Health and Safety in dormitories compliance checklist

Health and Safety in dormitories compliance checklist

1. Low risk level

• Fire equipment is available, accessible, marked and serviced.
• Evacuation routes are properly marked and accessible
• Evacuation and fire training is provided twice a year
• Emergency lights are installed
• Evacuation plot plan is posted
• Stocked first aid kits available
• Electrical control panels accessible and marked

2. Intermediate risk level

• Inadequate fire equipment
• Missing some fire equipment
• Fire equipment is not marked, is not accessible, and is not serviced
• Evacuation routes are not designated and marked or ee’s are too far from 1 or both exits
• Evacuation and fire training is not provided
• Emergency lights are not installed
• Evacuation plot plan is not implemented
• No first aid kits implemented
• First aid kits not stocked or locked
• Electrical control panels not labeled or blocked or exposed.
• Exposed wiring

3. High risk level

• No fire equipment
• No secondary evacuation exit or route
• No fire alarm installed
• Egregious electrical hazardous conditions

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Ventilation and Sanitation in dormitories compliance checklist

1. Low risk level

• Restrooms and showers are in acceptable sanitary conditions;
• Facilities are stocked with supplies and running water;
• Adequate number of restrooms and showers;
• Drinking water is available at all times

2. Intermediate risk level

• Unsanitary conditions in restrooms;
• Restrooms are not stocked with running water, and supplies;
• Restrooms/Showers are not separated by gender;
• Inadequate number of restrooms;
• Potable water is not available;
• No privacy in toilets/showers;
• No hot water available for bathing;
• Inadequate/ poor ventilation

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