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Defibrillator Hire2022-06-23T12:56:51+10:00

Market-leading defibrillator AED hire that won’t break the bank

We stock defibrillator AED rental hire products to suit all types of budgets. So whether you are a medical professional, business, or member of the community, we provide a cost-effective and affordable way to ensure that you have immediate access to a defibrillator otherwise known as an AED, in the case of an emergency.

Defibrillator AED Hire Rental

Discover our defibrillator rental and, flexible contracts tailored to your needs.

An AED rental hire option enables you to implement an AED program and provide a safe environment while assessing your long-term needs. Long-term and short-term rentals available.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any rules about who can own an AED?2022-06-11T17:40:20+10:00

Anyone can own an AED. For help selecting the right one for your business or organisation, please contact our team.

Do I need to train my employees?2022-05-09T22:39:30+10:00

While AEDs can be used without any prior experience, it is strongly recommended that all staff are trained in CPR and AED.

Do pads and batteries have a shelf life?2022-05-09T22:41:45+10:00

Yes, both pads and batteries expire and will need replacing. It is common for them to have a shelf-life which is the amount of time they can be stored without being used. Batteries also have a ‘standby life’ which is the amount of time they can be used once installed. This varies depending on the manufacturer. Batteries will typically power a defibrillator for between 4-5 years.

Electrode pads are disposable, single-use items and cannot be reused. They may be stored for some time before use and their ‘shelf life’ ranges from 2-4 years. When the shelf life or standby life has expired, replacement AED pads or replacement defibrillator batteries will need to be purchased.

Can the electrode pads be re-used?2022-06-11T17:57:41+10:00

No. you will need to purchase replacement pads after each use. View our range of defibrillator pads, batteries and accessories which can be purchased online.

When do I use an AED?2022-01-24T02:35:18+11:00

An AED should be used for all who are unresponsive and not breathing normally. Chest compressions should be commenced immediately and the AED applied as soon as it becomes available.

Who can use an AED?2022-01-24T02:35:44+11:00

The Australian Resuscitation Council state that anyone can use an AED and that it should not be restricted to trained personnel.

Who should have a defibrillator?2022-01-24T02:36:30+11:00

While not a legal requirement in Australia, it is recommended that the installation and use of AEDs should at least be considered by all workplaces.

Is there a danger to myself or others whilst using an AED?2022-01-24T02:37:04+11:00

Although AEDs are extremely safe, rescuers should take care not to touch the person during a shock delivery. There are no reports of harm to rescuers from attempting defibrillation in wet environments.

Can an AED be used on a pregnant women?2022-01-24T02:37:50+11:00

Yes. An AED can and should be used on pregnant women who are in cardiac arrest.

Can you use an AED on someone who has a pacemaker?2022-01-24T02:38:27+11:00

Yes. An AED can be used on a person with a pacemaker. When applying the pads, ensure that the pad is placed slightly away from the pacemaker.

Where should the defibrillator be placed in the workplace?2022-06-11T17:45:57+10:00

Similar to fire extinguishers, defibrillators should not be locked away in a cupboard and should be easily accessible to everyone. Place your AED in visible, accessible places. Choose locations that increase the chances of getting the AED to the person having a sudden cardiac arrest in less than 3 minutes.

Conducting a site assessment of your workplace should be the first step when determining where to place your defibrillator. A site assessment offers your best glimpse into response times during an actual emergency situation. Time is critical when sudden cardiac arrest happens.

Start by identifying any “high risk” areas such as workspaces where there is a risk of electric shock or asphyxiation, any areas where health compromised individuals are present on a regular basis, or where there is a high volume of people.

Never place a defibrillator in offices or areas which may be locked while there are still workers in the building. Defibrillators should be accessible to all personnel at all times. Select an accessible and visible location and install clear signage.

CPR for Life can help you determine how many AEDs are recommended for your organisation and where to place them. If you would like one of our team members to contact you, click here and submit an enquiry or call us on 1300 316 551.

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