Weekly checks

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.

Defib 1- reception - TO CHANGE - CARDIAC SCIENCE G5

Check green signage is showing

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Is the AED in the correct location

Is the response kit sealed and attached to the AED

Is there any visual faults

Completed by (name and sign)
Defib 2- First aid room

Check green light is flashing

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Is the AED in the correct location

Is the response kit sealed and attached to the AED

Is there any visual faults

Completed by (name and sign)
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.