To apply for a grant you will need go to complete the online grant application form.
Please also ensure that you have read the Criteria for Successful grant applications to the Sussex Heart Charity.
Things you should consider when applying for an AED
The final point. “Training” is worth investigating in any location you may be considering, as it will often indicate if there is going real commitment from staff or members of organisation or venue that you propose to install an AED
The AED that we supply is the Cardiac Science G5 Fully Automated External Defibrillator
With regards to maintenance of the AED, annual costs of are difficult to estimate, basically the only maintenance costs are battery and replacement pads.
You would responsible for the AED once we have handed it over. These AED’s can sometimes be added this to your current insurance for vandalism purposes.
The battery shelf life is 5 years from date of instillation – Replacement battery costs £234.00 (Inc. VAT)
Pads have shelf life of 3 years (from use by date) – Replacement pads costs £108 (Inc. VAT)
So maintenance costs over a 4 year period could be £450.00 This would very much depend on number of times deployed or used, obviously pads would need replacing once opened or used.
Extra AED Familiarisation and basic life support training is available please contact the Sussex Heart Charity for details of how to