The next step is finding a location that is accessible. Avoid keeping the defib in a storeroom or office that is generally locked. Think logically about places that you could place the defib to ensure it is always accessible and discuss your options with your team. For example, if you have a public safety office, placing the defib on the door right outside, might be a good choice. If your building has a front desk or reception area, that can be a great location as it is where a bystander will instinctively run to for help in an emergency. Consider the layout of your property and be sure to choose somewhere that can be accessed at all times.