EHS 111: Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Program
To improve emergency response and establish the chain of survival for victims of sudden cardiac arrest
Arizona Revised Statutes §§ 34–401 et seq.; 36–2261 et seq.
American Heart Association
Arizona State University Medical Supervision Policy
Departments using automated external defibrillators and newly constructed and renovated university-owned buildings
Any university-owned or -operated building that is newly constructed or that undergoes a renovation of at least $250,000 must be equipped with automated external defibrillator (AED) units.
Placement of AEDs shall follow the American Heart Association’s Public Access Defibrillation Program protocol. Units should be located where they can be easily accessed; the average person should be able to retrieve the unit and return to the victim within three minutes or less. Use of AEDs is limited to trained employees as prescribed in the Arizona State University Medical Supervision Policy.
|Building Committee or Departments||
|Capital Programs Management Group||
|Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S)||
For further information, see EHS 108, “Environmental Health and Safety Training.”
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