New Jersey

See the CPR Training Requirements for Schools in New Jersey, NJ here

New Jersey, NJ requires CPR Certification for High School Students. Lifesavers, Inc. is certified by the American Heart Association to teach CPR in your school, no matter where you live in New Jersey, in Trenton, Montclair or Atlantic City. We offer very convenient CPR Certification packages especially designed for High Schools. Please give us a call at 866-641-1200 today –  or contact us by using our contact form. We are looking forward to answer all of your questions and to find the perfect CPR Class for your school.

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New Jersey CPR High School Requirement Breakdown

Requirement effective as of the 2014-2015 school year

School districts must provide one time cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automatic external defibrillator (AED) instruction as part of the health curriculum.

LifeSavers, Inc. is selected by the state as official provider of AED’s

  • CPR education does not need to cover all victim sizes (adult/child/infant) but does require a hands-on component to training.
  • CPR training must be from a nationally-recognized association with expertise in CPR and AED instruction.
  • Districts may select no-cost, non-certification instructional program to meet this requirement.

Excerpts from New Jersey CPR Bill

“Notwithstanding the provisions of any law, rule, or regulation to the contrary, the board of education of a public school district that includes grades 9 through 12, or the board of trustees of a charter school that includes grades 9 through 12, shall provide instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator1to each student prior to graduation1 as part of the district’s implementation of the Core Curriculum Content Standards in Comprehensive Health and Physical Education1. 

The board of education, or board of trustees, may select a no-cost, non-certification instructional program to meet this requirement. The provisions of subsection a. of this section shall first be effective with the 2014-2015 grade nine class.  The instruction provided pursuant to section 1 of this act shall be modeled from an instructional program established by the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or other nationally-recognized association with expertise in instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator; and include a hands-on learning component for each participating student. This act shall take effect immediately.”


LifeSavers, Inc. of Fairfield, New Jersey Chosen by New Jersey to Provide Defibrillators

Lifesavers, Inc.  Quality Products and Training Offer High Levels of Technological Sophistication & Consumer-friendliness – Two Crucial Elements for Public-use Emergency Medical Devices

LifeSavers, Inc., a New Jersey based company, founded over 25 years ago provides emergency medical response products and training to all New Jersey schools, businesses, the public sector, and other organizations nationwide. LifeSavers, Inc, has signed a three-year contract with the state of New Jersey to provide Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) and related services to state agencies. The agreement applies to cooperative purchasing from schools, local police and fire departments and municipal government bodies.

For AEDs, which may be used by untrained laymen in high-stress, often life-or-death situations, two crucial attributes are user simplicity and patient effectiveness. LifeSavers, Inc.’s LIFELINE range of AEDs are compact, lightweight devices that offer clear audio and/or visual directions to users; the company’s newest model, the LIFELINE VIEW, is the only AED on the market with a motion picture screen that provides real-time instructions to users.  The sophisticated LIFELINE range of AEDs are available in both semi- and fully-automatic models. The units employ advanced biphasic technology that adjusts shock delivery levels based on a distressed person’s individual needs, relieving the person using the AED of a decision most are unqualified to make.

LifeSavers will be responsible for providing AED device training to purchasers like New Jersey school systems and their staff. The company operates the largest American Heart Association training center in New Jersey.

New Jersey has some of the strongest safety laws in the nation regarding Automated External Defibrillators, mandating that facilities including public school buildings, assisted living institutions, nursing homes and health clubs have them available. These guidelines will be heightened even further by the September 1, 2014 enactment of Janet’s Law. Named in honor of an 11-year-old school cheerleader from Warren, NJ who died in 2006 from sudden cardiac arrest, the law requires the state’s public and private schools to have AEDs readily available at youth athletic events.

Emergency caregivers also are protected; in May 2012, New Jersey enhanced its standing Good Samaritan legislation – a law passed to protect individuals using AEDs in emergency situations from civil liability – by extending protection to untrained users.

About LifeSavers, Inc.

LifeSavers, Inc., provides CPR training for High Schools in New Jersey and nationally for emergency medical response products and training to schools, businesses, the public sector, and other organizations nationwide. LifeSavers works closely with its customers to design, implement and continually assess safety and emergency response programs. The company is an authorized distributor for the Defibtech Lifeline AED® (automated external defibrillator), the market’s most affordable, fully featured AED.

LifeSavers also provides AED automated battery and pad management system, storage cabinets, batteries, electrodes, carrying cases and first-aid kits, flashlights and other emergency medical supplies. To provide the best price and quality to customers, LifeSavers maintains strong relationships with its suppliers and stays abreast of the latest technological advancements. For more information, call (866) 641-1200 or visit