AEDs & Emergency

Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are life-saving devices critical in the event a Sudden Cardiac Arrest occurs during the workday. But it’s not enough to have an AED– these devices require proactive support and ongoing maintenance to keep them READY™ to save a life.

With hundreds of AED saves to date, Cintas can make it easy for you to manage your AED program from start to finish.

For our complete line of AED offerings, view our Product and Services Guide.

How An AED & Emergency Products Service Works

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You determine the type, location and number of AEDs needed for your business

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Installation: Your AED is professionally installed

Training: receive a discounted rate on your AED training when you schedule a First Aid, CPR/AED and Bloodborne Pathogen course when executing a Service Agreement

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Service Visits:

Pad and battery replacement

Software upgrades 

LifeREADY 360™: Ongoing LifeREADY 360™ support for medical direction, tracking, registration with EMS and post-event guidance*

AEDs & Emergency Products

*Customer must obtain a prescription for the AED Device(s) and the AED Device(s) must be subject to medical oversight. Cintas is not a health-care provider and does not issue the prescription, provide medical insight, or provide other related healthcare or medical services. Rather, when executing a Service Agreement, Customer recieves access to a third-party at no additional cost to Customer, who provides a prescription for the AED Device(s), provides medical oversight, registers the AED Device(s) with local EMS, and provides Customer access to the third-party's online software portal.

The "AED Program" includes ONLY the sale or service agreement of AEDs and periodic inspection of the AEDs to determine whether the batteries and/or pads for the AED have expired.  If expressly and separately purchase by Customer, Cintas may also provide AED and CPR Training, and access to LifeREADY 360™ website. "AED Program" expressly excludes any risk or hazard analysis of any kind of type, including (but not limited to) recommendations regarding the type, number, or placement of AEDs at Customer's facility. Customer is solely responsible for choosing the type and number of AEDs needed and the placement of those AEDs within its facility(ies) and notifying Cintas of any faults, alarms, or indications that AED is not functioning properly between Cintas's periodic service visits.

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