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Defibrillators for Hospitality

Defibrillators are becoming increasingly common in hospitality settings, such as hotels, restaurants, pubs and clubs. Our award-winning range of Lifeline AEDs provides employers and customers with a safe, reliable and simplistic way to combat fatal cardiac arrests.

AED’s for Hospitality

The hospitality industry in the UK is one of the biggest employment sectors, with over 2.5 million employees catering for customers across a wide range of establishments such as pubs, restaurants, hotels, special events and more.
As such, employers must ensure the safety and well-being of all staff and customers, including having adequate emergency equipment on site in case of a medical emergency.

In the UK alone, SCAs (sudden cardiac arrest) are responsible for over 30,000 deaths each year, a figure that can decrease significantly with the addition of AEDs. Having an AED on site can mean a faster response is provided, increasing the chance of survival for those who suffer from SCAs.

Statistics show that when an AED is used within the first three minutes of SCA, the survival rate jumps from 8% to 80%. Additionally, the only way to stop ventricular fibrillation is (present in around 90% of adult cardiac arrests) with a defibrillator.

One of the main benefits of an AED is that anyone can use them. No training is required, as the machine will talk you through each step. This makes them ideal for hospitality settings, which often have high footfall and a wide range of customers.

AED’s in the Hospitality Sector

Contact our team today to see how our award-winning range of AEDs can help your business.

Restaurants

Installing AEDs in dining establishments and pubs gives employers and visitors assurance that they have access to life-saving medical help should an emergency arise.

Hotels

Safeguard employees and guests against the dangers of an SCA with our tailored AED bundles.

Why Choose Martek Lifecare?

At Martek Lifecare, we understand how important it is for your business to have the right AEDs in place. That’s why we offer a range of Defibrillator bundles and accessories that can be tailored to suit any hospitality setting.

Choosing Martek to partner with your business should be an easy decision for a few reasons noted below;

  • One of the most reliable, efficient, and easy-to-use brands on the market.
  • The UK’s only defibrillator with award-winning technology.
  • Unrivalled industry credentials – ISO 9001:2015 quality-assured company.
  • Trusted by high-profile clientele, including the Ministry of Defence and Easyjet.
  • Rental and purchase are available to suit your needs.
  • Tailored, dedicated packages are available for all industries.
  • Expert advice from our friendly, specialist team when you need it.
  • When you work with us, you help us raise awareness of SCA and support various UK charities, including the Daniel Wilkinson Foundation, Connor Saunders, Community Heartbeat Trust and many more.

Further Reading

Discover more about the importance of AED’s for hospitality with the Martek Lifecare blog.

FAQ’s

Check out our most frequently asked questions about defibrillators for the hospitality industry.

How does an AED work in a hospitality setting?

An AED is designed to be used by anyone, including in hospitality settings. The machine will talk you through each step, and no prior training is required.

Are pubs and restaurants legally required to have an AED?

AEDs are not legally required to be installed in pubs and restaurants; however, having an AED on site can mean a faster response is provided, increasing the chance of survival for those who suffer from SCAs.

Can an AED be used on a drunk person?

Yes, an AED can be used on a drunk person, regardless of intoxication. The machine will analyse the patient’s heart rhythm and only deliver a shock if needed.

Take Action Today!

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