Michigan state AED and defibrillator laws are now featured in our Resources center. Part of our ongoing effort to provide individuals with the finest information regarding AEDs, the Michigan AED and defibrillator laws is our latest addition to our state-by-state guide.
Michigan residents either conducting research for a new AED program or in charge of supporting an existing AED program will want to fully familiarize themselves with all of the statutes and codes for the state of Michigan.
For your convenience, we've also highlighted the most important of statutes and codes in red. While anyone in charge of an AED program will want to know all of the laws for the state of Michigan, the statutes highlighted in red you'll want to pay particularly close to attention to in order to avoid issues of liability.
If Michigan residents wanting an affordable way to ensure their AED program is fully compliant with Michigan state law, check out our AED Concierge Program. The program equips you with medical oversight and direction, ensures your AED is ready to save a life, all federal and Michigan state AED requirements are met, and more.
Other perks are also provided, such as complimentary electrode and battery replacement, online web portal for monthly records, 24/7 support, and more.
If you have any questions regarding AED and defibrillator laws for the state of Michigan or any other, please let us know. Feel free to leave your question in the comment field below, or simply give us a call toll-free at 1.888.225.7049.