Challenges such as accessing medical assistance in the event of a health emergency such as a sudden cardiac arrest.
One of the ways we’re trying to help our teams and communities safe is by installing defibrillators at our facilities.
Some, by the very nature of our work, are required to be housed internally such as on feed barges out at sea. However, where we know there to be no community device available, we’ve made a conscious effort to install our own devices outdoors wherever possible so that the local community can access them too.
We’ve also registered these on The Circuit – the national defibrillator network which provides an overview of where defibrillators can be found across the UK – so that our defibrillators are visible to NHS ambulance services who can direct callers to their locations, in the event they prove to be the nearest.
Below you’ll find a list of the Scottish Sea Farms defibrillators that are immediately accessible to members of the public, be they local residents or visitors to the area: