Intruder Alarm Maintenance Checklist

Use this Intruder Alarm Maintenance Checklist to safeguard buildings by conducting regular inspections of sensor covers, cables, fixings, etc.

Intruder Alarm Maintenance Checklist



Intruder Alarm Maintenance

1. Are all records fitted in accordance with the installation, including type, location, and siting of all equipment and devices?


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2. Are all sensor covers cleaned?


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3. Is the operation of all detection devices, including deliberately operated devices, checked?


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4. Are all cables and conduits properly supported, undamaged, and showing no signs of wear?


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5. Is the sound physical fixation of all equipment, including the loosening or corrosion of supports and fixings checked?


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6. Are all flexible connections inspected?


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7. Are all terminals checked and tightened?


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8. Are mains and stand-by power supplies, including charging rates checked?


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9. Is the control unit checked for correct operation?


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10. Is remote signaling equipment checked?


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11. Is remote signaling equipment tested in the ARC or Police Control Room?


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12. Are all audible warning and alarm devices checked for correct operation?


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13. Is the alarm system verified to be fully operational?


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14. Is the customer's system logbook checked and updated?


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Checklist by GoAudits.com – Please note that this checklist is intended as an example. We do not guarantee compliance with the laws applicable to your territory or industry. You should seek professional advice to determine how this checklist should be adapted to your workplace or jurisdiction.

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