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AED and Defibrillator Laws for Georgia Now Live

Posted by Wayne Roberts on 2/13/2014 to AED Laws + Codes

All laws and codes for AEDs and defibrillators in Georgia can now be found in our new Resources center. The latest addition is part of our ongoing effort to provide customers and others with the finest information regarding automated external defibrillators. 

Anyone in Georgia that is either in the process of conducting research for a new AED program or is in charge of providing support for an existing program will want to fully familiarize themselves with all Georgia statutes and codes pertaining to automated external defibrillators (or "AED" for short).  

In addition to providing all laws and codes concerning AEDs, we've also highlighted the most important statutes that we tend to see clients overlook. Whereas it's imperative you're fully familiar with all Georgia laws, these codes in particularly you'll want to pay close attention to in order to avoid issues of liability. 

If you're looking for an affordable and easy way to ensure your AED program is complaint with Georgia state law, be sure to check out our AED Concierge Program. This program provides you with the required medical oversight and direction, ensures your device is ready to save a life when needed, all Georgia and federal regulations are being met, and more. For $249/year, you're provided with complete medical coverage as required by the state of Georgia. 

Other perks are also provided within the AED Concierge Program, such as complimentary battery and electrode replacement, online web portal for required monthly records, 24/7 support, and more. 

If you have any questions regarding AED and defibrillator laws for Georgia, please let us know. Feel free to leave your question in the comment field, or simply give us a call toll-free at 1.888.225.7049. 

Every one of our team members will be more than happy to assist you, ensuring your not only ready to save a life, but that you're also fully compliant with what's required in Georgia state. 

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Scott Nelson Date 3/29/2017
The facility in Georgia has 50 employees. Is an AED required? Thanks. Scott
Nick Terrasse Date 12/4/2017
My wife and I now live in Atherton Place, an independent living and memory care facility with 8 floors of apartments. We would like to know how many AED's should the building have and their location. Are there any applicable Georgia laws that apply. I believe there is one located on the first floor at a security station. Is it sufficient?
 
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