Two McDonald’s restaurants in Scarborough will now benefit from having lifesaving defibrillators installed on site
The vital pieces of equipment can help save lives if someone is suffering a cardiac arrest.
Local franchisee Richard Marcroft has installed Community Public Access Defibrillators for his two Scarborough restaurants, which can help save lives if someone suffers a cardiac arrest.
These units are on the wall outside each location and are available to the public and all emergency services 24 hours a day.
All McDonald’s Managers are trained in CPR and how to use a defibrillator.
Richard, who owns and operates these two restaurants said:
“I’m delighted that we are able to support our communities with the defibrillators.
“We felt it was important to make this investment in our restaurants to help people if the worst was to happen.
“I’m keen to raise awareness of the defibrillators in the local community, so that people have peace of mind that this valuable technology is close at hand.”