Lifesaver Technology
  • West Timewell Hill
    EX16 9BZ
Devon based Lifesaver Technology provide organisations with a combined package of lifesaving equipment and free certificated EFAW first aid training, to ensure that when work colleagues or customers suddenly fall ill they are better prepared to care for them while waiting for the professionals to arrive.

Lifesaver introduced their concept into the UK market in 2014 as a direct response to increasing death rates from medical emergencies. With over 9 million calls to the ambulance service each year, and one in three still dying before reaching hospital, they felt that a simple addition to the basic first aid provision could make all the difference.

Portable oxygen equipment is not a new concept, paramedics use it every day, but easy to use equipment for the first aider was never available. Since the widespread UK implementation of lifesaving defibrillators for the cardiac arrest victim it soon became apparent that a safe simple oxygen kit was also essential for the individual suffering a heart attack, stroke or any other medical emergency, so the Lifesaver O2 unit was produced.

This equipment has gained praise from many quarters and was even ‘shortlisted’ in a national competition run by the Virgin Media Group in 2015, looking for new ideas that could make a difference, and they continue to build a strong customer base across the whole country. Supplying hotels and gyms in the leisure industry to factories, offices, shops, care homes, sports clubs and even private ambulance services there is literally no-one that the Lifesaver O2 unit cannot help.

They have a simple vision, to provide a simple high quality lifesaving solution, at an affordable price, which could make the difference between life and death when someone becomes unwell.

Contact them now for more information on 01392 311 363 or email

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