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  • Crash cart is located in a suitable and accessible place. It is locked/sealed

  • Crash cart is clean, not dusty

  • All drawers in the crash cart are labeled according to the contents e.g. Airway

  • Defibrillator is plugged into an electrical outlet at all times except during battery testing

  • Defibrillator is checked in accordance with the operator’s manual. Cleaned and disinfected daily

  • Defibrillator load test is done every shift

  • Defibrillators test strips are kept in the crash cart folder for 1 week. Old checklist for at least 3 months are kept in the Unit Manager's office

  • Medication tray is intact and sealed

  • Oxygen cylinder must have at least 1000 PSI

  • Portable suction machine is available, functioning and checked according to operator manual

  • Availability and functionality of laryngoscope is checked once per month. Spare battery is available with expiry date checked

  • Lock number and its integrity is checked and documented once per shift

  • No expired medications and items

  • The crash cart folder has sufficient Code Blue forms

  • Crash cart is checked once per shift. Documentation of checklist is complete and kept in crash cart folder

  • Crash cart items are arranged in accordance to KFMC Crash Cart File Content

  • The policies and procedures for Code Blue, Crash Cart, Code Blue - Preparedness and Response, and Crash Cart Medication Use are updated with Read & Sign Record

  • Deficient items or inoperative equipment is recorded in the Crash Cart Deficiency Report. Action is taken and documented. Unresolved issues within 24 hours should be reported through Datix

  • The locks are secured in a locked cupboard separate from the crash cart by the Unit Manager

  • The number of intact lock shall be recorded on the checklist and sent to the CPR Committee Coordinator in a quarterly basis

  • Specimen signature of all nursing staff is updated

Reference: CPP 143278 Crash Cart, CBAHI Standards 3rd Edition: PC 31, JCI Standards 7th Edition: COP 3.3

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