Ensure any large debris that may have fallen on the ride length is removed. Pay particular attention to any water injection or removal points.
Check the fiberglass (interior and exterior) as well as steel components for any signs of damage or corrosion. Check the fiberglass joints for gaps, misalignment and/or degraded sealant.
Identify any structural problems to the proper authority and do not use the deficient flume until the problem(s) have been corrected.
Identify & fix any gelcoat chips or cracks as well as missing/deteriorated sealant.
Clean the ride surface. The exterior can be cleaned with a pressure washer at a pressure not exceeding 2000 psi.
Conduct any maintenance or start-up procedures on pumps, scales, conveyors, lighting systems etc.
Initiate water and check for visible dry spots due to blocked sprinklers.
Double check that flow rates and water levels are correct.
Review the inventory to ensure sufficient spare parts and ride vehicle quantities.
Test the ride with a lifeguard or water ride attendant before opening to public.