CIL Provides Accredited Fire Safety Audit Services in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. CIL is an ISO 17020 accredited agency for 'fire safety inspection / fire safety audit. Fire safety audits involve examining your company premises to establish how the buildings are managed with regards to fire safety. Businesses should, therefore, conduct fire safety audits from time to time. In any case, the process should be done at least annually to help reduce the risk of fire and its physical and financial impact. Regularity of fire safety audits, Fire safety audits are intended to be dynamic and should take into account change. It is advisable to conduct audits in case of significant changes in the workplace. As such, you should the process should be carried out in the event of the following. Changes to the workplace layout or structure of the building. An increase in the number of people in the building, A fire incident or accident, Hazardous substance storage is introduced or changed, Changes to equipment and machinery, An employee with a disability is hired, Fire safety risk assessments should be conducted in all areas of your business premises and all potential hazards should be noted and documented. Appropriate measures should then be taken to reduce the risk of fire and injuries. Fire can have disastrous consequences to businesses and it may take years for you to recover from such an incident. This makes fire safety audits to be of paramount importance. To ensure the correct fire safety and security measures are taken, it s advisable to contact a security or fire safety specialist. Having high safety standards can be used as a marketing benefit to bring in customers and clients. When your business has established a good reputation in security, existing and potential customers are easily drawn into working with you and consequently developing a good reputation in the industry. Most of the businesses with high standards and great value are primarily investing in safety and security. A fire inspection might be something that you have put off without a second thought. The truth is a simple check-up can help to prevent a costly catastrophe, saving you hundreds of thousands of dollars and protecting what you value most. A fire inspection works to keep people and property safe by education and examination. Educating employees on fire safety is a must, Workers should know not to store items in front of escapes and how to store flammable materials. Often these items can lay dormant for so long that without a trained inspector, workers can forget those hazards are even there. Inspections help ensure compliance with local laws regarding fire protection systems. There is usually a minimum amount of smoke detectors per floor area, including hallways, stairwells, and other common areas where people congregate. In addition, some states require sprinkler systems on certain types of buildings or have specific requirements for alarm system installation as well as fire extinguishers in proper locations. A fire inspection also helps to ensure that safety systems are working correctly. Sprinklers need regular check-ups to make sure they are operating at full power. Alarms and smoke detectors need to be tested appropriately and done when they will not interfere with business or employees.