Defibrillator Check Rota
Covid-19 Additional Care
When you are carrying out the checks, please can you wear a face mask, sanitise your hands and clean the outer casing of the defibrillator unit with a suitable disinfectant & paper towel.
For a full check, please clean the defibrillator itself and any surface that you come into contact with.
Don’t forget to also clean the kiosk door handle.
The rota for April / May / June is set out below.
If anyone needs to swap their week (due to illness / self isolation / holidays), please can you arrange this amongst yourselves.
Steve in the week of 12th April
Zoe in the week of 19th April
Miller’s Team in the week of 26th April
Amy in the week of 3rd May
Jamie in the week of 10th May
Karen in the week of 17th May
Richard in the week of 24th May
Sean in the week of 31st May
Zoe in the week of 7th June
Steve in the week of 14th June
Miller's Team in the week of 21st June
Amy in the week of 28th June
Note: The weekly Defib checking and reporting is as follows, we have been asked to do a weekly site/ready check and a monthly full check.
Weekly site/ready check
Submit a full weekly report via WEBNOS - you are reporting that the site has been checked and the defib is rescue ready and the tag is not broken.
To do this view through the outer casing cabinet to check that the defibrillator is rescue ready (can you see the tick) please file a full report on line report.
If you see that the red tag has been broken then you do need to do a complete check….see below.
Monthly full check
Once every 4 weeks we need to do a full check (which involves removing the outer case) and again report this on line.
When you do a full check please replace the security tab with a new one, Richard has these in Glass & Craft.