Last Updated: 02/28/2018

The purpose of the Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is to outline Cal Maritime's environmental health and safety requirements, expectations, and responsibilities in order to achieve effective campus safety performance through Integrated Safety Management (ISM). The Basic First Aid & AED Use Plan is a subject specific component the supports the overall University IIPP.

Note: Training Ship Golden Bear (TSGB) is regulated under MARAD. For operations pertaining to the TSGB  -  Refer to Shoreside Administration Manual (SAM) and Vessel Operations Manual (VOM).

Cal Maritime's Public Access Automated External Defibrillator Program Site Responsibilities

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a portable medical device which can restart the heart of a person in cardiac arrest.  AEDs are simple and safe to use when the manufacturer's instructions are followed. Departments are encouraged to explore purchasing this potentially life-saving device; however there are responsibilities and costs that come with owning and maintaining a departmental AED. Cal Maritime's Public Access AED Program Site Responsibilities document outlines the program requirements for AED's on campus. Additionally, three supporting documents for the AED program are listed below.

AED Locations on Cal Maritime Main Campus

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