AED programs fail for a number of reasons. AED pads expire, AED batteries go dead and CPR trained staff members to let certifications expire, or move on to other jobs leaving businesses without current on-site certification coverage. Why spend all that money on AEDs and not maintain it properly and risk medical liability? A properly functioning and continuing AED program includes a monthly inspection of the unit’s Ready for Use Light, pad replacement and staff training every two years, and battery replacement about every four years.
"- Vic White , Prairieview- Ogden CCSD #197
Outstanding service by Jen or otherwise the pads in the AED’s for the three buildings she provides service for would have expired after the six months. Jen usually sends me an e-mail or contacts me by phone as a reminder."
"- Jamie Perry , Champaign Urbana Public Health Department
The service that Jen has provided is very helpful. We have a database that she sends out every year as a reminder. Without Vital Tracking our pads would be old."
"- Cathy Barnard , Curves
Jen’s service is amazing and the e-mail reminders are beneficial with keeping me up to date with the services for the AED equipment."