Risk Management

Automated External Defibrillators


In the time it takes you to read this information, sudden cardiac arrest will have claimed another victim. Statistics show that more than 200,000 Americans die of sudden cardiac arrest every year. Up to 50,000 of these deaths could have been prevented if someone had initiated the Cardiac Chain of Survival and an automated external defibrillator (AED) had been available for immediate use at the time of the emergency.

UW-River Falls Public Access Defibrillation Program and Procedure

AED's are found in each residence hall lobby and in the following locations on campus:


Location of AED

Agricultural Science

Next to drinking fountain near Dean's Office

C.H.I.L.D. Child Care Center

Check-in Desk

Centennial Science Hall

Next to men's restroom on second floor

Davee Library

Lower level lobby

Facilities Management


Falcon Center - Classroom Hallway

West of zamboni access door

Falcon Center - Fitness Center

East of desk

Falcon Center - Karges Gym

Outside northeast gym door

Falcon Center - Karges Gym

Outside southwest gym door

Falcon Center - Knowles Center

Southeast track curve

Falcon Center - Northern Hallway

Between football lockers and athletic equipment

Falcon Center - Wheelock Commons

Across hall from ticket booth

Falcon Center - Wheelock Commons

South of women's restroom

Falcon Center - Mezzanine

Across from southeast Page entrance

Farm - Campus Lab

Near office in colt barn

Farm - Mann Valley

Dairy Learning Center

Hagestad Hall

Main lobby area

Kleinpell Fine Arts

Left side of elevator on first floor

North Hall 

Second floor - left of HR office 

Regional Development Institute

Hallway to restrooms

South Hall

Intersection of hallways on first floor

University Center - First Level

Right side of men's restroom

University Center - Second Level

Top of Heritage Hall stairs (to the right) 

Wyman Education Building

Main doorway to Ed Tech Center


Don't wait for the next class to learn how to use an AED!

UWRF uses the "Heartstart Onsite Defibrillator" in all AED locations on campus. (Only adult shock pads are available in the defibrillators, with the exception of the C.H.I.L.D. Center, which has pediatric shock pads.) Below is a YouTube video that can prepare you to save a life if you can spare just over 12 minutes to view the demonstration about using the Onsite AED.

Contact Us

Risk Management
Jeanna Hayes
Phone: 715-425-3344
25H North Hall

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