AED Registration

State of Texas Health & Safety Code, AEDs ↑ Addresses Definitions, Training Requirements, Maintenance, Use, Notification to Local EMS Provider, Liability Exemption, and Possession of an AED City of Georgetown Local Fire Code/Ordinance, AEDs ↑ City of Georgetown’s adopted 2015 International Fire Code, addressing Automated External Defibrillators (Sec. 8.04.560 – Section 520) Georgetown Fire Department AED Registration Form
Texas Summary
Good Samaritan Law
Protection from liability is extended to good faith users, AED trainers, and AED-prescribing physicians as well as to AED acquirers, owners, and lessees who are in compliance with code requirements.
AED Training
An AED acquirer is responsible for ensuring that AED users receive training in CPR/AED and for notifying local EMS of the existence, location, and type of AED.
AED Maintenance
The owner or lessee of an AED is responsible for maintenance and testing of the AED according to the manufacturer’s guidelines.
Medical Oversight
The medical oversight of a licensed physician is required for each AED program to ensure compliance with the law. 
At least one AED is required on each school campus and, for any gathering of a substantial number of students, the AED and an employee trained in AED must be readily available.

Students must receive CPR training once in grades 7-12.

Dental Offices / Nursing Homes / Extended Care Facilities
At least one AED is required at each dental office, nursing home, convalescent facility, and pediatric extended care facilities, and at least one employee trained in CPR/AED must be on site.
Nursing Facilities
Nursing Facilities are required to have at least one AED and a CPR/AED trained staff member on each floor and in each building. Physician oversight is required in nursing homes.
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