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State of Oregon Senate Bill 556; AED, AEDs 4/15/2010

The State of Oregon has instituted a new AED law that requires certain organizations to obtain an AED for their locations. This new AED law goes into effect on January 1, 2010.

On January 1, 2010, the State of Oregon’s Senate Bill 556 will take effect. The State of Oregon created Senate Bill 556 to ensure the safety of anyone that suffers from sudden cardiac arrest at a place of business by requiring organizations to obtain an automated external defibrillator (
AED). The organizations that are required to purchase an AED are organizations that have a public access building of 50,000 square feet or more and that have 25 or more people in the building at one time. The only organizations that are excluded from this new law are schools and churches.

To view the details about the State of Oregon’s Senate Bill 556, please

Of course, it is recommended that an organization should evaluate their building to determine if they need more than one
AED. The reason for the evaluation is due to “drop and shock” rule. The “drop and shock” rule states that it should take no more than 2-3 minutes for a responder to retrieve the AED, drop the AED, and shock the victim. This rule gives the victim the largest possibility of surviving sudden cardiac arrest.

AED-SHOP.com would like to assist the organizations in the State of Oregon that are required to obtain an AED. AED-SHOP.com offers six of the top AED manufactures. AED-SHOP.com works with each organization on a one on one basis to determine the proper amount of AEDs necessary to stay within the 2-3 minute “drop and shock” rule.

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Maryland House Bill 293; AED, AEDs 3/11/2010

The State of Maryland has introduced House Bill 293 which required a physical therapy office to have an automated external defibrillator (AED) on site and to have a staff member trained in CPR and how to use the AED.

On January 27, 2010, the State of Maryland introduced House Bill 293. House Bill 293 will require Physical Therapy Office to have an automated external defibrillator (AED) on site. The House Bill 293 does not apply to any licensed physical therapist who works in a setting outside of the physical therapy office or hospital or related institutions stated in
Article 19-301 of the Health – General.

House Bill 293 prohibits any licensed physical therapist from performing physical therapy unless there is an automated external defibrillator present and there is a staff member present that has received certification in CPR and the use of the AED.

House Bill 293 will go into effect on October 1, 2010.

CLICK HERE for more details about House Bill 293.

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