Fire Inspection Software
#1 Fire Inspection Software for Field Service Contractors
Fire Inspection Software that allows you to perform installation, repair, inspection, and maintenance of fire protection and safety equipment in residential and commercial buildings smoothly.
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Get digitized NFPA recommended forms and fire safety checklists instantly. Users can extract them on the go both from the field and the back office with the SmartServ fire inspection software & app.
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Know what is working for your business with detailed on-demand and inspection reports. Get productivity, operations, and accounting information from the SmartServ Reports tab. Users also receive monthly and quarterly reports regarding the overall business performance.
Automate your scheduling with SmartServ fire inspection software and get regular notifications whenever there is a recurring inspection or maintenance contract service. The users don’t have to schedule inspections manually each time. You can also send digital inspection report through email. Fire inspection reporting was never this easy.
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Frequently asked questions
Yes, the SmartServ data migration team helps you import your existing data from QuickBooks (Online & Desktop) and your previous data-saving format. We also perform data cleaning to ensure that accurate data gets imported. Our team also conducts a data review session to verify if everything you wanted is available.
SmartServ is known to be the best fire inspection software for US and Canada fire protection companies. It is known for its ease of use and 24/7 live customer support on any given day. Any fire protection company can make use of digitized fire safety checklists, inspection reporting, collecting digital signatures, on-field estimating and invoicing, etc.
SmartServ digitizes all of your NFPA forms, which allows you to perform any inspection. For instance, fire alarm inspection, standpipe/fire pump inspection, battery test, fire suppression system inspection, fire and life safety inspection, fire hose/fire extinguisher inspection, annual fire hydrant inspection, fire sprinkler inspection, and more.
Yes, as mentioned in the contract, you get all of your data back.
Yes. SmartServ fire protection software integrates with Intuit QuickBooks. It supports both QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop. With QuickBooks integration, SmartServ eliminates the double-entry requirements and ensures real-time data transfer. For more details, review SmartServ QuickBooks Integration.
Yes, SmartServ has a fire inspection app compatible with both Android and Apple iOS users.
The techs on the field can access all inspection details on the go. The techs can send voice commands for notes and access custom templates available for estimates and invoicing.
Weak internet network? No worries because the SmartServ fire inspection app operates even in offline mode! And the best part, it is user-friendly and connects field techs with back-office in real-time without interruptions.
Yes, SmartServ fire alarm inspection software provides 24/7 live customer support. A dedicated account manager stays in touch with each fire protection company customer for any queries. The users can call or email on any day and at all hours of the day for any queries, including weekends and holidays.
Yes, SmartServ provides fire safety checklists. The users can access digitized NFPA recommended forms and checklists on mobile fire inspection software with a click.
A fire protection technician is a specialist in the science of fire prevention. The technicians commission, install, test, and maintain fire protection systems and equipment, and helps in identifying the risk of fire, and deploys proper safeguards in buildings and other facilities. The federal, state and local firefighting organizations employ fire technicians.
One must be able to cope up with the physical demands of the job, interpret and apply technical regulations, codes, and standards.
- Each company has its own hiring requirements. Therefore, one must know the basics of the field. The best way to achieve it is by volunteering or being a paid firefighter. You can attend a fire training program, pass the physical fitness test, drug test, and background check. Alternatively, one may directly attend a 2-year training program to become a fire protection technician.
- Enroll in a fire protection technician training program, which will employ a combination of classroom and laboratory experience with fieldwork on actual fire scenes. The training program may also include an internship requirement, which places one in service with many employers.
- The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) built a Certified Fire Protection Specialist Board. One will need a bachelor’s degree in fire technology or engineering and two years’ verifiable firefighting experience to qualify for the exam. One can also take the examination by combining a two-year degree with four years of professional experience.
The environment of care (EOC) is a site where the treatment of patients takes place. It has to be a safe and healthy setting for patients, staff members, and other personnel at all times. The EC checklist for fire safety reviews some essential requirements, procedures, and life safety systems like fire sprinkler systems, fire pumps, fire alarm systems, fire suppression systems, fire extinguishers, compartmentation and egress, generator sets/alternative power, etc. The tasks, however, may vary depending on the facility, safety systems, and location. For details, one must contact the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AJH).
Phase 1: Inspecting fire protection equipment or fire safety systems
Phase 2: Identifying fire hazards and people at risk
Phase 3: Assessing risks and evaluating the effectiveness of current measures
Phase 4: Reporting the situation, followed by planning and training as per need
Phase 5: Regular reviewing by the local fire safety authority
As per NFPA 10, an inspection of extinguishers should be done during initial installation and once a month after that. If extinguishers are present in locations where they are more prone to rust, impact, or tempering, the inspection must happen more frequently.
“My technicians and dispatchers just can’t stop talking about how this software is helping them save more than 24 hours a week. My team converted more than 15 NFPA checklist excel forms to digital forms. Now we can pull up reports whenever we want. Schedule recurring inspections. I have an extra day in a week to spend time with my family”
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