Some Fire Inspections Blanks

Some Fire Inspections Blanks

Herewith are shown two different blanks used by fire departments in their work of inspection. One is a form by which the Miami, Fla., department keeps watch on the more dangerous risks in the small southern city, and the other is a report blank used by the members of the fire department of El Paso, Tex., in reporting their inspections. The Miami department blank is printed on light green, fairly heavy, Bristol board, 4 1/8 inches wide by 8 5/8 deep, on both sides—the first side reading:

Miami Fire Department, Bureau of Combustibles and Fire Risks

Date

Name

Address

Building built of

Size Ft. by Ft.

Amt. of Gas stored

How stored

Lighting Defects

Heating Defects

Rubbish

Neighborhood Hazards

Precautions used

(over)

The reverse of the Miami card reads:

(Draw Diagram that will be of service to Fire Department) REMARKS:

Inspection made by

W. R. Coleman is chief of the Miami fire department.

The other blank, illustrated herewith, which Chief John W. Wray, of El Paso, utilizes in the reports which his men turn in to him, is printed on a good quality of white paper, 3 5/8 inches wide by 8 deep, with about an inch left for “Remarks,” and printed only on one side of the paper. It reads as follows:

EL PASO, TEXAS, FIRE DEPARTMENT Inspection Report

No.

Date………….

Location of Building………

Construction of Building…..

Occupancy of Building……..

Owner or Agent……………

Name of Tenant……………

Condition of Floors……….

Condition of Chimneys……..

Condition of Basement……..

Condition of Elevator Shaft..

Condition of Attic…………

Condition of Stairways……..

Heating Appliances ……….

Condition of Aisles……….

Condition of Windows………

Condition of Areaways………

Alley or Yard in rear……..

How Lighted.Is Lighting Safe?.

Is any Explosive stored or kept on Premises?…

If so, where?…..

Any Gasoline kept on the Premises?.How much?.

If so, where?..

Remarks………..

Signed………….

No….

Inspector

……………Company

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