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Oregon Requires AED’s in Schools

aeds in schools

The state of Oregon passed legislation that will require all schools in the state to install and maintain at least one Automated External Defibrillator. Oregon SB 1033 Relating to automated external defibrillators in schools; creating new provisions; and amending ORS431.680

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How to choose a CPR and First Aid Trainer


Choosing a CPR Instructor is an important task that is often overlooked and under appreciated. With more and more people becoming “CPR trainers” with thoughts of making a quick buck, there is a lot of choices in CPR Instructors available.

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Emergency Preparedness Products


With the recent devastation in Japan that has rocked the world, we have many of our local customers asking themselves “Am I really prepared for the BIG ONE”. Japan has long been know as one of the most “prepared” counties

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New 2010 CPR Guidelines Released


On October 18, 2010 the American Heart Association released the new 2010 CPR and First Aid Guidelines. Here are just a few of the highlights from the 2010 release. Emphasis on High Quality Compressions Compressions are now at a rate

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Northwest Health and Safety Inc. announces the launch of a new website AEDUniverse.com


The new website will highlight Northwest Health and Safety Inc. commitment to providing quality AED’s and AED accessories at affordable prices. AEDUniverse.com will feature AED’s from leading manufactures: Cardiac Science, ZOLL, Heartsine, Defibtech, Philips and Physio-Control (formerly Medtronic). Along with

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