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Vermont AED Law - House Bill 34 (HB 34)

The Vermont AED Law requires owners of an AED to follow certain regulations when owning an AED.  The State of Vermont requires the following:

"(c) Any person who owns or leases an AED shall:

(1) notify the department and the person’s regional ambulance service or first responder service of the existence, location, and type of device the person possesses; and

(2) maintain and test the device in accordance with the applicable standards of the manufacturer."

The State of Vermont requires that the AED be properly maintained by replacing the pads and batteries according to the manufacture's guidelines and to notify local EMS of the placement of the AED. 

To view the Vermont AED Law, CLICK HERE.

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Posted: 3/18/2011 12:19 PM

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Vermont Good Samaritan Law - House Bill 34 (HB 34)

The State of Vermont Good Samaritan Law protects individuals that act in good faith to aid a victim during an emergency.  The Vermont Good Samaritan Law states the following:

"(d)(1) Any person, other than a person defined as a health care provider by section 9432(8) of this title or as emergency medical personnel by subdivision 2651(6) of Title 24 acting in the normal course of his or her duties as a healthcare provider or as emergency medical personnel, who acts in good faith and who renders emergency care by the use of an AED, acquires an AED, owns a premises on which an AED is located, or provides a training course in the operation of an AED or shall not be liable for civil damages for that person's acts or omissions with respect to such use, ownership, or training in the operation of an AED unless those acts or omissions were grossly negligent or willful and wanton."

To view the Vermont Good Samaritan Law, CLICK HERE.

Our goal at AED-SHOP.com is to educate the public about Sudden Cardiac Arrest and how AEDs increase the survival rate. In need of an AED for your organization, CPR training for your staff, or AED replacement accessories?  Contact us today with your questions or concerns at 877-251-7467 or customerservice@aed-shop.com. 

Posted: 4/1/2011 10:03 AM
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