North Dakota State AED Law
| Summary of Requirements
||Must consider recommendations of a licensed physician in establishing the training, notification, and maintenance requirements of this subsection.|
||Every individual expected to use the automated external defibrillator must receive American heart association or American red cross training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator use or an equivalent nationally recognized course in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator use.|
|EMS Notification||No Current Legislation
||Must maintain and test the automated external defibrillator according to the manufacturer's operational guidelines.|
|Notification of Use
||Any person who provides emergency care or treatment to an individual in
cardiac arrest by using the automated external defibrillator shall
contact as soon as possible an appropriate health care provider or
emergency medical services provider.
| Good Samaritan Protection
|No Current Legislation
ND CC § 32-03.1-02.3 - 2005
Provides Good Samaritan protection for use of an AED and establishes guidelines for AED programs.
| Laws / Legislation
|ND CC § 15.1-07-31||2013||The superintendent of public instruction shall purchase AED and distribute the defibrillators to school districts in this state for placement in schools or at the site of school-related activities.|
||An ACT to reimburse school districts and nonpublic schools for expenses incurred in providing CPR and AED training to students.|
||An Act that stipulates who is immune from civil liability after using an AED. It applies to licensed physicians, AED trainers, and the person who is responsible for the site on which the AED is located.|
||Provides for the purchase and distribution of automated external defibrillators to schools.|
|HB 1226||2005||Removes the requirement to notify the state department of health of an automated external defibrillator.|
||Provides automated external defibrillator site requirements and civil liability immunity for use of an AED.|
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