Defibrillators

Defibrillators (Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are not required by law to be fitted in workplaces, but they are a way of helping to ensure the safety and health of workers and any visitors to business premises. Cardiac arrest is a common problem in the UK, with thousands of victims a year, making it highly likely an incident might occur in your workplace. Defibrillators have also changed and improved a great deal in the past few years, and they are now easier to use than ever, with some models requiring no prior knowledge or training of users. See our guide to choosing AEDs.

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Choosing an AED



Like the rest of our first aid supplies, our range of defibrillators will help ensure your workplace is as safe as possible for workers and visitors. Defibrillators sometimes mean the difference between life and death, and as they are now even easier to use there really is no excuse not to have one in the workplace. It’s not just first aiders who can use these life saving devices anymore; anyone can help save a life with an AED.

The Lifepak CR Plus Automated External Defibrillator is a good standard defibrillator that is a useful addition to any workplace, including those with first aid rooms. The product can be used by anyone, with no prior knowledge or training being necessary. It really is incredibly simple and easy to use, with a clear two-step process that involves just turning the machine on and then attaching the electrodes to the cardiac arrest victim. There are clear, easy to follow instructions as well, making this a foolproof machine that might save somebody’s life.

There are also more comprehensive defibrillator packs available, such as the CardiAid Defibrillator with Servicare Package. This defibrillator comes with already connected electrodes, which makes attaching the machine to the victim even faster, thereby cutting down on precious minutes in the event of an emergency. It also features a paediatric mode and provides metronomic signals that give clear signals throughout the CPR process. This product also comes with maintenance servicing and a high battery capacity that means the unit will perform to full capacity.

Other things to consider when investing in a defibrillator for the workplace are storage and signage. If your workplace does not have a designated first aid room, it might be a good idea to purchase a cabinet to store the defibrillator in, as well as one of our AED signs available in a wide range of sizes. These signs alert workers and even passers by to the location and presence of the defibrillator in a clear and eye-catching manner, which can be crucial in the event of an emergency. We also have a wide range of resuscitators and face shields, which can prove vital in situations where CPR is necessary.

Although the law does not require defibrillators to be fitted, they are a wise investment for offices, as well as schools, nurseries, train stations and other public areas such as gyms, cinemas, theatres, doctor’s and dental surgeries. When it comes to health and safety, you can never be too careful, and a defibrillator, especially one that can be used by anyone, could save the life of an individual suffering a cardiac arrest.

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