Automated External Defibrillator (AED) compliance management systems — like Cardio Partners’ LifeShield AED Compliance Management program — are specialized online tools that help AED owners, AED program managers, and occupational health and safety officers make sure their AEDs are ready to respond in the event of an emergency.
Why do you need one? Because they provide peace of mind by making it easy to track your AED’s component expiration dates and help keep your AED in compliance. Take the guesswork out of owning and maintaining an AED with an online compliance management program.
Did you know that AED owners are held responsible — legally — for making sure their AEDs are ready if needed during a rescue? LifeShield AED Compliance Management is a user-friendly digital tool that enables AED program managers to track when AED pads and batteries are near their expiration dates — or have expired. Users also receive monthly reminders for AED checks and inspections.
Whether you’re keeping track of a single AED or you need to monitor 100 devices, LifeShield is a lifesaver!
What Does LifeShield AED Compliance Management Include?
- Easy-to-use, interactive user dashboard.
- Search your AED inventory by device serial number and verify all compliance statuses at once.
- Easily add new users to your online account.
- Schedule CPR recertification classes.
- Monthly AED check reminders: One less thing to remember to add to the calendar or to-do list! We’ll send check-in reminders each month. You’ll never forget another check-in.
- AED Check Logging: For states that require inspections, an AED Compliance Management system takes care of things for you.
- Courtesy overdue calls: If your inbox is overwhelmed and you missed our monthly email notifications and check-ins, you’ll receive a friendly call from our team.
- AED unit readiness and expiration tracking: Even with check-in reminders and routine preventative maintenance, AEDs — and their components — have expiration dates. LifeLine Compliance Management helps keep your equipment up-to-date.
- Resource library access: Laws regarding AEDs change frequently and vary state-by-state. Stay in the know with a subscription to an online library of legal, statutory, and regulatory requirements.
- EMS notification: Let your local EMS providers know what kind of AED you have onsite so they’ll be well-prepared to assist upon their arrival.
- Medical direction: Most states require medical direction for AEDs. Rest easy with the knowledge that a physician medical director is assigned to each of your AEDs.
- AED oversight: Leave compliance to the compliance professionals with a turn-key management system.
Looking for more reasons why you need an AED Compliance Management program? Check out this post: 3 Reasons Why You Should Care About AED Compliance Management. Or, contact Cardio Partners at 866-349-4363 to learn more. We also welcome your emails, and you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To purchase LifeShield, visit our website!
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