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If you have emergency medical equipment on site, then it is important that it can be quickly and easily found. The easiest way of achieving this is through the use of clear signage. Our defibrillator signs are available in a range of sizes and materials, making them suitable for use in any number of areas, both indoors and out.

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AED Signs: Buying Guide

If a defibrillator is needed, then time is of the essence. The time taken to provide treatment can quite literally make the difference between life and death. Ensure that employees and visitors can be easily helped in an emergency by clearly pointing the way to the necessary first aid equipment. The clear lettering and easily recognisable heart symbol on our defibrillator signs will ensure the equipment can be located quickly when needed.

There are a number of options to ensure that you get the correct sign for your premises. These include signs suitable for fixing to windows and floors, as well as double-sided signs designed for hanging in locations such as corridors.

Ensure that your essential, life-saving equipment can be located even in dim lighting with our photoluminescent signs. Choose from wall mounted or projecting 3D versions for extra visibility.These signs are designed to glow in the dark once activated by a good light source.

Our range of defibrillator signs also includes AED Guidance Signs which provide step-by-step instructions on using an AED.

We also stock a range of Defibrillator Update Signs that can be quickly and easily updated at any time by simply printing out new details to insert into the sign.

The use of a defibrillator is thankfully rare, but all of our defibrillator signs are designed to be durable, so if the occasion arises, this essential emergency equipment can be easily located. Use these signs in conjunction with First Aid Location Signs so that any other necessary medical equipment can also be swiftly obtained.

As a defibrillator is best used by a trained operator, ensure that a qualified person can be easily found by using our trained AED users sign.

The use and design of signage for emergency equipment is covered by UK and EU health and safety legislation and you can shop with confidence at Seton. As one of the UK’s leading suppliers of workplace signs and equipment, we ensure that all of our products comply with current UK and EU legislation.

We are confident that we have provided a comprehensive range of defibrillator signs in different options to suit a wide variety of workplace needs. However, we recognise that all work premises are different, so if you cannot find exactly what you require then we can create a custom sign that is specific to you and your business.

Keeping employees and visitors safe is an essential part of good workplace management and using our extensive range of signs and equipment goes some way toward this. Display the defibrillator signs around your workplace to provide peace of mind for all of your workers and visitors.


What Is a Defibrillator or AED?

A defibrillator, often referred to as an ‘AED’ (Automated External Defibrillator), is a life-saving device used to help someone who is experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest. AEDs are highly sophisticated machines that deliver a small electric current or ‘jolt’ to the heart and help to restore normal sinus rhythm. The technology used is able to diagnose and determine whether treatment is needed, meaning that a bystander with little or no training can administer an AED if they follow very simple instructions. Once switched on, the machine will talk you through what you need to do.

Although this simple piece of equipment can mean the difference between life and death, information gathered by the Resuscitation Council UK shows that only 3% of cardiac arrests occur within the recommended retrieval distance of a defibrillator.

What Are the Legal Requirements for AED Signs?

Employers are not legally required to install defibrillators in the workplace. However, they have a duty of care to any individual on their premises and are bound by the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 to ensure that they have adequate and appropriate first aid equipment and facilities on site. Awareness signage should be installed, which must be clear and legible to comply with UK and EU legislation, and use universally recognised coding and symbols.

Evidence suggests that the outcomes are far more favourable if a defibrillator is deployed, even by untrained responders, in the event of a person suffering from a heart attack. As a result, there is a widespread movement across communities to install AEDs in public places, such as schools, stations or shopping centres (you often see them in disused telephone boxes), and many business owners are voluntarily investing in this equipment.

What Is a Defibrillator Sign?

The size and layout of your worksite will determine the number of defibrillators you need. Once you have identified the best locations for the device(s), you will be able to plan your defibrillator signage.

There are a number of different types of AED signs to suit different situations. Here is a quick overview:

  • AED emergency defibrillator sign - for example, Defibrillator Heart Restarter Signs and AED Projecting 3D Signs - these are awareness signs that clearly indicate the presence of a defibrillator on site. AED available here Window Signs are also available

  • Defibrillator location signs - for example, Defibrillator This Way Floor Signs - these are directional signs to signpost the location of the nearest AED. Seton also offers AED Location and Distance Signs that include a space for you to fill in the exact distance between the sign and the AED

  • Instructional signs, such as our Defibrillator User Guide Signs - these contain step-by-step instructions on how to respond to an emergency and switch on the defibrillator

  • Defibrillator update signs - these convenient signs double as a defibrillator location sign and a directory for the trained AED users in the building. Signs such as the Defib Update Sign can be filled out with a permanent marker and prominently displayed.

What Is the Best Placement for Defibrillator Signage?

AED signage should be placed in a highly visible location, as close to the defibrillator as possible, ensuring that any arrows are pointing in the right direction. Directional signage should be tested on trained and untrained responders to make sure that the AEDs will easily be found in an emergency.

What Are the Best Defibrillator Signs for the Workplace?

The types of defibrillator signs needed will vary for each workplace. Large sites may well need multiple AED location signs, including Corridor Signs or Hanging Signs to ensure maximum visibility from a distance.

Photoluminescent signs should also be considered, particularly if they are to be installed on premises that are used after dark, or for contingency planning in the event of a power outage. Our best- performing signs, such as our Xrta-Glo AED Signs, will activate rapidly in dim lighting conditions and stay illuminated for 24 hours.