Input from community groups all over Leitrim has resulted in this first issue of an online map of public defibrillators across the county. We expect that there are more devices at more locations and hope that you will help us get the map up to date over the coming weeks. The map of public defibrillators  was created by Leitrim Volunteering Information Service,Leitrim PPN and Leitrim Development Company – working in cooperation with each other and community. Submissions and amendments from the public are welcome. We also have a dedicated website with additional information and resources at Leitrimdefib.com

IMPORTANT:  This map is for information purposes only. The first point of contact in an emergency should be the emergency services. Ph: 112/999. For useful information about how an emergency call works click here

 

 For ease of use: Click the top right button to open the map in the Google Maps app or website  

Each icon represents a defibrillator at a particular location, with the colour representing whether they are functional or not (at the time of publishing November 2018)

 Red icons are those that are functional 

 Blue icons are unknown functionality 

 Grey icons are not functional

Clicking one of defibrillators will bring up the legend.  This contains all the information we have about the defibrillator (e.g. the eircode, its position at that location, any access codes, time accessible etc.)

 You can also click the directions button in the top right of the legend to open up directions to that defibrillator in google maps

We would appreciate the help of the public to ensure this map is as accurate as possible. In particular we need more information on the blue icons on the map – whether they are working or not. Please use the contact form on the website to let us know if your local defibrillator is working, or if you have any other additional information or queries. Thank you.

 

Funding

This project received grant aid from the Leitrim Development Company Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish government under the Rural Development Programme 2007 - 2012 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in Rural Areas.