Lake Forest Successful program management requires ongoing monitoring of the equipment, training, people, and events to mitigate risks within the program. Think Safe helps you manage your program with bundled complete monitoring and oversight solutions or add-on services and technology that offer best-in-class, industry leading, and cost effective solutions for any budget.
The responsibility list of an an in-house AED program manager includes set-up, documentation, fulfillment, arranging medical oversight, ongoing training and equipment maintenance. Unless you have an in-house system of readiness with multiple levels of verification, your AED program manager is under supported. If your facility’s AED isn’t up to date, and your staff isn’t trained, you are not ready when someone experiences sudden cardiac arrest. Don’t put your organization in this heart-breaking situation marred by financial liability.
Whether you are looking for outsourced servicing solutions or providers or discover tools to make your in-house program is ready and compliant, let Think Safe help you. First Voice Manager (FVM) or Compliance Management Software (CMS) can make it easy by setting reminders, checking for inspection frequency, and giving you peace of mind knowing your AEDs are up to date and in working order.
First Voice Medical Direction Services from Think Safe provide oversight and sign-off of your AED program, and provides all legal protections for state / local civil liability immunity laws according to where the AEDs are placed.
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AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) run daily self-tests to make certain they will function properly in an emergency. If there is a problem, the AED goes into fault mode. This fault mode can happen at any time and can render the AED useless. And if the AED doesn’t work when needed, people can die. Then lawsuits follow. It is impossible to keep a constant watch over the AED to make certain that it is working. However, Think Safe’s First Voice Manager and AED NOTIFY or HEARTSAFE mobile applications protect you by allowing integration with remote monitoring systems to ensure the AED administrator is notified and alerted that something is needing attention. Think Safe software also allows taking that non-compliant AED offline for mapping and location awareness to other nearby users. Find out more about the cellular RMS systems or the WI-FI RMS system upgrades that Think Safe offers by contacting us today.
AED mapping solutions developed by Think Safe are based on highly specialized and dedicated databases hosted in the cloud. AED locations can be distributed in real time to professional applications used by emergency services as well as to general public mobile apps.
AED mapping makes every second count in the fight against Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). SCA is the leading cause of death in the US, according to the Institute of Medicine and it is a worldwide problem. The cardiac chain of survival; calling 911, starting CPR and using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) within 3 to 5 minutes of collapse are critical.
Minutes and seconds matter while waiting for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and an AED needs to be used before EMS arrival and as soon as possible after collapse during SCA emergencies.
Think Safe tools such as the AED Notify and Heartsafe mobile apps as well as our First Voice Manager software, offer the most current and comprehensive Automated External Defibrillator (AED) location notification registry of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) for Private or Community Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) programs. AED Notify allows adding and placing (registering) an AED location on a map by GPS coordinates (“Place It”) so that users of this application can find nearby public or their own private nearby AEDs. AED Notify fills a critical information gap and can save valuable minutes of time from collapse to time of shock using the AED, making minutes matter while waiting for EMS arrival, improving survival rates.
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