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New AED Onboarding & Registration

If you purchased your AED with us, thank you! We’re already tracking your AED and you’re registered with the right people. If you did not buy your AED with us, that’s alright, too!

Congratulations! You are the proud owner of 1 or more AEDs. As you are likely already aware, with AED ownership come responsibilities and requirements that you must adhere to so that your AED remains compliant and ready to save a life. We can help you navigate these requirements.

Here are the steps you need to take to ensure your AED remains compliant with the necessary authorities. Our Always Ready AED Training & Management Program is a free service to our customers. For those who bought from someone else, it’s free too. Let us help you stay up date on critical information and on top of expiring equipment and accessories.

To get enrolled in the Always Ready AED Training & Management Program and to ensure your device is properly registered with the proper authorities like the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation, you must take these first four steps:

Step 1: Registering (Onboarding) your AED

If you have recently purchased one or multiple AEDs, please fill out this form to enroll in our complimentary HeartStart AED Management Program. Please fill out this form for each AED you have purchased. Alternatively, you can download the Onboarding form and fax it back to us at (204) 415-1286

  • About your organization

  • About your AED

  • If you have multiple AED's, how you identify them, for example, 1, 2 or 3, or Front Desk, Gym, etc.
Step 2: Confirm that your AED ready for use.
  1. Is your AED ready to be used in the event of a medical emergency? Has it been serviced or checked lately?
  2. Are the electrode pads and / or battery(ies) “ready for use”? (e.g. within the expiry dates?)
Step 3: Ensure your AED is registered with the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Is it compliant and registered with the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada and the Manitoba EMS/911 contact centre? This allows the EMS/911 communications centre to advise people (where an AED is nearby), where to find it.

Step 4: Training and Readiness

Do you have people (staff or volunteers) comfortable enough or trained to use the AED if they had to use it and know when to use it?

Once you’ve completed these steps—for each AED you have purchased—both your organization and your AED (s) will be in our system and we will reach out to you as required to ensure your training and hardware stay up to date.

When you buy an AED from Canadian First-Aid Training, our commitment to you includes:

  • Free training
  • Automatic Reminders
  • 8 year Warranty
  • Free AED Rentals
  • Leasing Options
  • Complimentary Support
  • Unparalleled Customer Service
  • Knowledgeable & Experienced Staff

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