Program Management

Posted by michellumb55 on November 2nd, 2019

The AED is a major element in managing any safety program you own. It works well with a comprehensive system within your organization that functions to monitor and maintain compliance with complicated AED Good Samaritan laws in whichever state you belong. It also aids in monitoring and tracking critical elements of your safety programs and you only need to apply the Full Compliance Safety Solution.

Program Management Is The Lifeblood Of Your Safety Program

The above statement is true because a deploying AED services in your business locations is a step to having the safety that your business needs. A comprehensive AED Program reduces risks to do with having an AED Program for example potential litigation.

Benefits Of Program Management

There are many benefits that come with program management and they include,

  • You will have knowledge of your sites and whether they are in compliance with AED Good Samaritan laws or not
  • It will ensure that you have a record of all your program activities, which will be useful in case of a litigation
  • In case there is an event, it will be well that you have licensed physician to review the ECG data saved on the event device
  • It is essential for developing continuity at your business to ensure that your safety program saves information even when a person leaves
  • As you actively monitor all your AED’s you will discover all manufacture and FDA related calls
  • You will be able to track other important items namely Safety Items, First Aid, and disaster supplies on one platform

Full Compliance Safety offers you a well developed and comprehensive Program Management platform that bestows upon your organization the confidence to have and manage their program. This in turn helps to save on cost and the life of somebody in coming times.

The Scope of Program Management

Program management is inclusive of:

  • A customized Administrator Portal
  • Physician oversight
  • Emails that are Auto-generated
  • Supply and training tracking
  • All post-event services
  • Client coordination and orientation

In addition to the above, it also has Introductory email instructions and webinars as required, ongoing phone and email communication that purpose to ensure successful program initiation and continuous ongoing support.

Using the AED

The following will guide you on how to put the AED to use once you have a victim.

  • First, turn the AED on by either pressing the on and off button or lifting the lid of the unit.
  • You will be directed using prompts and then the device will instruct you to place the electrode or pads on the skin of the victim. Place one of the pads on the right upper chest and the second under the left chest of the victim.
  • Once the pads are in these positions, insert the pad connector to the AED, if they are not reconnected
  • Nobody including you should be touching the victim. The machine will give a prompt “analyzing”. CPR efforts must be paused during this moment for the AED to check that the victim’s heart is experiencing V Fib and can be treated with a shock.
  • No bystander should be in contact with the victim as they experience the shock. Press the shock button when you see the victim is “clear”
  • The defibrillator will instruct you to resume CPR after you administer the shock. Leave the pads on the victim’s chest, the AED maintenance on and begin chest compressions for CPR.


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