Fire inspection is conducted by the fire departments to assess the potential fire safety hazards in a building. Its type and frequency varies from one to another, depending on the location of the building or installation, relevant laws, local and special regulations applicable for the type of building occupancy. The building under inspection should meet a set of standard codes related to fire safety:
When it comes to CDG, property owners must be aware of all rules and regulations. Staying in compliance will help you to pass a safety inspection report. A fire inspector will visit your property to complete an inspection and you want to be prepared. Fire protection features must be maintained in order to pass your inspection.Fire Protection and Alarm Systems
In your facility, any fire protection systems, as well as alarms, must be in working order. The inspection sheet will include such items and they will be checked. If you own a building that has sprinklers, they must be in proper working order. Fire alarms must also be working correctly. Alarms and smoke detectors will be checked and reviewed by the inspector. Review all of these areas on a regular basis to ensure they are working and will pass inspection.Certified Fire Extinguishers
Every property must have a fire extinguisher on-site to protect individuals in the event of a fire. The type of building you operate will determine the number and type of fire extinguisher you are required to have on-site. Fire extinguishers must be certified and operational. The inspector will be checking to make sure that all fire extinguishers are working and are certified. When you do not have the proper fire extinguishers, you can fail your inspection.Emergency Lighting and Exits
In your building, the Chicago fire safety inspection will also include a review of the emergency lighting and exit areas. All emergency lighting needs to be functioning properly. This includes all light bulbs are operational and that exits are clear and easily defined.
Depending on the type of building you have, the exits may include lighted EXIT signs or flashing lights during an emergency. Every exit needs to be clearly marked and have the appropriate signage and lighting so that individuals inside know where to go and how to exit in the event of a fire.Clear Sightlines
The fire inspector will also be reviewing the outside of your building and checking for sightlines. The fire department needs to be able to recognize your building. The address needs to be clearly marked so that your property can be found if a fire occurs and 911 is called.
Any fire hydrants need to be clear of debris on the property. Any bushes or other landscaping must remain clear of the fire hydrant so that the fire department can easily access water when a fire occurs nearby.
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Businesses should take these steps to prepare for a fire safety inspection by checking on their compliance within each of these areas.
Fire safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety standards of an organization or occupancy. A comprehensive fire safety audit should address the inherent fire hazardous associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards.
We conduct fire safety inspection for all type of buildings viz : commercial establishments, residential buildings, factory / manufacturing units etc.
Our inspectors will detect problems earlier in the supply process, saving you re-work and replacement costs as well as ensuring that your product or plant is delivered on time.
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A Factory Audit or Supplier Audit (at CDG we call these Quality System and Compliance Audits) is a systematic evaluation of the quality system and compliance level of a supplier.
The purpose of a quality control audit is to help our clients verify the capability and suitability of their suppliers. This factory assessment is typically carried out by an internal or external quality auditor or factory auditor. Typically, these services would start out with a standard supplier evaluation or factory assessment and trigger a process of continuous improvement. Explore our range of quality control audit offerings and capabilities by clicking below on the relevant area of quality compliance challenge required. A supplier audit is when an organisation audits a supplier to ensure that they are meeting requirements specified in a contract. These audits can be conducted on-site by reviewing processes or off-site by reviewing documentation submitted by the supplier, ensuring quality across your supply chain.
A fire safety inspector will check out the workplace, the activities undertaken there and your management of fire safety. They’ll also audit your fire risk assessment to ensure that you’re complying with fire safety law.
Fire safety inspections are important to conduct for a residential space or a business. Fire safety inspections can help to ensure that equipment is operating properly and can help prevent any potential dangerous issues from occurring. There are many benefits that can arise from fire safety inspections. A primary advantage of fire safety inspections is that inspections can help to prevent fires from happening.
For example, fire safety inspections can involve checking for fire hazards within a building. Check out some more of the most common reasons to schedule fire safety inspections for a residence or commercial facility.
Hiring CDG to serve as your third-party QC partner helps you focus more on your customers and worry less about your product quality. When our team of experts conducts a product inspection in India on your behalf, you can trust that the results of our professional report are detailed and accurate. Our team will:
We know successfully sourcing from India can be a difficult task. And our team can safeguard your business from manufacturing and quality issues. With product inspection, you can be confident that your expectations are being met before your order ships.
Supplier Verification audit is a specially designed audit that checks your potential suppliers against certain internationaly recognised standard. The suppliers who pass the supplier audit are vendors who are working according to the highest industry standards. Subsequently, successful supplier audits to ensure that the vendors are able to provide a continuous supply of high-quality materials and services throughout the term of your partnership.
Supplier verification audit also covers all the legal, operational and functional aspects of a vendor. This, in turn, gives you the peace of mind while doing business with these vendors.
We are sure you will not want to end up in trouble for hiring a fake vendor or a vendor that was operating illegally?
That is what makes the supplier audits so important. One little mistake and you might end up in huge trouble.
Realizing the importance of supplier audits, Tetra Inspection professionals give you with a clear picture about the status and work-ethics of your intended supplier. Further, here are a few benefits that you will enjoy because of supplier verification audits:
A team of highly-trained auditors is selected for the supplier audits. These audits are conducted on the vendor’s site and check their facilities for multiple factors including:
Initial production quality control can greatly help you in avoiding bottlenecks, delays, and defects during the production phase that later on result in either fines or dissatisfaction of your customers.
An initial production inspection can greatly help a business in streamlining its supply chain section in multiple ways, for instance, a few of the benefits of IPC are being listed below:
During the initial production inspection, our inspectors will check various aspects of the production facility and the raw materials to ensure a smooth and seamless production line. A few of the items checked during the Initial production inspection include:
Delivering on time with high-quality deliverables is extremely important for any businesses’ supply chain. Consequently, it is extremely difficult that one can properly manage the production time of a facility without conducting the DUPRO Inspection.
During production, checks are specially designed inspections programs that aim to filter out any issues from the production line when 20 % of the products have been produced. It is a method of during production quality control and has wonderful benefits for your business.
CDG offers physical, on-site inspections of your production line and filters out all the possible issues that can lead to problems later on. During the DUPRO inspection, we do a sampling check as per the AQL or ISO 2859-1 (ANSI/ASQZ1.4) and other important checks that are explained below.
CDG uses specially prepared state of the art checklists for conducting during production checks on site that covers the entire manufacturing process.
During production quality control forms the backbone of any production line. A slight fault at the beginning of production can potentially damage the entire batch of production. Ultimately, more and more organizations are implementing the DUPRO inspection programs in their production lines to ensure high-quality output and streamlined processes.
Without During Production Checks, ensuring high-quality and low turn-around-time is nearly impossible.
CDG's cargo container loading inspection has been developed for those clients that not only require reassurance during the container loading process, but also need confirmation that safety and quality requirements are met and that correct goods handling procedures are put in place and adhered to.
All of CDG's inspectors are fully trained not only to supervise but to closely monitor the loading process. Before shipping they check the:
Once these checks are completed the container will be sealed with Intertek seals as proof of compliance and an inspection report will be issued to you.