A local authority will install life-saving defibrillators in every primary school in the area.
The devices, which will be installed in Renfrewshire, will be accessible to all members of the public.
Council The owners say the recent incident in which Danish international footballer Christian Eriksen fell on the pitch sheds light on how defibrillators can differentiate between life and death.
High schools and additional support needed Local authority schools already have equipment, as well as town halls and recreational facilities.
In a statement on Facebook, Renfreshire Council wrote: “Did you know that we are going to install public access defibrillators on the doors of every primary school in Renfreshire?
“It will enable 24-7 public access to life-saving devices already in our secondary and ASN schools, town halls and recreational facilities.
“Danish international footballer Christian Eriksson highlighted how a defibrillator can differentiate between life and death and that the devices will be publicly accessible to all residents and communities in Renfrewshire. Emergency.”
“This is at the request of the Kirklandnock Primary Parent Council and new defibrillators will be installed by the end of the year, while additional defibrillators are being added to secondary schools where existing ones are not accessible to the public.”
Residents of the area praised the announcement.