Archive - Aug 8, 2008

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Florida Construction Firm Makes AEDs Standard Equipment at Jobsites

August 6, 2008–FORT LAUDERDALE–Florida-based construction firm Moss & Associates yesterday announced a new program to deploy automated external defibrillators (AEDs) at each of its more than 30 jobsites to accelerate a life-saving response in the event of a cardiac arrest. While AEDs are increasingly being installed in public gathering places such as stadiums, shopping malls, hotels, airports, and bus terminals, their use in the workplace is just beginning to gain momentum, said Brian Trusky, Moss vice president-loss prevention. The company will consider AEDs standard safety equipment at all Moss jobsites throughout Florida and the Caribbean.

Trusky said Moss is following AHA guidelines by training job site supervisors and other personnel in the use of AEDs as well as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques. “We believe this investment in AED training and equipment adds a new dimension to our workplace safety program,” he said.

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