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I am not aware of anytime for a fire log book needs to be kept, but I would want to be able to check the previous test/maintenance and the longest frequency would be the 5 years for extinguishers, (except CO 2), so I think 5 years would be a reasonable time considering many organisations use this time period.

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The bare minimum for active records I advise is the year you are working through and the whole of the previous years entries as most PPM are at least annual (e.g. annual emergency lighting, annual lightning protection, etc). There are of course certain tests that would need to be kept longer due to their interval (e.g. 5 yearly EICR) but for most routine records the 24 month cycle would cover it, although you may wish to keep archived records for longer before disposal say for 5-7 years

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