Defibrillator ‘grab and go’ poster

For construction sites that are not large enough to warrant a Defibrillator, or for sites that are located near an existing unit, Speller Metcalfe have developed a ‘grab and go’ poster.

Taking the idea from ‘rent a room’ or ‘something for sale’ posters in the 90’s, the site team at the Midlands Centre for Cyber Security project have added tear off sections to the bottom of the ‘nearest Defibrillator location’ poster. These tabs list very basic instructions on how to get from the site to the nearest defib. For example, Turn Right, Roundabout turn Left, on Right outside Coop.

Not only does this ensure all site operatives know the location, but in an instance where seconds can save someones life, it means that directions do not have to be remembered at a time of high stress.

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