Rural Business invests in new defibrillator

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Rose Engineering, a Dorset based Engineering and Construction Company has invested in a new defibrillator as part of their commitment to the local community.

“With our rural office location we felt it was necessary to invest in the lifesaving equipment that will also be available to the local community.” Managing Director, Tom Rose said.
“The UK ambulance service attempts over 30,000 resuscitations each year; 72% of cardiac arrests occurring in the home and 15% in the workplace. We hope the new defibrillator will give some peace of mind to our local area.

“The defibrillator is sited at their main offices in Bagber, Sturminster Newton. It can be used without training by anyone, with easy to follow instructions and voice commands. We hope it will never need to be used but we would like to let our local community know that it is there should they need it.”

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