Daily Checks

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Cabinet Code:- C159
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Self Tests

The AED runs automatic self tests at regular time intervals:
◆ The daily self test checks the battery, pads, and the electronic components.
◆ The weekly self test completes a partial charge of the high voltage electronics circuitry in addition to the items tested in the daily self test.
◆ The monthly self test charges the high voltage electronics to full energy in addition to the items tested in the weekly self-test. A subset of the self tests is also run each time the lid of the AED is closed.

When performing a self test, the AED:
1. Turns the Rescue Ready indicator red.
2. Automatically performs the appropriate self test.
3. Shows the Rescue Ready status.
If the test is successful, the Rescue Ready status is green.

If the AED detects an error, the Rescue Ready indicator remains red. A beep sounds every 30 seconds.

AED Check Points

Philips Heartstart Defibrillator (under counter)

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Checks

Check The Rescue Ready Indicator & Pads Indicator To Ensure Device Is Fully Operational

Does the device shows any signs of stress / damage

Response Pack Sealed & Inside AED Case Lid

Check AED is stored under counter

IF ANY DEFECTS ARE PRESENT, INFORM DUTY MANAGER - OPERATIONS IMMEDIATELY TO CONTACT WEL MEDICAL

AED Check Points

iPAD SP1 (Outside on wall)

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Checks

Check The Rescue Ready Indicator & Pads Indicator To Ensure Device Is Fully Operational

Does the device shows any signs of stress / damage

Check The Battery Indicator To Ensure It Has Adequate Charge

Response Pack Sealed & Inside AED Case Lid

Check AED Is Stored In Cabinet

IF ANY DEFECTS ARE PRESENT, INFORM DAN FLIPPANCE, ASSISTANT MANAGER - OPERATIONS IMMEDIATELY TO CONTACT WEL MEDICAL

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