The primary goal of the UL AED Scheme is to assist in the case of on-site suspected cardiac arrest amongst UL students, staff and visitors.

Automated External Defibrillator (AED): A computerised medical device that analyses heart rhythm to detect cardiac arrest and delivers an electric shock to the heart if necessary.

Cardiac Arrest: A significant life-threatening event when a person's heart stops or fails to produce a pulse.

The university maintains a panel of suitably trained operatives  and a number of AED units are deployed across the campus.

PESS Reception
Main Building Main Reception
  Student Medical Centre (Block C, Level M)
  Finance Corridor (Block A, Level 2)
UL Sports Arena Arena Pool Area
  Arena Reception Area
Library Security/Reception
KBS Security/Reception
Health Sciences Building Security/Reception
Foundation Building Reception
MSSI MSSI Entrance
Lonsdale Building Security/Reception on the Ground Floor
Pavillon Basement
Students Union Reception
Science & Education Building Security/Reception
GEMS Security/Reception
IWAMD Security/Reception
CSIS Building Security/Reception
Boathouse Office BH2-001
Various Locations on Campus - Mobile Campus Security Jeep
Outside The Scholars Club
(near bus stop)

Stryker Phonebox

Confirm Centre Reception
City Centre Building Reception

The locations have been chosen as both strategic and reasonably secure. Each AED location is identified by prominent signage. Each AED unit is located in a wall mounted cabinet of a distinctive type.  The cabinet contains the AED unit in a convenient carry case.

Please click link for Automated External Defibrillator (AED) - Inspection Record.

Please click Link for UL AED Procedure.

The UL Medical Emergency Response Procedure can be seen here

Step by step video of how to use a Zoll Plus AED. Further information on use can be found at the Administrar's guide for Zoll Plus…  

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