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May 4, 2023

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Meet the WEL Medical Team at the Safety & Health Expo 2023

Visitors to the Safety & Health Expo 2023 are invited to stand SH1624 where they can meet the WEL Medical Team and find out more about how WEL can help make your workplace safer.

When in a medical emergency, it is crucial to have the highest quality and easy to use medical equipment available, to prevent further harm.  As the leading supplier for defibrillators in the UK, Wel medical promotes the use of safe and accessible defibrillators to minimise harmful consequences during an emergency and strengthen the chain of survival.

With our vast range of defibrillators, cabinets and cases, CPR manikins and more, we are passionate about creating products that will benefit real people and real lives. We hope that our products will never be needed, but it is essential to have the best equipment available for peace of mind and precaution. Whether you are looking for defibrillators for public use, or looking for defibrillator hire, we offer a wide range of cost-effective solutions and cutting-edge technologies to meet your requirements.

Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, regardless of age and fitness level.  There are no outward signs, no warning, and no chance of survival without a defibrillator.  CPR alone is not enough to save a person’s life and for every minute lost without using a defibrillator, a person’s chance of survival drops by 10% – that’s just 10 minutes to save a life.  The recommended time for an Ambulance to reach a patient is 7 minutes, the reality is that this can be considerably longer if there are traffic hold-ups, or the location is difficult to access.  Can you take that risk?

Every business is legally required to provide “adequate” First Aid resources.  With recent guideline changes regarding First Aid in the workplace, we are now seeing defibrillators included in training courses.  Through advances in technology that make them simple to use by virtually anyone, defibrillators are now being considered as just another item in a business First Aid Kit.  A growing number of businesses are placing defibrillators on their premises as a duty of care to their employees.  For more information on having a defibrillator in your business, contact us on 01252 344007 or at [email protected]

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