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Pierrefonds puts defibrillator in every municipal building

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Mr. Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Borough Mayor and Member of Ville de Montréal Executive Committee, responsible for procurement, sports and recreation, and communities of diverse origins, doing a demonstration of use of a cardiac defibrillator.
Mr. Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Borough Mayor and Member of Ville de Montréal Executive Committee, responsible for procurement, sports and recreation, and communities of diverse origins, doing a demonstration of use of a cardiac defibrillator.

Because every minute counts when it comes to a cardiac emergency and in a concern to protect the life of its citizens and employees, the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro has installed six new defibrillators in its municipal buildings.

 

In addition to these six new defibrillators and the nine installed last year, two defibrillators can be found in the public security vehicles for a total of 17 devices. Thanks to this recent acquisition, the Borough is proud to announce that all municipal buildings are now equipped with a defibrillator.

 

Mr. Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Borough Mayor and Member of Ville de Montréal's Executive Committee, responsible for procurement, sports and recreation, and communities of diverse origins (in the centre), accompanied by Mr. Victor Ortega, coordinator of the Borough's public security (at right) and Mr. Ted Cox, Facility Manager - Sports, Recreation and Sports Facilities of the Borough (at left).
Mr. Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Borough Mayor and Member of Ville de Montréal’s Executive Committee, responsible for procurement, sports and recreation, and communities of diverse origins (in the centre), accompanied by Mr. Victor Ortega, coordinator of the Borough’s public security (at right) and Mr. Ted Cox, Facility Manager – Sports, Recreation and Sports Facilities of the Borough (at left).

“Greater access to defibrillators in Pierrefonds-Roxboro municipal buildings will allow us to be part of the survival chain of a citizen who suffers cardiac arrest. Simple to use, the portable device indicates to the user what to do step-by-step; A first aid equipment to ensure greater safety for our citizens.”, explained Mr. Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Pierrefonds- Roxboro Borough Mayor, and Member of Ville de Montréal’s Executive Committee, responsible for procurement, sports and recreation, and communities of diverse origins.

 

Municipal buildings equipped with a defibrillator

Pierrefonds Public Library Roxboro Public Library East Community Centre

Marcel Morin Community Centre Pierrefonds Cultural Centre Borough Hall

Public Works Alexander Park Chalet

D’À-Ma-Baie Park Chalet Brook Park Chalet

George Springate Sports Centre Chalet Grier Park Chalet

Munro Park Chalet

De la Rive-Boisée Park Chalet Roxboro Park Chalet

 

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