Registering your AED with our 111 emergency services means we can direct a caller to your AED so it can be used in a cardiac emergency until an ambulance arrives.
We encourage you to register your organisation’s AED as it could mean the difference between life and death. The information you provide won’t be publicly available and will only be used when someone calls 111 from your location.
By registering your AED with us, you are giving us permission to direct a member of the public to your AED if we receive a call from someone who is at or near that location within the hours you have specified.
- Due to constraints within the Ambulance Communication Centre, St John is unable to phone customers to advise them their AED has been used. It is important that the person/organisation who has registered it regularly checks that the AED is functional and ready for use.
- If your AED is used, St John is not responsible for the replacement of pads or batteries or any other AED related costs.
Note: When choosing a location for your AED, consider where the most accessible location is for a member of public to locate it. Be sure to include any important information relating to access, such as door codes, entry/exit issues etc.
For any other AED enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Locations of AEDs in New Zealand
St John New Zealand - AED
If you want your AED to be available for public use in an emergency, you can also list it at www.aedlocations.co.nz. This website is not managed by Hato Hone St John.