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What is included in the AED Path maintenance program?

Our comprehensive AED maintenance program includes regular on-site inspections, pad and battery replacements before expiration, software updates to ensure your AED meets current standards, access to loaner AEDs when yours is under maintenance, and 24/7 customer support to assist with any questions or emergencies.

How often should an AED be inspected?

For optimal readiness, we recommend inspecting your AED monthly. This ensures that any issues are identified and addressed promptly, keeping the device in peak condition. Recognizing that different organizations have varying capacities for regular checks, AED Path also offers flexible maintenance schedules, including quarterly and annual inspection services, tailored to fit your specific needs and ensure your AED remains ready for any emergency.

Can AED Path service any brand of AED?

Yes, AED Path is equipped to service a wide range of AED brands and models. Our technicians are trained and knowledgeable about the latest AED technology, ensuring that regardless of your device’s make or model, it receives expert care.

What happens if my AED is used in an emergency?

If your AED is used in an emergency, contact us immediately. We provide post-use support, including data download and analysis, device inspection, and replacement of used components like pads and batteries. Our goal is to ensure your AED is back in service as quickly as possible.

How do I know when my AED pads and batteries need to be replaced?

As part of our maintenance program, you don’t need to worry about tracking expiration dates for your AED pads and batteries. We monitor these components for you and automatically replace them before they expire, ensuring your AED is always equipped and ready for use.

Yes, there are legal requirements for maintaining an AED, which can vary by state and sometimes by local jurisdiction. Generally, these laws require regular maintenance checks, including ensuring that batteries and pads are within their expiration dates and that the device is in good working order. AED Path’s maintenance program is designed to help you comply with these regulations, providing peace of mind and legal protection.

Can AED Path help with AED placement and installation?

Absolutely! AED Path offers consultation services for AED placement and installation, ensuring that your device is located in an accessible and strategically optimal position. We follow best practices and guidelines to recommend placement that maximizes the AED’s effectiveness in an emergency.

How does AED registration with EMS work?

Registering your AED with local Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a critical step in ensuring a coordinated response in the event of an emergency. AED Path assists with this process by handling the registration for you, ensuring that EMS is aware of your AED’s location and can provide faster, more informed assistance when called upon.

What is the advantage of having an AED on-site?

The primary advantage of having an AED on-site is the potential to save lives. In the event of sudden cardiac arrest, every second counts, and immediate access to an AED significantly increases the chances of survival. Additionally, having an AED on-site demonstrates a commitment to safety and preparedness, which can have a positive impact on the well-being and confidence of your employees, customers, and community.

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