• Each and every working industry has its risks for both employees and employers. However, some employers, even in the most dangerous of industries overlook some of the most important health and safety aspects, including defibrillators.

  • Unlike other cardiac events and conditions that take age, gender, your current health condition and ethnicity into consideration when determining the cause, Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) has no prior symptoms and does not discriminate who it attacks. Sadly, no one is immune, meaning both children and adults alike can fall victim. [...]

  • Ian Davies went to the gym like any other day and started his workout on the treadmill like always. Except, this workout wouldn’t be like any other workout Ian had done in his life. Sadly, during this workout, Ian fell victim to Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

  • On the 26th April 2017, Tony Hill from Renaker Build, started his shift like every other day at 6.30am.  Except this day was different. On this day, Tony suffered a life-threatening cardiac arrest. [...]

  • World Heart Day

    World Heart Day is celebrated on the 29th September each year. The sole purpose of the global campaign is to raise awareness by informing people around the world about cardiovascular disease (CVD).

    The World Heart Federation started the annual campaign in 2000 and by 2025 they aim to have reduced global premature deaths from cardiovascular diseases significantly by 25%. [...]

  • A cardiac arrest is caused by an electrical malfunction in the heart which prevents blood from being circulated around the body. A cardiac arrest can occur at any time or place, often with no warning and can affect anyone regardless of their age or health condition. When a cardiac arrest occurs, the heart goes into fibrillation which causes the victim to collapse. [...]