AED SERVICE PLAN
AED Program Compliance and Inspection Plans
Our Program Automates Your AED Inspection Reminders and Expiration Notices
Celtic Rhythm CPR has implemented some of the most successful programs in the region, and we've compiled the best practices into our program management services. These services provide everything you need to help you meet state requirements.
Providing an AED is the first step in preparing for cardiac arrest. The second step is the maintenance of an AED. The third step is often overlooked but is extremely important: Establishing an AED Program Management System.
AEDs have accessory parts (batteries and electrodes) with expiration dates that must be tracked and replaced before expiration. The majority of AED malfunctions are due to improper maintenance or battery failure. AEDs, while easy to use, require ongoing maintenance and program management. A well-designed AED Program includes testing and maintaining your device, which is vital in deploying AEDs in organizations.
Every AED owner is subject to State, and Federal regulations, which must be followed to ensure the Class 3 medical devices are in compliance if the AED is ever used in a rescue. Without having a program management system in place, the company could be liable if a clear record of proper maintenance is not available.
Celtic Rhythm CPR Tracking Plus
Tracking Plus provides everything your organization needs to manage all the components necessary for a compliant and effective AED program.
Celtic Rhythm CPR Tracking Pro
Enjoy all the assurance of AED compliance and add an additional layer of security with a Monthly, Quarterly, or Annual Site Visit.
A certified AED specialist conducts an on-site inspection. Tests are conducted to verify each device will function in an emergency.
Massachusetts State AED Law
Good Samaritan Protection
MA Gen Laws 112 § 12V 1/2 - 2017
Provides Good Samaritan protection for use of an AED and establishes guidelines for AED programs.
Laws / Legislation
Our website's information is not intended as legal advice and may contain inaccurate or incomplete information. We encourage you to contact your state representative should you require more information.