AED Legal Analysis for Ohio
AED possessor must provide CPR/AED training to expected users, maintain and test AED according to manufacturer’s recommendations, provide physician medical oversight and notify EMS of AED location and type.
Good Samaritan protection provided to rescuers.
|HB 226||Immunity from liability-external defibrillation. A Bill To enact section 3731.25 of the Revised...|
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