I think what people mean is by "comp organizers don't value our health..." is not to say that is what they are thinking. Rather, it's what they are portraying with their actions. Maybe they don't intend to put up this front, but that's how we, the competitors, read it. I'm sure most organizers aren't cold hearted jerk faces, but that doesn't mean they aren't being inconsiderate of our health.
Also, this discussion hasn't in fact even been about comp organizer *actions*. It's not as though we're talking about distribution of heart-damaging weight loss supplements, or insistence on using a dangerously slippery floor coating that makes the ballroom more photogenic, or anything like that.
Rather, we're talking about some set of things (on which even we don't all agree) that we suppose comp organizers should do but don't. Then the case is made, "they don't do <things>, therefore they don't care about competitor health." That's a dehumanizing, unnecessary, and logically incorrect inference.
I stand by my assertion that it is more useful anyway to talk about "comps that do or don't have AEDs" rather than to talk about "comps that do or don't value competitor health".