Useful Documentation

When a cardiac arrest happens, the chance of survival reduces by 10% for every minute that passes.

A defibrillator administers an electric shock to help re-start a heart.

Having fast access to a defib can be a life-saver. No training is needed to operate one, they can be fully or semi-automatic and will not deliver a shock if it is not needed.

Below is some documentation regarding specification and installation of defibrilators and safes:

Wellmed DefibSafe specification

A guide to AEDs by RCUK and BHF Dec 2013

Ecopad brochure & specification

Ecopad Instructions

YAS advice on installing an AED

CE-PAD Specification

YAS advice on installing a cPAD

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In 2013 there were over 600 Defibrillators in South Yorkshire alone - but less than 10 Defibrillators available 24 hours-a-day

We can help you to make the Defibrillator available 24:7 by providing a suitable cabinet and help with community awareness

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