Periodic inspection is one of the key elements in maintaining the safety and productivity of buildings and equipment. This orderly process is very important because it allows the owners and managers of the building and industrial equipment to identify and fix the problems and weaknesses in the building in time. Periodic inspection also improves the efficiency and usability of the equipment and eliminates the serious consequences of not doing it.

Importance of periodic inspection:

  1. Maintain safety: It includes periodic inspection of equipment and buildings, including electrical, gas, water and sewer systems, elevators, and fire escapes. These inspections help to identify possible problems such as deficiencies in electrical systems, gas or water leaks, safety of stairs and elevators. Regular periodic inspection is very important in maintaining building safety and preventing accidents and damage to people and owners.
  2. Access to detailed information: periodic inspection is an opportunity to collect detailed information about the condition and performance of equipment and building and industrial equipment. This information is very useful in diagnosing the problems and maintenance needs of the facility, planning properly and making the right decisions for the improvement and productivity of the building.
  3. Increasing the useful life of equipment: Regular periodic inspection allows owners and managers of buildings and industrial equipment to identify and fix equipment problems and weaknesses in time. These measures increase the useful life of the equipment and reduce the costs of major repairs in the future.
  4. Adherence to regulations and standards: Periodic inspection helps building owners and managers to continuously follow the rules and regulations related to buildings and industrial equipment.