Weekly Pool Alarm Check

Date & Time Completed
Panic Alarm Check

Ruby Slippers

Any Actions / Notes From Test

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Weekly AED Check

Date & Time Completed
LifePak CR Plus AED
Serial Number: -

Automatic Self-Test
The LIFEPAK CR Plus Defibrillator tests itself each week and every time you turn it on. In addition,
every month, the defibrillator performs a more extensive self-test. This self-test checks the defibrillator’s
circuitry to verify that it is ready for use.

AED Rescue Ready & No Faults Found

Check Physical Structure For Any Damage

Check Pads are In Date

In Correct Location, Response Kit Sealed & Attached To AED

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Pool Extraction Board (PXB)

Date Completed

Royal Life Saving Society Pool Extraction Board

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Pool Extraction Board (PXB)
Readiness for Use Check Sheet

Straps - Ensure strap and stored in the closest position and are not rolled, wrapped, folded*. Ensure straps are free from damage

Head Blocks - Ensure blocks and VELCRO is in place. Ensure head blocks are free from damage

Head Block Strap - Ensure strap is attached to head block. Ensure head block strap are free from damage

Anchor Mat & Fixing Plate - Ensure Anchor mat is free from damage and fixing plate is secure

Back Pad - Ensure back pad is free from damage

Bungs - Ensure bungs are free from damage and secure

Bracket - Ensure bracket is free from damage and secure

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Weekly First Aid Checks

Date & Time Completed
First Aid Box Checks
Poolside - First Aid Kit

Is The Kit Sealed?

Accident Report Forms (5)

A Selection of Plasters (20 / 2 Packs)

Triangular Bandages (3)

Eye Pads (2)

Sterile Dressing (Small) (4) ?

Sterile Dressing (Medium) (4)

Sterile Dressing (Large) (4)

Medi Wipes (10)

Face Shield (2)

Pair of Gloves (6)

Safety Pins (6 / 1 Pack)

Eye Wash Sachet (2)

Tuff Cut Scizzors (1)

Ice Packs (2)

Yellow Bags (2)

Heat Retaining Blanket (2)

Body Spill Kit (1)

Has The Kit Been Re-Stocked & Re-Sealed?

Poolside - Bio hazard Kit

Is The Kit Sealed?

Disinfectant Trigger Spray

Super Absorbent Granules

Pair of Gloves (5)

Has The Kit Been Re-Stocked & Re-Sealed?

Plant Room - First Aid Kit

Eye Wash Station - Is The Station Stocked & Safe To Use?

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Weekly Call Point Test

Date & Time Completed
Call Point Test
Select Call Point Tested

Audibility Indicators Working (Sounders)

Visual Indicators Working (Beacons)

Any Faults

Take A Picture Of The Fault

Any Further Comments / Actions Needed? - Record N/A If Not

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Weekly EEB Check

Date & Time Completed
Emergency Evacuation Bag Check; Including the SIMP
Serious Incident Management Pack, Emergency Action Plan & Building Plans

ENSURE THE PACK IS READ & CHECKED THOROUGHLY

Check That It's Up To Date, Not Defaced, Not Missing Anything, In Good Condition

Check The EAP is the most up to date copy, Not Defaced, Not Missing Anything, In Good Condition

Check The Building Plans are present, Not Defaced, Not Missing Anything, In Good Condition

First Aid Kit - Check Quantities

Is The Kit Sealed?

Large Bandages (4)

Medium Bandages (2)

Eyepad Bandages (2)

Antiseptic Wipes (20)

Eye Wash Sachets (5)

Pack Of Assorted Plasters (2 Packs)

Triangular Bandages (2)

Face Shields (2)

Safety Pins (Pack of 6)

Detectable Tape (1)

Ice Packs (2)

Eye Wash Sachet (5)

Is The Kit Restocked & Sealed?

Emergency Equipment - Check Quantities (In Zipped Pocket)

2x High Visibility Vests - Checking That They Are In Good Condition, Clean Etc

1x Main Torch - Check Is In Good Working Order, Casing Not Cracked & Clean

Consumables / Supporting Equipment - Check Quantities

Notepad & Paper - Check In Good Condition, 2x Pens Working

Any Issues Highlighted, Corrected & Kit Fully Stocked

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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.