Being prepared to treat a sudden cardiac arrest isn’t only about installing an AED. If the worst should happen, you need to know that it is 100% accessible and ready to use.

Security + instant access to your AED

With SafeBox defibrillator cabinets, you know your AED will always be ready – and you can save vital seconds in an emergency.

No need to look for keys or try and remember codes. Simply break the small glass pane and activate the trigger to access the AED.

Tamperproof and highly visible, SafeBox has been installed in public spaces all over the world. Heated and weatherproof versions are available, if required to meet local conditions.

Secure storage + easy access

Secure AEDs with SafeBox cabinets. Break the glass pane for instant access, no keys or codes needed.

Patented access system

SafeBox's patented tamper-proof access system keeps AEDs secure in public spaces, yet easily accessible during emergencies.

Compact design

SafeBox seamlessly blends into any environment with its compact design, offering discreet yet effective AED storage.

Indoor and outdoor versions

Choose from different options, like heated and weatherproof versions, to protect your AED and ensure it works indoors or outdoors.

Available Options

Being ready to respond to sudden cardiac arrest involves more than just having an AED in place. It’s essential that it’s easily accessible and fully prepared for immediate use in case of an emergency.


Secured AED access

Sudden Cardiac Arrest can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere...will you be ready?

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a leading cause of death. Survival depends on having quick access to an AED and the reliable operation of the device.
Like any piece of medical equipment AEDs can experience unexpected failures. To help save a life, AEDs need to be ready and accessible at all times. Being prepared for a Sudden Cardiac Arrest is not only about the acquisition and installation of an AED – you also need to know that it will work as designed first time, every time.

To ensure AED readiness, continuous monitoring and maintenance are key.