AED Legal Analysis for Connecticut

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Summary

All schools must have an AED, trained staff, and a response plan for sudden cardiac arrest. Colleges with athletic programs must have an AED and at least one person on the athletic staff trained in CPR/AED. Golf courses must have an AED.
Good Samaritan protection for rescuers trained in CPR/AED and to anyone who provides or maintains an AED. Trainers and medical directors are not included.
No training, registration, medical oversight or specific maintenance requirements.
Students in middle or high school must have CPR training before graduation.

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