Below is a list of AED units located on St. Cloud State's campus:
- Atwood Memorial Center, On the wall just north of the information desk.
- Atwood Memorial Center, 2nd floor S.E. entrance door into Ballroom.
- Recreation Sports Area, Halenbeck Hall, Student Rec desk.
- Recreation Sports Area, Halenbeck Hall, Student Rec desk - Sports Mobile.
- Halenbeck Hall, Corridor outside room 327 (close to upper pool deck).
- Halenbeck Hall, Human Performance Lab.
- Halenbeck Hall, Sport Medicine, traveling #1.
- Halenbeck Hall, Sport Medicine, traveling #2.
- Halenbeck Hall, Sport Medicine, traveling #3.
- Miller Center, Lobby near the coffee shop.
- National Hockey Center, Practice rink outside the pro-shop door.
- National Hockey Center, Equipment & first aid room 215.
- Performing Arts Center, West lobby, 1st floor.
- Public Safety, Public Safety patrol vehicle 1.
- Public Safety, Public Safety patrol vehicle 2.
- Public Safety, Public Safety patrol vehicle 3.
- Stewart Hall, 1st floor lobby, near elevator.
- Medical Clinic (Eastman Hall), 1st floor lobby, near fireplace lounge.
- Wick Science Building, 1st floor east lobby, near the elevators.
- Garvey Commons, 1st floor near room 103.
- Administrative Services Building, 1st floor north lobby.
- Kiehle Visual Arts Center 1st floor student lounge area.
- Riverview, 1st floor room 117, Communication Studies office.
- Centennial Hall, 3rd floor breakroom 361.
- Education Building, 1st floor room A110, Education Dean’s office.
- Engineering & Computing Center, 1st floor room 139.
- Minnesota Highway Safety & Research Center, Main office area.
- Facilities Management, Main office area.
- Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility, 1st floor west lobby.
It is possible for an AED to be moved temporarily to provide coverage for a special event. Contracted and other community activities are not guaranteed access to the AED as part of standard rental contracts.
Instructions for proper AED unit use
Please view the video links listed below:
When to use AED
• The AED will be brought to all medical emergencies.
• The AED should be used on any person that displays ANY of the symptoms of cardiac arrest (unresponsive, absent breathing or not normal breathing).
The AED will be used only after the following symptoms are confirmed:
- Victim is unresponsive or appearing unresponsive.
- Victim is not breathing, or not breathing normally.
- Pulse checks have been removed and should not be performed at all.
AED Responders (Trained Security and/or Lay Rescuer)
- Call 911 & obtain the closest AED, while someone begin hands only CPR (chest compressions 100/MIN only, without ventilations). Do not delay calling 911/obtaining AED to deliver CPR.
- Once AED arrives power the device on and follow voice prompts. At this time the AED becomes the team leader.
- Understand and comply with requirements of this program.
- Minnesota Good Samaritan Laws protects all volunteer rescuers, & under implied consent.
Volunteer Responder Responsibilities
Anyone can provide voluntary assistance to victims of a medical emergency. The extent to which these individuals respond shall be appropriate to their comfort and training level. The American Heart Association stated in 2010, that at a minimum, any person should attempt to use the AED and deliver hands only CPR, whether the rescuer has been trained or not.