Liability Concerns Put CPR Bill on Hold

From: The News Record

Liability concerns are slowing the University of Cincinnati Undergraduate Student Government’s plan to train resident hall advisers in CPR.

The Student Safety Board drafted a bill urging UC resident advisers to become CPR certified for SG’s April 3 meeting.

The bill also would require UC to purchase two Automatic External Defibrillators every year for the lobbies of each residence hall.

Joe Blizzard, student body president, said Residence Education and Development asked SG to table the bill due to uncertainty surrounding liability issues.

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