4 Steps To A Worry Free AED Program

4 Steps To A Worry Free AED Program

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You have an AED.  Now what?

If you’ve just purchased an AED, are you wondering what to do next? The steps to implement an effective AED program can take time.  But don’t worry, we’re here to help! Follow these simple steps…

Get a site assessment 

Chances of survival decrease by 10% per minute, so you’ll want to make sure you have enough time to retrieve your AED and treat the victim inside of 3 minutes. Get a site assessment to make sure you can meet this guideline!

Ensure your staff can perform responsibly during an emergency

Make sure all expected users are CPR certified and prepared to use an AED. Demonstration videos can be found for every device on our website, or through YouTube.

Maintain your program

AEDs should be checked on a monthly basis and supplies need to be kept up to date. An AED management program will help track supplies, send inspection reminders, and much more.

Know the requirements

Arm yourself with knowledge by understanding the AED laws in your state.  This will help ensure you have a program that is compliant with any requirement specific to your state.

 

Overall, AED programs assure that your facility is rescue ready. If you have questions, give us a call at (800) 580-1375 or send us an email at customerservice@aedbrands.com

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