IMPORTANT HAZARD - When testing the hose ensure it is tight to the wall to reduce the risk of a trip hazard. Use a warning sign to make people aware of the trip hazard when it is likely someone will come near the hose. Do not leave hose unattended when it has been extended.
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Which Fire Hose are you inspecting?
Are the following satisfactory and in working order?
Is the Fire Hose visible with no obstructions
Is the Fire Hose in good condition with no damage?
Does the Fire Hose extend freely with no gripping or difficulty?
Now you need to test the water coming from the hose.
Once extended and outsite the building turn the water supply on at the start of the hose. Using the nossle to control the water on the hose. When testing ensure no vehicles or people are near which could be affected by the water.
Is the water pressure strong? A guide can be spraying along the fence, does it reach 5m?
Is the nossle working proplerly with no leaks?
Are there any breaks in the hose?
If no to any questions explain below or if you have any additional comments or safety concerns?
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