Commercial Fire Prevention

The Eureka Fire Protection District proudly serves 410 businesses within our district. As a business owner in the district, we take it very seriously the opportunity to partner with you in order to keep you and your customers safe. 

Commercial Fire Inspections

Routine commercial fire prevention inspections allow the Eureka Fire Protection District to help the occupants of commercial occupancies reduce fire hazards and insure that fire and life safety features of these occupancies are in place and working as they should. 

Important occupant telephone contact numbers are confirmed so that if there is an incident after business hours we can contact someone with authority to make decisions for that occupancy.

Commercial Fire Prevention Inspection Schedule By Occupancy
Exterior
  • Address visible on occupancy including rear doors

  • FD Connection Clear and Visible

  • Gas Meter Crash Protection

  • Knox Box Present with Correct Keys

  • Electric Service Accessible

  • Fire Hydrant Clear and Accessible

  • Portable Tanks Secure and Capped

  • Flammable Liquids Properly Stored

Fire Alarm System
  • Fire Alarm Control Panel 

  • Audible Alarm 

  • All Devices In Service (No Trouble Signals) 

  • System Annually Serviced by a Licensed Service Technician 

  • System Diagram Available 

Exits
Exits
  • Exits Free from Obstructions

  • Exit Signs Operating on both Building Power and Battery Backup

  • Emergency Lights Operate on Battery Power

  • Fire Escapes Properly Maintained

  • Exit Doors Functioning Properly

  • Emergency Exit Hardware Functioning Properly

  • Exit Pathways Clear and Appropriate Width

  • Emergency Evacuation Plan Posted (If Required)  

Fire Extinguishers
Interior
  • Proper Use of Extension Cords

  • Portable Tanks Secure and Capped 

  • Flammable Liquids Properly Stored

  • Electrical Breaker Panel Unobstructed

  • No Storage in Mechanical Rooms

Fire Sprinkler System
  • Sprinkler Head Clearance 

  • Alarm Valves (Tamper Switch or Locked Open) 

  • Shutoff Valves Open (Tamper Switch or Locked Open) 

  • FD Connection 

  • Annual Test and Inspection by a Licensed Service Technician 

  • Extra Heads / Wrench 

  • Monitored 

  • System Diagram Available

Kitchen Equipment & Suppression Systems
  • Hood and Ducts Cleaned and Tagged every 6 Months 

  • Hood and Duct Suppression System Serviced by a Licensed Service Technician every 6 Months 

  • Appliances in Correct Location 

  • K Class Extinguisher, Location, Annual Service.

Administrative
  • Use Permit Posted and in Good Order 

  • Check Occupant Emergency Contact Phone Numbers

Safety Checklist For Commercial Properties
  • Adequate and Appropriate Extinguishers in Correct Locations 

  • Easily Accessible 

  • Annual Service by a Licensed Service Technician

 
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