AED Legal Analysis for Kentucky
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AED must be on-site for every high school athletic activity or sporting event and high school coaches must be trained in CPR/AED.
AED acquirer responsible for training expected AED users, maintaining AED according to manufacturer’s operational guidelines, EMS notification of AED location and establishing physician medical oversight program to insure compliance with training, maintenance and EMS notification.
Good Samaritan protection for rescuers and physician, trainer, acquirer and entity responsible for AED site if requirements met.
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