Cal Poly's Public Access Automated External Defibrillator Program Site Responsibilities
An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a portable medical device which can restart the heart of a person in cardiac arrest. AEDs are simple and safe to use when the manufacturer’s instructions are followed. Departments are encouraged to explore purchasing this potentially life-saving device; however there are responsibilities and costs that come with owning and maintaining a departmental AED. Cal Poly's Public Access AED Program Site Responsibilities document outlines the program requirements for AED's on campus. Additionally, three supporting documents for the AED program are listed below.
- Google Map of AED locations
- Cal Poly's AED Program FAQ
- Cal Poly Public Access Automated External Defibrillator Program
- Public Access AED Site Notification
- Public Access AED Notification of Use
If you are interested in maintaining an AED in your department, please contact Vivian Longacre, Campus AED Program Coordinator at ext. 6-6628, or email@example.com.