Audit

Ensure that the alarm on AED cabinet works
To check, open the cabinet door. Do not turn off alarm with key.

Main Hallway

Main Gym

Life Guard Office

MAC Gym

Second Floor Hallway (across from PV room)

Beach Balance

Check AED for damage or foreign substances
If it appears that unit was tampered with, immediately notify: Building Operations Manager

Main Hallway

Main Gym

Life Guard Office

MAC Gym

Second Floor Hallway (across from PV room)

Beach Balance

Check the status/service light indicator
As long as the green READY light is blinking, it is NOT necessary to test the defibrillator by initiating a battery insertion self-test on a weekly basis.
Check the expiration date on the batteries

Main Hallway

Main Gym

Life Guard Office

MAC Gym

Second Floor Hallway (across from PV room)

Beach Balance

Check to make sure the Adult AED pads (1 set) plugged into the AED connector
If loose, reconnect pads to AED connector

Main Hallway

Main Gym

Life Guard Office

MAC Gym

Second Floor Hallway (across from PV room)

Beach Balance

Check expiration date on the Adult AED pads (1 set)
If pads expire within 1 month, immediately notify the Building Operations Manager to order new pads

Main Hallway

Main Gym

Life Guard Office

MAC Gym

Second Floor Hallway (across from PV room)

Beach Balance

Monthly clean exterior and interior of AED unit with soft damp cloth using either soapy water, 70% isopropyl alcohol, or ammonia based cleaner such as Windex if needed (1st Monday of every month)

Main Hallway

Main Gym

Life Guard Office

MAC Gym

Second Floor Hallway (across from PV room)

Beach Balance

On 1st Monday of February and September, remove the battery, reinstall and run battery insertion self-test; follow prompt

Main Hallway

Main Gym

Life Guard Office

MAC Gym

Second Floor Hallway (across from PV room)

Beach Balance

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.