Reporting & Documentation

Reporting & Documentation

Best in the Business

Our goals are simple. First, to ensure you pass your inspections, and secondly, to ensure your facility remains safe and fully compliant with all building and fire codes.

To that end, PREVENT delivers the necessary documentation to substantiate your compliance – a floor-by-floor statement of examination and schedule of condition of all fire barrier equipment and systems required by law.

Our inspection and service reports are accurate, easy to understand, and include precise visual mapping. We’re proud to produce what our clients tell us is the best in business – they know they can rely on us to get it right.

We provide inspection-ready life safety reporting for all passive fire barriers:




Bound in our distinctive PREVENT green, everything you need to demonstrate compliance is within easy reach. We also provide digital documentation via our Client Portal – a secure online storage account for every client, which can be remotely accessed for download or transfer of plans and reports 24/7.  PREVENT Customer Portal

Please reach out if you would like to see a sample report – one of our Account Managers will be happy to oblige. Contact PREVENT


Our reporting provides the foundation of your compliance.

More About Reporting


Join us for an informative breakfast discussion on June 13th at the @IFMAPhoenix breakfast meeting at the UofA Phoenix Biomedical Campus, followed by 1-1 expert Q&A and a short walking tour on campus. Our CEO, Dennis Cohan, will be speaking...

Read More

Firestop FAQ – What You Need to Know

Firestop FAQ – What You Need to Know Your facility has recently undergone some IT changes, which means penetrations and wires are running through walls that hadn’t previously. Now you face the challenge of figuring out how to go about...

Read More

Is Tech Making Fire Damper Inspections Better or Worse

Is Tech Making Fire Damper Inspections Better or Worse Technology has given us immense convenience and flexibility. However, in the case of fire dampers that are installed in facilities such as hospitals, colleges and universities, and company offices, there are mixed...

Read More