The Personal Life Safety Pocket Guide Books offer a quick reference for fire and life safety emergencies, and fit in most shirt pockets for immediate access. These handy reference books are a must for residential building staff as well as occupants.
Make fire safety compliance simpler, smarter and easier than ever before with a free digital fire logbook, a cloud storage for important documents and a personalised list of tasks that keep your building safe and fulfil your legal obligations.
Back your important documents up in the cloud to access them. Create, rename, and share folders for anytime, anywhere access while controlling who gets to see what. Make certain folders always available for authorised parties like fire rescue services and risk assessors at the click of a button.
Whether one or 1,000 premises, your Tio Core dashboard shows you the status of your fire safety tasks and issues at a glance and by premises, sites, teams, service provider or team member. Get an estate-wide view of compliance or dig into the detail.
Your logbook and important documents should be digitally available to all interested parties. With Tio Core, all you need to do is stick your QR code near your building entrance or on your fire panel to comply.
False and unwanted alarms undermine faith in life safety systems and waste valuable resources. Recording and sharing the details is vital to fixing the problems they create and prevention of their recurrence.
Different fire safety systems and equipment have different inspection, test and maintenance requirements, whether that be the responsibility of the building occupier or service provider. Tio lists and specifies requirements automatically according to the applicable standards for each system.
Monitor the fire safety of premises of interest to you, or the entire portfolio, from the comfort of your desk or phone. Cut out unnecessary travel, cost and time. From a single dashboard within Tio Core you can see what proportion of your buildings are fully compliant and manage those that are not. All without needing to visit.
A digital fire logbook is accessible and updatable through electronic devices, such as a computer or mobile device. It allows for automatic data input and generation of reports, while a traditional paper-based logbook is a physical document that needs to be updated and stored manually.
Information that can be stored in a digital fire logbook includes, fire safety checklists, fire safety inspection records, maintenance schedules, emergency procedures, fire safety training records and more.
Digital fire logbooks can be accessed through a web browser or a mobile application by logging into your Tio account. You can also access a Tio digital logbook via an external access link that is shared by a user with an account or by scanning a QR code sticker usually found on a building fire or intruder alarm panel.
Tio Core digital fire logbooks is a low-cost subscription of only 2.50 per building per month that can be cancelled at anytime. Each subscription comes with free training and a free Digital Fire Safety Records QR Code sticker to provide access to third parties.
Digital fire logbooks improve efficiency, accuracy, accessibility, and compliance with fire safety regulations. It also enables you to make more informed decisions about fire safety in the property by giving you accurate information anytime, anywhere.
Yes, the Tio Core digital fire logbook can be integrated with the Tio Asset Management system and will soon be available with other building management systems, such as facilities management and job management software, to improve data sharing and automate the fire safety processes.
Digital fire logbooks make managing fire safety compliance simpler and easier however you are still required to ensure the correct processes are in place to take advantage of the features your digital fire logbook providers. This includes the requirement to make records of fire safety checks, maintenance, and emergency procedures.
Tio Core digital fire logbooks are designed to be user-friendly and easy for everyone to use and come with a full tutorial and interactive demo built-in to every new account. Additionally, our free help centre is accessible 24/7 with written guides and answers to frequently asked questions.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 organisations are required to maintain and test their fire safety equipment and devices, ensuring that they are in good working order. Recording when these checks are completed is essential evidence to show that you are adhering to your legal obligations.
This free online fire safety log book will provide you with a robust system to ensure that you are regularly checking your fire safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, fire alarms and emergency lighting. The system will send you email reminders when an inspection is due and will continue to send a reminder until the check has been logged, no more missed equipment checks!
Designed with input from Fire Departments, The Fire Marshal's Office and many Fire Protection Service Companies. We have produced a user friendly book that enables you to record maintenance, inspections and tests on all necessary items in the Fire Code.
If you need to stock up with more than 100 books or if you regularly order large quantities of books, our sales team can help you get the best price on your order and ensure you get your order placed and processed in a timely manner.
This fire safety log book and maintenance record should remain on the premises at all times. The register will assist you in proving compliance with your legal responsibilities in relation to fire safety and should be completed following the inspection, test and maintenance of any of the items required by the legislation.
The following tests/inspections should be carried out in addition to any other tests recommended by the manufacturer, supplier or installer of the fire system. Please refer to the Maintenance Schedule for recorded servicing frequency.
NOTE: Any maintenance of the fire alarm and automatic fire detection system, which necessitates the system being inoperative for any period, must be carried out at a time when the building is unoccupied, unless suitable temporary arrangements are instigated.
All employees must receive instruction and training to ensure that they understand the fire precautions in the building and the actions to take in the event of a fire. Any special needs for those less able must be taken into account.
Croker logbooks are designed to comply with city, state and federal codes. Multiple logbooks may be necessary and/or required to meet all compliance initiatives. Croker has developed an assortment of logbooks to meet different building types and requirements. A number of Croker publications/logbooks have also been filed accordingly and granted copyright protection from the U.S. government.
All tests and maintenance must be recorded as it is a legal requirement, by virtue of the RRFSO, that the fire safety activities of the responsible person(s) can be audited by the relevant authorities at any time.
As previously mentioned, the electronic logbook is on your Customer Account Portal. The function allows you to access the building fire alarm logbook from any location, no matter where you are. The ease of accessibility becomes a strong point if you are a property manager over multiple sites. It means that you can keep up to date on all of your various locations around the country from wherever you are, ensuring that all fire alarm tests, faults and false alarms are recorded correctly. If they are not up to date, you can then implement the correct measures to rectify this.
The Electronic logbook comes FREE as part of an active service agreement with Protec and can be added to your customer account portal. All you need to do is contact your customer service advisor, and they can talk you through how to add one to your customer account portal.
To achieve this, the legislation requires that any fire safety facilities (including those provided under Building Regulations, The Housing Act 2004 or other local acts) and fire safety equipment/devices are subject to a system of maintenance. They should be maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair.
In order to demonstrate compliance with the legislation, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service provide a maintenance log book for the responsible person to use to record tests and maintenance of fire safety facilities.
The Kewtech FIR1LOG is a complete log book for on-site Fire Alarms, gives reference advice and contains the essential details of your system as well as the fire alarm testing register.The Kewtech FIR1 LOG stores details of panels and zones, detectors and alarms and keeps a log of your fire alarm testing obligation.
There are several conditions that can cause a Fire Alarm Panel to beep. The first is a Trouble. This is usually a device failing, notification or initiating device not communicating back to the panel, or even loss of power or a ground fault. The second would be a Supervisory signal. These are caused by tamper switches on the sprinkler system in a changed state, a duct detector that has activated, or a Fire pump signal. The last signal would be an Alarm. With an alarm activation, you would have the panel LED and sounder, notification devices activated throughout the site or affected area, and the Fire Department dispatched to your location. Each signal will have an associated LED or message on the system to inform you of the status. 076b4e4f54