Are You Meeting AED Ownership Requirements?

AED owners are legally responsible for their units. To ensure compliance, and emergency readiness, each unit must meet certain requirements from the FDA, the local state, and individual AED manufacturers. From Fortune 50 companies to universities to small businesses — we support our clients with an unmatched program offering peace of mind.

AED Expiration Tracking
Know exactly when pads & batteries need replaced—as well as when training certifications expire. No second guessing or losing track of time.


Inspection Logging
We won't let you forget to check your AED. Receive monthly reminders for AED checks, inspection screens, and a single point of access to inspection documentation.


24-Hour Helpline
We're here for you. LifeShield customers have 24/7 access to our experts to help answer questions and troubleshoot concerns.

AED Law & Legislation Tracking
With access to local laws, state laws, and pending legislation, you'll be the first to know about changes that affect your business.


Prescription & Medical Oversight
You're covered. We provide the prescription for each AED you purchase, in accordance with the FDA and our medical director can approve rescue protocols.


EMS Notification
We make your AED information available to EMS to help guide efforts in an emergency. This helps them know the information before they get on scene.

And there's more...

  • Instantly Track AEDs by location.
  • Search your AED inventory by device serial number.
  • Verify all compliance statuses at once.
  • Authorize new coordinators on your team.
  • Schedule recertification training for CPR classes.
  • View all data in convenient dashboard form.
  • Track AED pad and battery expiration dates.
  • Run and download reports into Excel.
  • Track equipment inspections.