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Z Energy puts hundreds more defibs in Kiwi communities

Z Energy puts hundreds more defibs in Kiwi communities

Z Energy, in partnership with St John, is rolling out defibrillators to all its 211 sites this week to get more of these much needed life saving devices into communities around New Zealand.

Our aim is to make more defibrillators available after hours and make a difference in Kiwi communities.

St John says there’s a need for more defibrillators in New Zealand so this move will help more people know where to find them, when they need them.

Z reckons there is an opportunity for businesses and other organisations to play a part in making communities safer by providing more defibrillators and would like everyone to get behind this move for more defibs and is calling on other business and groups to follow suit and make more defibs available for public use.

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