01 June 2022

Local Resilience adds Debfibrillator Management Process to pre-built Procedures

Local Resilience adds Debfibrillator Management Process to pre-built Procedures image

Defibrillators (AED) are installed in many communities to access advanced technology for heart attack victims. With Ambulance waiting times extending, it is more and more critical that these are delivered to patients quickly. For every minute of delay, the chances of survival are diminished by 10%.

Creating a new Local-Resilience Call To Action(CTA) enables volunteers to be coordinated and called to fetch a defibrillator to a location by a single call to a national number. Solving the problem of whether you should stay with a victim or go and collect when there are only two people present at an incident. Used in association with NHS trusts, the Local-Resilience platform can save vital seconds when needed most.

With most defibrillators having intelligence, they also assist when the NHS responders suggest CPR as a first stage, giving explicit instruction and advice.

One of several free to use CTA the defibrillator script will give local communities the chance to form a local volunteer group and respond to emergencies. With assistance from field-proven technology developed in the harshest environment (see www.initsys.net), Local-Resilience is key to future community-led responses and warnings.

This defibrillator CTA can be extended to include the collection of trauma kits and even burn relief packs.

Local-Resilience provides Incident Management as a managed service to local communities of all sizes, from Parish to City-Wide. Taking paper plans and turning them into scripts instigated using Call To Action triggers, some of which are fully automated.

Creating new scripts and triggers is part of the managed service provided by the Local-Resilience team, who can take the most complicated plan and create an actionable script.

For more information, please visit www.local-resilience.com.

SIGN UP
For your free daily news bulletin
Highways jobs

Roadworker Ganger (Civils)

City of York Council
£21,989 to £24,447
City of York Council are looking for a number of Roadworker Gangers to join its Highways Capital Projects Team. York, North Yorkshire
Recuriter: City of York Council

Mental Health Recovery Worker

City of York Council
£22,374 to £24,875
We are looking for a motivated team player to join our team providing supported housing for adults with mental health needs York, North Yorkshire
Recuriter: City of York Council

Assistant Housing Policy Officer

City of York Council
£25,380 - £27,541
This post offers an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to support the policy and strategy team. York, North Yorkshire
Recuriter: City of York Council

Health, Safety & Wellbeing Advisor

Leicestershire County Council
£33,558
Working for our traded service we work with clients in education, county, district and parish councils. Leicester, Leicestershire / Hybrid
Recuriter: Leicestershire County Council

Social Worker

Leicestershire County Council
£25,932 - £36,231
Here at Leicestershire County Council, we now have exciting opportunities for both experienced and newly qualified Social Workers. Leicestershire
Recuriter: Leicestershire County Council

Partner Content

Circular highways is a necessity not an aspiration – and it’s within our grasp

Shell is helping power the journey towards a circular paving industry with Shell Bitumen LT R, a new product for roads that uses plastics destined for landfill as part of the additives to make the bitumen.

Support from Effective Energy Group for Local Authorities to Deliver £430m Sustainable Warmth Funded Energy Efficiency Projects

Effective Energy Group is now offering its support to the 40 Local Authorities who have received a share of the £430m to deliver their projects on the ground by surveying properties and installing measures.

Pay.UK – the next step in Bacs’ evolution

Dougie Belmore explains how one of the main interfaces between you and Bacs is about to change.