It's a Sign

Publisher: Emergency Skills

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It's a Sign

Your company has purchased AEDs, you’ve trained staff, but does anyone know where the defibrillators are located? Show off the life-saving program you just implemented. Seconds count in a cardiac emergency. Retrieving the AED when someone is unconscious should be quick and practically automatic. Good signage is critical. Regular reinforcement of AED locations will ensure you are prepared to save a life. Signage is so important that New York State passed a law requiring a sign listing the locations(s) of your AEDs at the main entrance.