Wisconsin State AED Law

Wisconsin State AED Law

 Summary of Requirements
AED-Check.jpgPhysicianPhysician’s prescription required.
 CPR/AED TrainingNo Current Legislation
AED-Check.jpgEMS NotificationA person who provides an automatic defibrillator or a semiautomatic
defibrillator shall provide written notification to the nearest
emergency medical services program.
AED-Check.jpgMaintenance ProgramMust ensure that the automatic defibrillator or semiautomatic
defibrillator is maintained and tested in accordance with any
operational guidelines of the manufacturer.
 Notification of UseNo Current Legislation

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WI Stat § 895.48 – 2007

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

 Laws / Legislation
 Reference
DateSummary
WI Stat § 118.0762015Outlines AED requirements for schools.
Act 200 2014Authorized a certified first responder to use an AED when appropriate.
ACT 1202011All employees of a child care center are required to know how to operate an AED. Child care residences must have an AED in each building and a staff member with AED training present when residents are there.
AB 7252010Beginning in the 2010−11 school year, each school board operating high
school grades, the operator of each charter school established under s.
118.40 (2r) that operates high school grades, and the governing body of
each private school that operates high school grades shall offer
instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardiocerebral
resuscitation, and the use of an automated external defibrillator to
pupils enrolled in the high school grades in the school district,
charter school, or private school.
WI Stat § 100.178 2007 Outlines AED requirements for fitness centers.

 

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