In a MEDICAL EMERGENCY phone 999 – ideally with your phone on “speaker phone” or “hands free” mode to allow you to help the person in need. First Responders can only attend an emergency as a result of a 999 call.
SAFeR is a registered charity serving the Steyning area and is entirely funded by donations from the local community.
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Steyning Area First Responders – Volunteer team
SAFeR’s volunteer responders are fully trained by the South East Coast Ambulance Service – SECAmb. They provide an essential service supporting the Ambulance Service in the local community, and are often able to get to an emergency before the ambulance arrives.
Every year SAFeR responders attend numerous falls, strokes, heart attacks and other medical emergencies in and around the Steyning area.
Public Access Defibrillators
SAFeR funds and maintains Public Access Defibrillators at ten locations in the area for life-saving emergency use.
SAFeR supports the work of the South East Coast Ambulance Service