Our Defibrillator is kept by Reception.
Click here to watch the video of how to use the Defibrillator
NB: Never use a Defibrillator on someone who is wet,
make sure they are dry first.
How to Identify a Cardiac Arrest:
Are they conscious?
Is the person breathing normally?
Can you get a response?
If the answer to these are no, it should be presumed the person has suffered a cardiac arrest and requires the defibrillator.
Call for help, Start CPR, Call 999 and get the defib as quickly as possible.
The defib cannot shock unless it needs to so do not be worried about using it when it might not be needed.