Unresponsive and not breathing when an AED is available
If someone isn't moving and doesn't react when you call them or gently shake their shoulders, they are considered unresponsive. In this case, you should call out for help.
1. Confirm if they're breathing by tilting their head back and looking, listening, and sensing for breaths. You'll know they aren't breathing if their chest and stomach don’t move, and you can't hear or feel their breath.
Checking for breathing should take no longer than 10 seconds
2. If they aren’t breathing, dial 999 right away.
If you can't, ask another person to make the call.
3. Direct someone to fetch an AED immediately.
AED, or Automated External Defibrillator, is a device that delivers an electric shock to correct irregular heartbeats. You can often find them in public areas but you should know the location of the AED within your workplace
DO NOT START CPR WITHOUT OBTAINING HELP FIRST AND CALLING EMERGENCY SERVICES