Complete the self inspection form below.

    Building Owner:

    Emergency Contacts (Key Holders):

    The Fire Prevention Bureau may fax or e-mail pertinent fire safety information to area businesses. We hope that you will take note of these safety tips to help keep you protected from unwanted fires and other dangers. Remember, all unwanted or unfriendly fires, no matter how small the size, shall be reported to the Fire Department immediately.

    By following the simple code requirements checklist below you will have contributed to the safety of your property, personnel, and customers and be awarded a certificate of Fire Prevention:

    All aisles and emergency exits are clear at all times, both inside and outside.
    All exit and emergency lighting is in working order.
    All fire doors are closed to prevent the spread of a fire.
    Keep all fire doors closed to prevent the spread of a fire.
    No extension cords or cube adapters are being used in place of permanent wiring.
    No combustible material is stored in boiler rooms, mechanical rooms, or electrical equipment rooms.
    All relocatable power taps are directly connected to a permanently installed receptacle.

    Fire protection systems and equipment have been inspected, tested and maintained by individuals and companies licensed by the State Fire Marshal's Office.

    The following shall be inspected and serviced annually:

    Fire Alarm Systems
    Sprinkler Systems
    Carbon Dioxide and Halon Extinguishing Systems
    Fire Extinguishers

    The following suppression systems have been inspected and tested for proper operation at 6-month intervals:

    Wet and Dry Chemical Systems

    Thank you for taking the time to assist us in our fire protection efforts. You can now print your Fire Prevention Certificate.

    Please call if you have any questions or need assistance. We are proud to partner with you in helping to keep the Middleburg Heights business community safe and secure.