AEDs Located in LQ

What is an AED?

An AED is an Automated External Defibrillator, and may be used in the chain of survival, to restart a person’s heart when they have had a cardiac arrest. It is often used when performing CPR.

According to the British Heart Foundation, there are around 1400 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in Northern Ireland each year, with fewer than 1/10 surviving. Awareness of CPR and operating an AED can mean life or death. The BID has carried out a mapping exercise to illustrate how many buildings in LQ have an AED on site, has delivered CPR training and will continue to raise awareness.

Where is my nearest AED?

If your organisation does not have an AED on site, it is important to have an awareness of the nearest device, should it be required.

This map shows all of the LQ business which have at least one AED on site (some will have several). Whilst it is important to know where your nearest AED is located, this should also be used to highlight locations where an AED should be considered.

Linenhall Street

  • Belfast Health and Social Care Board
  • Puppet
  • Belfast City Council

Adelaide Street

  • Department for the Economy

Alfred Street

  • Consumer Council NI
  • The Metropolitan Building

Ormeau Avenue

  • Department for the Economy, Fermanagh House
  • Clayton Hotel
  • BBC

Dublin Road

  • NI Chest, Heart and Stroke

Great Victoria Street

  • Factor Law
  • Millennium House
  • Great Northern Tower
  • Tesco Express
  • CME Technology
  • BBC
  • Pulse Smart Hub

Grosvenor Road

  • Value Cabs

Bedford Street

  • Bedford House

Get in Touch

If you have recently invested in an AED for your organisation, or your device is not listed here, please get in touch;, and register with The Circuit and NIAS.