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Text from Senate Bill 369, “Jake’s Law”
Automated external defibrillator requirements. Provides that school coaches, assistant coaches, marching band leaders, drama and musical leaders, and extracurricular activity leaders may ensure that an operational automated external defibrillator (AED) is present at each event in which students have an increased risk of sudden cardiac arrest (event) for which the individual is providing coaching or leadership. Provides that the AED may be: (1) deployed in accordance with the venue specific emergency action plan; (2) located on the premises where the event occurs; and (3) present for the duration of the event. Allows two or more events to share an AED if certain conditions are met. Provides that school coaches, assistant coaches, marching band leaders, drama and musical leaders, and extracurricular activity leaders, at each event, may inform all individuals who are overseeing or supervising the activity of the location of the AED. Provides that a school corporation, charter school, and state accredited nonpublic school may: (1) ensure that each required AED is properly maintained; (2) develop a venue specific emergency action plan for sudden cardiac arrest (plan); (3) post the plan in a conspicuous place at an event; and (4) share the plan with the school board, school coaches, assistant coaches, marching band leaders, drama and musical leaders, extracurricular activity leaders, and applicable students. Requires a plan to: (1) establish a goal of responding within three minutes; and (2) require the performance of periodic drills. Provides that a school corporation, a charter school, a state accredited nonpublic school, or an accredited nonpublic school may apply for a grant from the Indiana secured school fund to purchase an AED under certain circumstances. Requires the department of education to conduct a statewide survey of school corporations, charter schools, and state accredited nonpublic schools to determine: (1) the number of AEDs owned before July 1, 2023, by schools; and (2) school policies in effect before July 1, 2023, regarding AEDs