AED Legal Analysis for Wisconsin

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AED provider responsible for AED testing and maintenance in accordance with manufacturer’s guidelines and notifying EMS of AED location.
Health club employees must be CPR/AED trained.
Good Samaritan protection for rescuer and provider if AED has been properly maintained and tested.
High school students must receive CPR/AED training.


Statute Law Type Effective Date Abstract
An Act relating to: repealing, consolidating, renumbering, amending, and revising various provisions of the statutes for the purpose of correcting errors, supplying omissions, correcting and clarifying references, eliminating defects, anachronisms, conflicts, ambiguities, and obsolete provisions, reconciling conflicts, and repelling unintended repeals (Correction Bill). This correction bill, prepared by the Legislative Reference Bureau under s. 13.92 (1) (bm) 1. and 2. and (2) (i) and (L), stats., is explained in the NOTES in the body of the bill. In accordance with current drafting style, commas before the last item in a series are added throughout this bill. "Which" is replaced by...
Relating to: recognizing February 2010 as American Heart Month. Assembly Joint Resolution relating to: recognizing February 2010 as American Heart Month.
Relating to: declaring June 1 to 7, 2011, as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillator Awareness Week. Senate Joint Resolution relating to: declaring June 1 to 7, 2011, as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillator Awareness Week.
An Act to renumber 49.45 (3) (m) and 440.01 (1) (a); to renumber and amend 48.67, 440.983 (2) and 446.02 (2) (b); to amend 100.178 (2) (a) and (b), 100.178 (5) (a) and (b), 446.02 (1) (b), 446.02 (3g) (b), 446.02 (3r), 448.953 (2) (intro.), 448.953 (2) (b), 448.953 (3) (a), 448.953 (4) (a) and 460.05 (3) (intro.); and to create 46.03 (38), 48.67 (3), 48.67 (4), 48.67 (5), 48.67 (6), 49.45 (3) (m) 2., 50.36 (5), 146.50 (9m), 254.47 (6), 440.01 (1) (ad), 440.01 (1) (ag), 440.01 (1) (i), 440.982 (1m) (d), 440.983 (2) (b), 446.02 (2) (b) 3., 447.02 (2) (f), 448.9525 (1) (e), 448.953 (1) (i), 448.955 (2) (d), 460.04 (2) (e) and 460.05 (1) (i) of the statutes; relating to: requirements to...
2006-06-14 An Act to amend 146.50 (8g) (title), 146.50 (8g) (b), 146.50 (8g) (c) (intro.), 146.50 (8g) (c) 1., 146.50 (8g) (c) 2., 146.50 (8g) (d), 895.48 (4) (a) (intro.), 895.48 (4) (a) 2., 895.48 (4) (a) 3. and 895.48 (4) (b) 1. of the statutes; relating to: providing immunity from civil liability for users, owners, and providers of automatic defibrillators for acts or omissions in rendering emergency care in good faith. (FE). Under current law, certain persons who are not emergency medical technicians or first responders-defibrillation, but who have received training in a course that is approved by the Department of Health and Family Services, may use semiautomatic defibrillators in rendering...
2010-05-25 An Act to create 118.076 of the statutes; relating to: providing instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardiocerebral resuscitation, and the use of an automated external defibrillator to high school pupils. (FE). This bill requires operators of high school grades, including school boards, operators of independent charter schools, and the governing bodies of private schools, to offer enrolled high school students instruction in cardiopulmonary and cardiocerebral resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator. The instruction must be based on an instructional program established by the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association or on other nationally...

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