How to register your defibrillator

You could help save lives by registering your automated external defibrillator (AED) with the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS).

If your defibrillator is registered, we can tell someone who has called Triple Zero (000) for a suspected cardiac arrest, where the AED is at your business or property. This means they can access defibrillation before paramedics arrive.

Your AED location details will only notify us if the person is at your business or property. It won't generate an alert for calls from nearby businesses or properties.

Register a new AED

Update or remove a registered AED

Using a defibrillator

Defibrillators can help save a person’s life when they’re in cardiac arrest.

For every minute someone in cardiac arrest is without CPR or defibrillation, their chance of survival decreases by 10%.

You don’t need any training or medical knowledge to use a defibrillator. When you turn it on, it gives audible and visual prompts you can follow.

Defibrillators can’t give an electric shock if the person has a normal heartbeat.

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Last updated: July 2024