Communities asked for views on Aberdeenshire defibrillator policy

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Aberdeenshire Council is reviewing the Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) policy in collaboration with the Scottish Ambulance Service.

they Seek community opinions on current policy documents, particularly those groups that have previously shown or may have an interest in placing a PAD outside Council House.

Groups are invited to participate in a short survey that takes no more than ten minutes to complete in order to share their views.

The survey will close at midnight on Sunday, April 16.

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