Automated defibrillator

Automated defibrillator

Did you know that Cote Saint-Luc has long been a leader in public health and safety initiatives since the 1960s?  Our emergency preparedness philosophy is entrenched within our administration and has been put into practice by hundreds of resident volunteers throughout the years. I’m proud to have been involved in shaping Cote Saint-Luc’s public safety culture since getting involved more than 30 years ago.

We were among the first communities to purchase automated external defibrillators and we now have a total of 19 public AEDs in the city and 4 higher-end EMS machines.

AEDs are located at the following sites:

  • City Hall (1st floor at main entrance)
  • Library (1st floor at main entrance)
  • Public Works (hallway near employee entrance)
  • Parks and Recreation (near outdoor pool desk)
  • Gymnasium (behind service desk)
  • ACC (1st floor, 2nd floor and basement to the left of the elevators and in lifeguard room)
  • Arena (near pro shop door)
  • Tennis Club (seasonal, main floor near manager’s office)
  • Rabin Park wading pool (seasonal, in lifeguard office)
  • EMS (1st floor near stairs to basement)
  • In all Public Security vans (3)
  • In all vCOP vans (4)learn-CPR_440px

You can learn how to use an AED at our monthly CPR Heartsaver AED Course (with infant CPR).  All the information you need to register is right here.

Have you already been trained in CPR? Please share a comment on your experience.

Apprenez à effectuer une réanimation cardio-respiratoire (RCR) en cas d’arrêt cardiaque pour des victimes adultes et les tout-petits.

vCOP founder Glenn J. Nashen paracticing on Resusi-Annie

City Councillor and vCOP founder Glenn J. Nashen practicing CPR on Resusi-Annie