AEDs Now Included For EFAW Training

New guidelines suggest that automated external defibrillators (AEDs) should be used as part of Emergency First Aid at work (EFAW). While an AED can be used without training thanks to the clear voice instructions (and, in the case of the Lifeline VIEW, colour screen), training builds confidence.

Reactions in an emergency cardiac situation need to be as fast as possible in order to increase all chances of survival.

1st August 2016

Peace Of Mind For Liverpool FC Thanks To The ARM

Liverpool FC have just become the latest sports club to invest in the safety of their players by purchasing two Lifeline ARM devices from Martek Lifecare. Designed to provide perfect compressions for continuous hands-free CPR, the ARM is an essential piece of first aid kit in the event of sudden cardiac arrest.

22nd June 2016

Mother calls for defibrillators in all schools after son’s collapse

When Josh Wheelhouse, 15, collapsed at school, it was only the fast actions of staff that saved him. With no previous signs of heart conditions, Josh was lucky to be resuscitated by staff with CPR training.

His mother, Tracy, wants all schools to have automated external defibrillators on their premises.

15th December 2015

#didyouknow – 25 Facts About the Heart

As it’s National Heart Month, we thought we would give you some facts about the Heart, the most important organ in the human body, which you may not have known!

27th February 2014

Leisure bosses failed to use defibrillator in tragic death of young footballer

It emerged last week that an on-site defibrillator was available when talented young footballer Jamie Skinner collapsed, but was not used by two trained members of staff at the Edinburgh venue.

Talented Jamie, 13, collapsed on the pitch five minutes into the second half in his debut for Tynecastle FC under-14s on December 22nd.

15th January 2014