Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs)-Environmental Health & Safety - Carnegie Mellon University

Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) Locations

AEDs are devices designed to restore the heart to its normal rhythm in the event of cardiac arrest. This condition can and has occurred in people of all ages. The university has installed AEDs at numerous locations throughout campus. Buildings containing AEDs are identified with a decal on main entrance doors.

To use an AED it is simply a matter of opening the case. A recorded voice will direct you step-by-step on actions to be taken.

  • Click here for specific AED locations by building.
  • EH&S offers training throughout the year.  Click here to see the list of dates.
  • Click here to watch video on using an AED.


AED Locations By Building

Building Name
(click link for building map)
211 South Craig St
300 South Craig St
311 South Craig Street
317-319 South Craig St.
4615 Forbes Avenue(GATF Leased)
4616 Henry Street
6555 Penn Avenue
Alumni House
Baker Hall
Bakery Square
  • Room 106
Bramer House & Garage
Collaborative Innovation Center (CIC)

College of Fine Arts (CFA)
Cyert Hall

Doherty Hall
Donner Hall

East Campus Garage

  • Security Office
Facilities Management Services
Gates and Hillman Center
  • Gates: 5th floor, adjacent to men’s room
  • Gates:  8th floor, adjacent to men’s room
  • Hillman:  6th floor kitchenette
Gymnasium
Hamburg Hall
Hamerschlag Hall
Hunt Library
Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall
  • 1st floor entrance lobby
Mellon Institute
Morewood Gardens A-D
Morewood Gardens E
National Robotics Engineering Consortium
Newell-Simon Hall
Pittsburgh Technology Center
Porter Hall
Posner Center
Posner Hall

PPG 6

  • 11th Floor
  • 14th Floor
Purnell Center for the Arts

Rand Bldg

Resnik House

Skibo

  • Athletics Office 2nd Floor
Software Engineering Institute
Stever House
University Center
University Technical Development Center
Warner Hall
Wean Hall
West Wing
Whitfield Hall




Watch Demonstration On Using An AED

Click "Play" to start.

Video courtesy of:The Piper+ December 2008