AED owner laws exist in every state but vary widely. These laws require administrative and/or operational procedures for AED programs, help provide Good Samaritan and civil liability immunity protection, or even will mandate AED ownership and deployments.
State AED owner laws do impact AED program operations and create or mitigate liability risk. It is important that you have an accurate and complete understanding of your state's AED laws so you can ensure regulatory compliance, avoid costly administrative sanctions and preserve any available Good Samaritan or civil liability immunity protections as an AED owner or for AED users within your organization.
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