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End-of-year AED and First Aid Safety Checklist

End-of-year AED and First Aid Safety Checklist

End-of-year AED and First Aid Safety Checklist

Making a list and checking it twice! Year-end AED safety checklist.

So you’ve made the potentially life-saving decision to equip your home, office, school, or fitness facility with a visible and strategically placed automatic external defibrillator (AED). Good for you! If you haven’t protected your investment with an AED compliance management program like Cardio Partners' LifeShield now’s the time to make sure your AED is rescue-ready! 

Make Sure Your AED is Ready When You Need It

LifeShield offers AED expiration tracking, but if you’re maintaining your AEDs on your own, you’ll want to make sure that your AED’s pads and batteries order and have not reached their expiration dates. 

It’s also a good idea to spend a few moments checking in on state-wide and city-wide AED legislation to make sure you’re on top of the latest requirements and are in compliance with local regulations.

Don’t worry, we’re making everything a little bit easier with our comprehensive end-of-year safety checklist! Please click on the highlighted links to learn more about AED equipment, supplies, and best practices.

Cardio Partners’ End-of-year AED & First Aid Checklist

So long, 2020. Together, we can make 2021 the year we improve SCA survival rates. Print up our end-of-year AED safety checklist, make sure everything’s rescue-ready, and get ready for a great new year! To learn more about our courses or to schedule a training, visit our blog, call our team at 866-349-4362, or email us at customerservice@cardiopartners.com

DISCLAIMER: Information and resources found on the aed.com website and blog are intended to educate, inform, and motivate readers to make their health and wellness decisions after consulting with their healthcare provider. The authors are not healthcare providers. NO information on this site should be used to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease or condition.

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