Our Reporting System allows you to see exactly how many devices you have. Each Category is broken down in to type specific to that category.

  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Safety Devices
  • Emergency and Exit Lighting
  • Spill Control
Our system tracks all import dates in relation to fire extinguishers. The manufacture date, the Last 6-year date, and the last hydro date. Our system uses this information to forecast two years in advance of the service requirements of your devices.
Yes, Our system can forecast all schedule maintenance for devices entered into the system. This excludes additional items or unforeseen items such as recharges, or new batteries.
Once an inspection is done, we can apply cost to each unit that is found non-compliant. When we enter this there is a place to check off what you would like fixed. We recommend all items be fixed, but if you have to budget out items. This allows you to pick and choose in accordance with your needs.
When we bar-code a device we enter a description of the location of the device. If you need to find where a device goes, you can hit CTRL + F while inside your report and type in the barcode number located on the device. This will give you that device on the report and the associated location.
Our system is tied into the consumer products safety council. We run all of the serial numbers through this database to ensure no device that you have has had a recall by the manufacturer.
When we perform an inspection we scan all devices. When you look at the report it gives you the date and exact time, down to the second, we were standing in front of that device. There is no way around scanning in the device to inspect it. The report gives you a total number of scanned items on the report. This will read as a percentage of devices scanned.
On the report it will show that the device was not inspected due to its absence. We will replace this device with another device if the absence causes a deficiency.
Each inspection if there are any items that failed during the inspection, it is noted on the inspection report. There is a comments box that allows us to type specific messages for that device. If there are an recommendations that we see while inspecting your premises, we can put those in a building note. These are general notes that do not apply to a specific device.
Our program breaks up how old all of your equipment is in groups, 1-2 years, 2-5 years, 5-10 years, 10-15 years and over 20 years. This allows you to pick a date to know whether to replace a device, or to repair a device. Some insurance carriers want our clients to have no fire extinguisher over 15 years. This function easily identifies this for you.
This will show up on your “my reports” screen on the website. This will be the most recent report that will be located at the top of the list. All reports are entered in chronological order with the most recent being at the top.
There is only one way for us to scan in a device. Each barcode we use is a unique barcode. When we scan a device, we are at the device inspecting it. There is no way for us to fill out the form in the car or while we are on lunch break.

This is a primary example of the power of this system. These reports are stored in multiple locations to ensure compliance with your program. If the building burns down and all paper and inspection files are lost to a fire. You can log in from any computer and retrieve your reports. This is a highly valuable asset to our bar-coding system.

All of your reports are stored in two server rooms on opposite sides of the country. IF there is a natural disaster that causes date lose in one server room, there is a back up of the data on the other side of the country. If you feel uncomfortable about leaving your reports online, you can email them to yourself from the server and store them in a safe location of your choosing.

Yes, you can use an computer that is connected to the internet. Navigate to www.asafire.com and click on the bar-code on the main page. This will direct you to the login page to retrieve your reports.
When we create the building in the program it automatically emails you with your user name and password. If you did not receive this information, please check in your junk mail box folder. If you need further help, please contact us at help@asafire.com.
Navigate to www.asafire.com and click on the bar-code on the main page. This will direct you to the login page to retrieve your reports.
We keep all reports for 5 years. After this they are deleted off of our servers.
These reports are stored on a secure encrypted server. Please do not share your user name and password. We can set up additional users to your account with restricted access.
Yes, If you require additional logins to your buildings please email us at help@asafire.com.
Each building has unique identifier. As we add more buildings to your account they will show up with different titles. There will be a report that is current for Building A and Building B in your “my reports” section.

There are three colors next to the reports.
Green Tag – Inspection found all items to be in compliance
Yellow Tag – There is a note associated with this report. A device note or building note with something observed in during the inspection
Red Tag – There were items that were not in compliance during the inspection.

Yes, When you pull up a report. There is a link to the top left that says Email these reports. Click on the link and it will email the reports to the email address that is on file with our program.