New Webinar: Deploying AEDs in Mickey Mouse’s World – Wednesday, October 31st @ 2PM EDT

New Webinar: Deploying AEDs in Mickey Mouse’s World.

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Free Live Webinar
Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT
Duration: 60 Minutes

An EHS Today Webinar

Deploying AEDs in Mickey Mouse’s World

Register now for this live webinar

Learn how Disney’s credo of customer service has been magically transformed (through hard work and exquisite attention to detail) to a magical response system that ensures incredible SCA survival rates. Get the insiders’ view of the decisions that went into creating an international program, the challenges of introducing AEDs into an entertainment environment and Disney’s innovative interface with local EMS systems.

Learn more as our speakers Robert (Bob) Minnick, PE, CSP of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts and John Tutt of the American Heart Association discuss:

  • The Disney experience
  • Why AEDs should be part of your CPR & First Aid training program.
  • Classroom and blended learning training solutions from the American Heart Association


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Presented By:

Robert Minnick, PE, CSP
Technical Director
Facility and Safety Accessibility
Walt Disney World
Parks and Resorts

JohnTutt
Senior Business Development Manager
American Heart Association

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