New Hampshire State AED Law

New Hampshire State AED Law

 Summary of Requirements
AED-Check.jpgPhysicianPhysician prescription required.
AED-Check.jpgCPR/AED TrainingEvery person, association, corporation or other organization that
acquires an automated external defibrillator shall require anticipated
responders expected to use the automated external defibrillator to
receive training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external
defibrillator use.
AED-Check.jpgEMS NotificationThe owner of an automated external defibrillator shall register with the
department of safety under RSA 153-A:32 within 30 days of acquisition.
AED-Check.jpgMaintenance ProgramThe defibrillator must be maintained according to the manufacturer’s operational guidelines
 Notification of UseNo Current Legislation

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NH Rev Stat § 153-A:31 – 2002

Provides Good Samaritan protection for use of an AED and establishes guidelines for AED programs.

 Laws / Legislation
 Reference
DateSummary
HB 4972009Establishes meeting requirements for the AED advisory commission and reduces the commission’s responsibilities to provide advice for AED programs.
HB 11362008Limits the training requirement for automated external defibrillator use to anticipated responders.
 NH Rev Stat § 153-A:302008Outlines instructions to ensure the public health and safety for a person that acquires an AED.
 NH Rev Stat § 153-A:332002Outlines the responsibilities of: the owner of an AED and the manufacturer of the AED.
NH Rev Stat § 153-A:322002There shall be established in the department of safety a registry for all automated external defibrillators in the state. The department is authorized to release information from the registry to first responders in an emergency through the enhanced 911 system. Registration shall include the address and precise location of the automated external defibrillator.
NH Rev Stat § 153-A:292002Defines: Automated External Defibrillator.
NH Rev Stat § 153-A:282002I. The use of automated external defibrillators addresses an important public health problem in New Hampshire. It is the intent of the legislature to encourage the use and availability of automated external defibrillators, along with training in the use of automated external defibrillators, for the purpose of saving the lives of people in cardiac arrest.
II. Further, the legislature strongly encourages dissemination of educational information regarding automated external defibrillators and encourages that access to these lifesaving devices be made widely available to businesses, schools, fire and police departments, and other public and private organizations throughout the state.
SB 3862002Establishes an automated external defibrillator registry in the
department of safety, and requires commercial owners to register their
devices.
SB 671999Provides for immunity protection, requires training.

 

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