. As well, fire alarm systems shall be inspected in conformance with ULC-S536 and the Ontario Fire Code. This code requires monthly and annual testing. Records must be kept by the building owner/manager for examination by your insurance company and/or the authority having jurisdiction. Only technicians who have completed the Canadian Fire Alarm Association Technician Education Program, or an equivalent course may perform repairs and inspections.
Sprinkler Systems Automatic Sprinkler Systems (wet and dry) are required to be maintained in operable condition at all times. Maintenance and inspection is required monthly, quarterly and yearly as mandated by the Ontario Fire Code. These inspections ensure the sprinkler systems are operable and ready for use should the need arise. Records of your sprinkler systems must be kept by the building owner for examination by your insurance company and/or the authority having jurisdiction.