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First Aid Accident & Emergency
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Who are we…

First Aid Accident & Emergency are a 100% Queensland, family-owned and operated Defibrillator, First Aid Kit and First Aid Training specialist. We are proud to be partnering with the Civil Contractors Federation of Queensland to offer members access to discounted Defibrillators with a goal to improve Sudden Cardiac Arrest survivability outcomes in the industry.

We are a registered training organisation (RTO 32508) with over 17 years experience teaching students life saving skills in First Aid and CPR. As a premium platinum partner of Stryker Australia and one of Australia’s most experienced and trusted Defibrillator suppliers, we have partnered nationally with a number of organisations including parkrun Australia, Fitstop and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. We have supplied thousands of AEDs to customers and have carefully designed our defibrillator products and education tools with your industry in mind.

For more information and to discuss how FAAE can help your organisation, contact the FAAE team at [email protected] or 07 5520 5068.

Why do I need a defibrillator in my workplace?

  • Over 30,000 Aussies and Kiwi’s suffer from an out of hospital cardiac arrest every year

  • Defibrillators increase the chance of survival by up to 70%

  • 9 out of 10 people won’t survive a sudden cardiac arrest

  • The chance of survival decreases by 10% for every minute without defibrillation

  • Some job sites can be difficult to access or find

  • Ambulance response times can be lengthy

  • Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime

  • Defibrillators save lives!

The defibrillator we recommend

HeartSine 500P Semi-Automatic Defibrillator

  • Features CPR Advisor which gives real time feedback on CPR efficiency, for example “push faster” “push slower” “push harder” “good compressions”
  • Semi-automatic defibrillator with shock delivery prompts
  • Clear visual and verbal prompts to guide the rescuer through the process
  • Portable and light weight at 1.1kg
  • Rugged construction with an IP56 rating offering a high protection against dust and water
  • Low cost of ownership with a combined single-use electrode and battery PadPak with one expiration date and a shelf of 3-4 years
  • 8 year device warranty
Heartsine Defib
HeartSine 500P Mobile Tough Case Bundle

All inclusive bundles

We’ve carefully designed a range of all inclusive bundles with the construction industry in mind.  Choose from an Indoor Alarmed Wall Cabinet suitable for static environments or a Waterproof Tough Carry Case for vehicles or mobile applications.

HeartSine 500P Bundle inclusions

  • HeartSine 500P Defibrillator with semi-automatic shock delivery
  • CPR Advisor – This AED helps correct your CPR with verbal prompts and real-time CPR feedback
  • 3-4 year Adult PadPak – includes pads/electrodes and battery
  • Indoor Metal Alarmed Wall Cabinet or Waterproof Tough Carry Case – IP65
  • AED A4 Sign or AED Vehicle Sticker
  • Soft shell carry case to protect the device
  • Patient Preparation Kit including surgical razor, CPR mask, alcohol whites, gloves and shears
  • Online instructional use video
  • Monthly Defibrillator Check list
  • 8 year device warranty

How do I order this Defibrillator Bundle?

Our friendly team are here to help you decide what defibrillator and bundle best suits your situation.

Need to buy a few defibrillators?  We’re experts at facilitating roll out programs and have worked with many partners nationally.  Ask us how we can support you with setting up your defibrillator program.

Please feel free to call our team directly on 07 5520 5068  or email [email protected] for more information.

Let’s talk facts…

There is a common misconception that Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) only happens to older or unhealthy people. The sad truth is that SCA doesn’t discriminate and it can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Over 30,000 Australian’s suffer an out-of-hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrest every year and 9 out of 10 people won’t survive. The first 3 minutes in a rescue situation are crucial – every minute a patient is in cardiac arrest not receiving CPR or an AED shock, their chances of survival drop by 10%. Sadly, damage caused to the heart after 10 minutes without intervention is nearly irreversible and could ultimately result in death.

FAAE are here to support the CCF QLD community to help save lives and make defibrillators more accessible. We’ve worked with thousands of individuals, workplaces and clubs across the nation to help them make their environments heart safe.

Listen to one of our customers talk about her experience with Sudden Cardiac Arrest and First Aid Accident & Emergency’s support.

More defibrillator options

We’ve got a range of defibrillators and bundles available so reach out to our team to find out what defibrillator and bundle best suits your needs. We also have a variety of indoor and outdoor wall cabinets, tough cases and accessories available.

Explore some of our range below and in our Defibrillator Store.

Need First Aid Kits?

We’ve got First Aid Kits covered too and have a range of workplace compliant kits to suit your needs.

Explore some of our range below and in our First Aid Kit Shop.

Frequently asked questions

We have tried to answer all of your commonly asked questions about Defibrillators in the FAQ below however, you can find more information in our FAQ section.  However, if you can’t find the information you’re looking for, please give us a call on 07 5520 5068 or email [email protected]

An AED, or automated external defibrillator, is used to help those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. It is a sophisticated, portable, easy to use medical device that can analyse the heart’s rhythm and, if necessary, deliver an electronic shock, or defibrillation, to help the heart re-establish an effective heart rhythm.

Qscan have partnered with First Aid Accident & Emergency to assist with providing Qscan team members early access to a defibrillator. Our goal is to have a defibrillator within 3 minutes of person in Sudden Cardiac Arrest as these first few minutes are critical.

There is no specific or formal maintenance required on the LifePak CR2 Essential however, it is recommended that the AED is visually checked regularly to ensure that the AED’s readiness light is flashing.
The Battery and Electrodes generally require replacing after 3-4 years depending on the expiry date and the model of your defibrillator*.  We recommend also replacing these after a rescue to ensure your defibrillator is always kept in good working order.

The HeartSine Defibrillator Adult Battery PadPak costs around $200.00 and the Paediatric PadPak costs around $260.00.  These are suitable for use in the 350P, 360P and 500P HeartSine models.  The LifePak CR2 Defibrillator battery costs around $292.50 and electrodes cost around $115.00.  Replacement PadPaks, batteries and electrodes can be purchased via our Defibrillator Shop here

*The battery and electrodes should be replaced according to the manufacturers recommendations

The warranty period for the HeartSine 350P, 360P and 500P, and LifePak CR2 Defibrillators are 8 years from the date of purchase.

First Aid Accident & Emergency can provide mobile defibrillator bundles in the event you need to have a portable defibrillator for your organisation.  Our mobile defibrillator bundles include a IP67 rated Waterproof Tough Carry which houses everything you need on the go including the defibrillator, patient prep pack and monthly defibrillator check list.  Please contact the First Aid Accident & Emergency team on 07 5520 5068 if you need advice.

While we recommend everyone is trained in CPR, public access defibrillators are designed for anyone to use.  Once you switch the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on, it will tell you exactly what to do via verbal and visual prompts.

This will usually begin with the defibrillator prompting you to call for help and expose the patient’s chest.  It will then instruct you to apply the adhesive pads to the chest of the patient. You’ll then be prompted to ‘not touch the patient’ as the AED is analysing the heart rhythm of the patient and may deliver a shock.

Once this has happened the AED will instruct you to perform CPR. Our defibrillators will guide you through this stage of the resuscitation to help ensure you are performing the CPR correctly and at the right pace.

If you have purchased a defibrillator from First Aid Accident & Emergency, we will also provide you with an online instructional use video.  We recommend you watch this along with anyone else who may need to use the device.

Yes, we supply defibrillators to workplaces, clubs and homes all over Australia.

We would be happy to discuss your requirements further so please get in touch with our team today on 07 5520 5068 or email [email protected] to discuss your specific needs.