Typically, an AED Program Manager must manage, maintain and track a number of AEDs. This could be fewer than ten AEDs. More complex situations could involve hundreds of AEDs. Many organizations don’t have the resources to give someone AED program management even as a secondary responsibility. Only in the largest operations will AED program management qualify as a full-time position.
Therein lies the rub. How well your AEDs are managed can make all the difference when it comes to being prepared to save lives and stay in compliance with your local Good Samaritan laws and regulations.