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Thinking of purchasing a defibrillator (AED) for your business or organisation?

Whether you are purchasing a single unit for your workplace or multiple machines for every site, we are specialists in providing the latest and most user friendly commercial defibrillators on the market.

Every customer has their own requirements when purchasing an AED machine, let our AED specialists discuss the best machines and storage options to suit your organisation’s needs. 

Want your colleagues to receive training on your chosen AED?

Being Onsite Defibrillator Training Specialists allows us to not only supply you with the best machine, but also be on hand to deliver the training to your staff members, with your AED machine and at your location.

Contact one of our Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) specialists now to discuss how we can assist with your AED purchase.

AED Defibrillator Training

Did you know..?

30,000 people have a cardiac arrest outside hospital each year, use of an AED within 3-5 minutes (combined with CPR) gives an unresponsive person who isn’t breathing a 50%-70% chance of survival.*

AED Information

Do I need an AED machine?

According to the UK Resuscitation Council, a leading professional body and charity focussing on resuscitation education and research

“All businesses and organisations will undertake a first aid needs assessment to determine the level of first aid provision within their workplace as a part of their responsibilities to protect the safety of their workforce and visitors. As an organisation or company it is a legal requirement to take precautions to reduce foreseeable risks, to document this and be able to present it to the HSE if requested. As part of this assessment it is quite appropriate to consider the risk of a cardiac arrest occurring in the workplace and investing in automated external defibrillators (AED).”

Do I need to be trained to use it?

Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are designed to be used by members of the public, and are very effective at guiding the operator through the process of administering the shock. They have become widely available, are safe and easy to use, and will not allow a shock to be given to a victim who does not require one.

We can provide your colleagues with awareness training, onsite at your premises, to ensure they are aware of the machine and confident to use it.

All Ofqual regulated Emergency First Aid at Work and First Aid at Work courses include defibrillator training as part of their syllabus.

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How do I care for my AED?

The defibrillators we supply require very little maintenance if stored and cared for in the correct way. We can provide specific indoor, outdoor, lockable on unlocked cabinets to suit your exact needs to ensure safe and secure storage of your machine.

Typically,  AED machines come with an 8 year warranty with the pads & battery having a 4 year lifespan if unused. Should you need to use your AED, we are able to provide replacement pads and battery packs to ensure your AED is returned to service and available for use.

IP Rating – most defibrillators that we supply are rated at IP56 protecting them from dust, high pressure water jets, making them suitable for outdoor use.

Which AED is right for my business?

These are the three most popular types of defibrillator available.

Semi Automatic – Semi-automatic shock delivery, user administers shock by pressing a button when prompted by the the AED, user prompted to perform CPR when advised by the AED.

Fully Automated – Fully automatic shock delivery, AED automatically delivers shock if required, user prompted to perform CPR when advised by the AED.

With CPR Advisor – CPR Rate Advisor, ICG-based real-time audible and visual feedback on CPR      rate “Push faster”, “Push slower”. Semi-automatic shock delivery, initiated by the user.

It is important to note that cardiac defibrillators will not administer a shock unless a lifesaving shock is required.

To discuss your exact requirements, talk to one of our AED specialists. Find out more

What is the cost of ownership?

When assessing the cost of an AED program, take into account not only the up-front cost of the devices, but also the ongoing costs associated with maintaining them over time.

To keep the total cost of ownership low and reduce maintenance hassles, choose a device with a synchronised replacement cycle for pads and batteries.

Also, you may be able to increase your buying power by implementing your AED program across multiple sites. This could include other floors of your building, other sites within your own company or other companies in your business park.

* Sources: British Heart Foundation (30,000 people have a cardiac arrest outside hospital each year) and European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation 2015 – Section 2 (use of an AED within 3–5 minutes of collapse, combined with chest compressions, can lead to survival rates of 50 to 70 per cent).

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