Sign up for Sept. 9 webinar on AEDs and workplace safety

Cardiac Science and have developed a webinar tailored to the interests of HR professionals who have responsibility for employee health and wellness and workplace emergency preparedness. It provides critical information on sudden cardiac arrest—the cause of 13 percent of workplace deaths—and the ways in which organizations are protecting their employees through safety education and deployment of automated external defibrillators (AEDs).

“Protect Your Employees and Company from the #1 At-Work Killer”
Sept. 9, 2010
Start time: 1 p.m. ET
Duration: 1 hour
Sign up today at the website.

This webinar will save you time and money—and help you make the right decisions if you are developing or revamping a workplace AED program. Industry health and wellness experts will talk about why they became proponents for heart safety programs at work and how they developed and implemented these programs.

You’ll hear from these experts:

  • Joseph Berley, MD, Vice President, Occupational Health Services, at Pactiv Corporation in Lake Forest, Illinois. Dr. Berley was a key decision-maker in deploying the Pactiv AED program that later saved the lives of two employees.
  • Nick Bartzis, President of STS Safety in Toronto. As the Health & Safety Coordinator at Brampton Brick, Nick worked with his HR team to develop and implement an AED program. Nick was responsible for deploying the AED program, including building the case to obtain funding, assessing products, purchasing, user training, and ongoing maintenance.
  • Mike Brode, Director of Strategic Business, Cardiac Science. As Director of Strategic Business. Mike Brode has managed collaborations with major organizations such as the American Red Cross, the American Heart Association and the Boy Scouts of America and directed some of the most complex enterprise implementations in the market, including Amtrak, Schering-Plough, and Astra Zeneca.

Webinar registration includes a copy of the PowerPoint presentation, a RealMedia file of the presentation that can be downloaded to a media player, and access to site resources.

Visit the site to find out more about this AED webinar and sign up today.