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How to Save a Life

Since 1989, 100 percent of TU workplace deaths have been from sudden cardiac arrest. But you have the power to save a life—with no training necessary! AEDs (Automatic External Defibrillators) assist in resuscitating heart attack and cardiac arrest victims, and they are located in every academic and administrative building on campus.  As shown in this short video, AEDs are simple and easy to use. The machines tell you how to use them; you just need to know where they are. See the list of campus AED locations here, and memorize the ones in buildings you frequent.

For additional information about campus AEDs or to take an American Heart Association certified CPR class (which includes AED training), contact Gregg Wood in Environmental Health & Safety at x4-2949.

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