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Fire watches require the continuous patrol of all areas of the building affected by the impairment to look for evidence of smoke, fire, or any abnormal conditions.
Basic Requirements for Fire Watches According to the NFPA, for fire alarm systems, a fire watch is required if the system is impaired for more than four hours in a 24-hour period. For water-based fire protection systems, fire watches are required for impairments lasting 10 hours or more in a 24-hour period.
In general, a fire watch requires a qualified individual to diligently keep a watch for fires while monitoring any hazards that are found.
Definition of a Fire Watch In Chapter 3 of the LSC, a fire watch is defined as the assignment of one or more people with the following tasks: Notifying the fire department, the building occupants, or both of an emergency. Preventing a fire from occurring. Extinguishing small fires.
A Fire Watch is a temporary measure intended to ensure continuous and systematic surveillance of a building or portion of the building by one or more qualified individuals for the purpose of identifying and controlling fire hazards, detecting early signs of fire, raising an alarm in the event of a fire, and notifying ...
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Performing a Fire Watch: Conduct a continuous patrol of all designated areas at least once every 30 minutes. Look for observable signs of smoke, fire and hazardous conditions. Enter all stairwells - open doors and look into each stairwell.
The Fire Watch is required on a 24-hour basis whenever a fire protection system is out of service (unless the Fire Code Official approves otherwise).
The LSC requires anyone with a fire alarm system and water sprinkler system to respond to any hindrances in their fire protection system per Chapter 15 of the NFPA 25 Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems.
The owner, manager, person in charge, or in control of the premises shall provide a log book which contains a directory of names, telephone numbers and other information to assist in making emergency calls. The log book shall be the official document used to record a history of patrol rounds.
NFPA 101-3. 3.91 Fire Watch. The assignment of a person or persons to an area for the express purpose of notifying the fire department, the building occupants, or both of an emergency; preventing a fire from occurring; extinguishing small fires; or protecting the public from fire or life safety dangers.

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