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By ROBERT SUTCLIFFE @MRRSUTCLIFFE A SECOND Community Public Access Defibrillator, (CPAD), has been commissioned for Lepton.
Individual participants in sport (athletes, coaches, officials, etc.) become bound as members of sporting organizations that have implemented the CPADS. Often membership by-laws do not include individuals as members of the organization, (remember those dreary old by-laws and policies?) but individuals are nonetheless bound to the Policy through athlete or participant agreements.
The practical result of the acceptance of the CPADS is that such athletes, who are bound by the CPADS, can be subject to testing both in and out of competition.
"It is also a fact that there are not enough Community Public Access Defibrillators (CPAD's) in the community for use in such emergencies.
"In addition to the fund-raising to purchase and fit CPAD's in the communities we serve, we have been involved in outreach training with a wide range of people and groups in the community in how to deliver effective CPR and how to use a Defibrillator.
The fund-raising is ongoing and plans to purchase more CPADS will continue as funds are received." In support of the placement of the CPADS in the community, Shepshed Lions Club Community First Responders are offering training in how to deliver effective CPR and use of the defibrillator in emergency situations.
SHEPSHED Lions Club's Community First Responders are embarking on an ambitious project to place a number of Community Public Access Defibrillators (CPAD's) across Charnwood.