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Do not hang up too quickly
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MAT service employee
Using an AED, or Automated External Defibrillator, is simple. It does not even require any training. Just switch on the device and follow the instructions it provides.
After the electrodes have been put in place, the device is capable of analysing the patient's heart rhythm. If the device decides a shock is necessary, it will instruct you to step back and administer the shock automatically.
Hasselt University's five fully automatic AED devices are located in the following places:
We advise everyone to make sure they know where they are, because every second counts during an emergency.
Why not take a look for your colleagues and get them to take a look for you?
The defibrillator is located in the First Aid room in block D, room D15. The device is located in a sealed box. Opening this box will activate an alarm: this is to prevent theft, and alert others to a potential emergency.
The defibrillator is located in the First Aid room D0.7 of the Old Prison.
Kris Delvaux is student inspector.
Anyone wishing to make an appointment with the inspector can speak to him on campus or send an email to email@example.com.
Need urgent help? call 101
Two stewards are active each day on the Diepenbeek Campus. They wear recognisable dark blue clothing with the word "steward" printed in grey. They are in close contact with the campus police station. Any campus user can go to these stewards with any questions, problems or suggestions. They will help you, advise you or refer you to the right person or service.
Their job description:
First Aid kits are located in
A023 (blood sampling room)
Basement near Ck09
Ground floor near C019
1st floor prox. C113
D15 (First Aid room)
G0.92 (break room)
Kitchen E block
D13 (student administration)
Law faculty building