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There is a 90% chance of death if cardiac arrest occurs outside a hospital


Over 33,000 People experience an out of hospital sudden cardiac arrest each year in Australia


For every minute without defibrillation the chance of survival drops by 10%



An onsite AED will enhance your first aid capabilities.

Written for safety managers, people leaders and anyone evaluating workplace risks and hazards. Our eBook will help you understand the potential for SCA, map out your environment and build your response plan.


Understanding Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sudden cardiac arrest (sometimes called cardiac arrest or SCA) is one of Australia’s biggest causes of death and disability.

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Why you need an AED

Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are a key part of the chain of survival and can help dramatically increase survival rates from sudden cardiac arrest.


The Chain of Survival

The Chain of Survival is a series of basic life support steps that, when followed promptly, give a patient the best chance of surviving an out of home cardiac arrest.

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