AED Defibrillators

Learn more about defibs to choose the most suitable defibrillator for your needs.

Defibrillators for your workplace, sports club, place of worship, gym and more.

AED Defibrillators

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Harvey Anchique Sanchez
Harvey Anchique Sanchez
17. November, 2021.
Julia and her team provide a prompt and professional service; the remote monitoring of the device ensures it's in good working order all the time.
Michael Roberts
Michael Roberts
17. November, 2021.
Julia provided our running club with a defibrillator plus some excellent training and onsite demonstrations. We were very happy with the service and are only too happy to recommend Response For Life.
Vit Vana
Vit Vana
22. October, 2021.
Excellent first aid, Julia was very professional and informative. Great location on top of that! Very happy. Thanks again!
Helen Christie
Helen Christie
7. October, 2021.
I absolutely love Response For Life! Julia is always helpful via phone or text and usually at the drop of a hat. She sorts out our batteries and updates our equipment, almost instantly. Thank you! I feel safe secure and supported 100% with RFL!
Jayne Baric
Jayne Baric
6. October, 2021.
Response For Life is professional, ethical and the best in their field. Julia and her team have been our preferred provider of First Aid training and defib equipment and it has been a pleasure to collaborate with them over the last 4 years.
Leonard O'Sullivan
Leonard O'Sullivan
17. May, 2021.
Many Thanks for your education and awareness of such an important part of human survival. We appreciate your help Julia and the team at defib.
Kayla Saad
Kayla Saad
27. February, 2021.
The most lovely people that I have ever done my CPR training with. Julia and her husband were so encouraging, flexible and supportive throughout the whole process. Really appreciate everything.

What is a Defibrillator?

“A defibrillator (known as an automated external defibrillator or AED) is a small, portable device designed to deliver a controlled electrical shock to a person experiencing certain cardiac rhythms. Defibrillators must be used in conjunction with CPR.” NSW Health


  • Anyone can use a defibrillator – they have verbal and visual instructions to guide you.
  • You cannot hurt someone by using a defibrillator.
  • A defibrillator only shocks a person who is in cardiac arrest.

Defibrillator research

“For every minute defibrillation is delayed, there is approximately 10% reduction in survival if  the victim is in cardiac arrest.” ANZCOR

“Early CPR and defibrillation (AED) within the first 8-10 minutes can increase the chance of survival by up to 75 per cent.” NSW Health

    When to use a Defibrillator

    A Defibrillator should be used when someone has a cardiac arrest*. Which is recognised when someone is:

    1. unsconscious
    2. unresponsive
    3. has absent or abnormal breathing

    Cardiac arrest is the term given to the sudden loss of heart function. The person will collapse and stop breathing normally. The heart is no longer pumping blood around the vital organs of the body.


      When deciding what defibrillator will be most suitable for your family, community or workplace is a very personal decision.
      When deciding it’s best to take into account a few key considerations, which may include the following:

        Do you have children at your location/ site?
        If you have children under the age of 8 years or under 25kg’s. Child pads or a defibrillator with child mode is advised.
        Where are you locating the defibrillator?
        Location is important to emergency response time, visibility and security.
        Depending on where your defibrillator is located may also change what type of defib you purchase and also what type of wall cabinet is most suitable. Considerations include the climate/ weather and safety.
        Do you need a wall bracket or wall cabinet?
        The most common ways to store and locate your defibrillator visibly is by using a wall cabinet or wall bracket.
        Do you need training?

        Discuss whether you need online training and to what extent you will feel confident using a defibrillator.
        For certain people a video refresher may work and others may need a more personal training experience.

        Defibrillator maintenance

        Defibrillator maintenance is easy. However, it can be easily forgotten.

        With Response For Life ‘Weekly Inspection Tags’ we encourage clients to inspect their defib on a regular basis (which only takes a minute).

        However, we also offer programs like PlusTrac which monitor your defib, store data and send reminders.

        Shop AED Defibrillators

        Looking to purchase a AED Defib for your organisation, club, gym or workplace. View our online store or get in touch with our team to help you understand what to consider when purchasing a Defib.

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