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Packers Sanitation Services, Inc. Air conditioning is provided in certain offices and the library. A natural gas-fired emergency generator is provided, cycled weekly and tested monthly. Annual servicing and load testing is provided by Power Equipment Company. Records are maintained. Repairs and improvements to the building are performed as needed. Visible plumbing in the building was satisfactory and is upgraded on an as-needed basis. All water and sewer services are public utilities. Protection The building is equipped with a zoned hardwired heat and smoke detection system.
Manual pull stations are located at designated exits. An adequate supply of multi-purpose fire extinguishers is provided throughout the building. All are affixed with expired inspection tags dated July Monthly in-house inspections are conducted and recorded. Commercial cooking equipment in the cafeteria includes ranges and convection ovens.
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No grease cooking operations were noted. The equipment is situated under stainless steel hood and duct systems. Baffle filters are provided for grease extraction. Semi-annual cleaning of the system is conducted. AH areas appeared clean and free of grease build up. Cooking surface protection is provided by a Kidde dry chemical suppression system which is serviced on a semi-annual basis, most recently August by City Fire Equipment Co.
A 60 B;C rated extinguisher is located in the kitchen. NOTE: No grease cooking noted or reported. If 6 any grease cooking is to be performed, the extinguishing system over the cooking operation would need to be upgraded to a wet chemical system from the current dry system. In addition, a Class K fire extinguisher would be required. Current fire codes do not allow a dry chemical system to be utilized for cooking that produces grease laden vapors.
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Commercial refrigeration equipment is provided with local high temperature alarms monitored by district security. They are not tied into a central station.
Security cameras on a DVR system are provided throughout the interior of the building, along with strategic exterior locations. Hallway fire doors are on a magnetic release system tied to the interior fire alarm. Local volunteer lire department protection is located within two miles. Two triple outlet fire hydrants in a loop system are provided around the property.
These are municipal hydrants, maintained by the water department.
Interior Interior floors were generally in good condition. There are no mats placed at the main entrance, nor under or around the area of the water coolers for minimizing the potential of wet floors and slip hazards. Walking surfaces were found free of trip and fall hazards, with the exception of the entrance where door sill protrusions exist for latching devices.
Stairwells are concrete with metal rails. Treads have non-skid that is heavily worn posing the potential of a slipping hazard. The handrail near exit 23 is loose. Stair towers are provided with self-closing fire doors and were free of combustible storage. Exit doors of the common areas are provided with panic hardware and swing in an outward direction.
All were found readily accessible and unobstructed. Interior lighting appeared adequate at the time of this survey. Emergency lighting is provided via battery pack units and the emergency generator. Illuminated exit signs are posted above designated exit doors.
Many of the televisions in classrooms predominantly within "C-Wing" are positioned on suspended shelving and unsecured, posing the potential of falling should the shelf be struck by someone or something. Rubber matting is placed in front of dishwashing equipment and sinks within the cafeteria kitchen. No matting was observed along the serving line which poses the potential of slips and falls should food spillage occur. The Multi-purpose Room serves as a gym and auditorium with folding metal chairs. Walls are padded to minimize the potential of injury should a basketball player overrun the court.
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