• It is the responsibility of school principals and staff to assess the threats and hazards that will most likely impact a school.

    To allow for, and to plan an effective response to locally identified threats and hazards, schools are required to carry out and document regular drills. [...]

  • Recent changes have been made to legislation to increase the number of AEDs in and around the state of California.

    New California legislation (AB 2009) will require at least one AED to be available on school campuses and accessible during athletic activities as of July 1st, 2019. [...]

  • SCA is a leading cause of death in the US and sadly it does not discriminate, meaning that children can also experience a sudden cardiac arrest. Approximately 9,500 children and young people are affected by SCA annually with up to 95% of these victims losing their lives. [...]

  • ZOLL devices have a longer pad and battery life so by trading your school’s AED up to a ZOLL AED Plus, you could save an average of 15% compared to other devices on the market. [...]

  • It's officially Summer! That means school's out and camp's in! Summer camp is such a hallmark experience for many as they walk away with fun memories and new friends. However, amid all the fun times, there are still chances of emergencies occurring. [...]

  • Despite being the number one killer on school campuses in the U.S, nothing can mentally prepare a teacher for when they have to treat one of their students for Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). [...]

  • Did you know having basic knowledge of life skills such as CPR could be the difference between life and death? [...]

  • In early Autumn of 2017, 16-year-old Deirianny Brea suffered a cardiac arrest at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School, in the state of Massachusetts.

    Upon hearing of the collapse which was communicated over a two-way radio by the school nurse, Principal Eric Buckley along with staff members grabbed their on-site AED before heading to the scene. [...]

  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the leading cause of death in the US, claiming the lives of 600,000 Americans every year.

    But did you know, from these statistics it was revealed that it was the second leading cause of death for young adults under the age of 25? [...]