While maintaining the existing 400 defibrillatorshe also maintains an additional 300 which includes checking them after use to ensure they are ready for the next emergency.
Tomos has been working hard with the Ambulance Service on promoting the Save a Life Cymru agenda and has recently attended Morrisons in Denbigh to show members of the public not only what a defibrillator is but provide CPR training as well as defib familiariation which included how to access the defibrillator case should the need arise.
A promotional video is under developed to promote Save a Life Cymru and CPR. The ambulance services are so impressed they have agreed to purchase additional kits (as shown above) and to provide 3 vehicles to enable volunteer responders to continue the work Tomos has started across North Wales.
At Morrisions Denbigh 48 members of the public received training.
Ariennir achub bywyd Cymru gan Lywodraeth Cymru ac fe'i cefnogir gan rwydwaith cardiaidd Cymru, drwy'r grŵp gweithredu ar gyfer anhwylderau'r galon. Save a Life Cymru is funded by Welsh Government and supported by the Wales Cardiac Network, through the Heart Conditions Implementation Group.