SFFD Binder: San Francisco firefighters need to review all emergency equipment. Records of all tests and inspections must be kept in a binder marked “SFFD” and stored on site for firefighter checks. Depending on the DenK features of your buildings, some or all of the following elements require your attention: in August 2010, KSFM consolidated the checklist for home child care and the fire and life safety agreement into a form called the fire and safety agreement. Each year, you must renew the fire and safety agreement, which involves self-inspection of your home in accordance with fire codes. Each year you must sign and the date you checked the document and carried out the inspection. There is also a date on the form for you to place the date of the original fire office inspection. Any home with a daycare or licensed group day place must be checked once during the life of the daycare. In addition, basements and second floors must be approved before use. Inspections are conducted by the Grant County Fire Department. We recommend checking home care once a year.
If the daycare has moved to another home, this house must be inspected. At the bottom of the page are links to some of the necessary forms. The Fire Prevention Office`s inspection department inspects maintenance components for new buildings, new constructions, and fire pumping and detection systems to ensure compliance with the San Francisco Fire Code. The city is geographically divided into 17 fire inspection districts (see fire inspection map). Each of these fire inspection districts is assigned to a fire inspector to conduct inspections on its territory. Skyscraper Inspections: Fire inspectors assigned to the skyscraper service conduct annual fire safety inspections for more than 550 skyscrapers in the city. The authority to conduct these tower inspections is determined in accordance with the California Health and Safety Code, Section 13217. This code provides that local fire brigades can check annually compliance with building standards and other regulations. State Fire Marshal Documentation Forms: (www.osfm.fire.ca.gov) Some local firefighters can inspect your home every year when you renew your license.
For the KSFMO, make sure that you enter into the fire/safety agreement every year (to include a list of self-inspection that you must unseal) and that the current year is booked. In addition, you must ensure that you keep your initial fire inspection report from a fire department.