Richard Kinser, North Fork Ambulance Association (NFAA) chief (right) shows Delta Montrose Technical College staff members Sheryl Williams and David Belvill the correct method for using one of two AEDs donated to the college by NFAA. One of the two AEDs was installed at the Delta campus, the other at the Paonia campus. NFAA received the AEDs through a grant designed to put AEDs in schools and public places. With the help of DMTC’s Emergency Medical Services department and the North Fork Ambulance Association, DMTC’s staff has been trained in the correct use of the AEDs. According to information from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, immediate electronic defibrillation with an AED can increase survival rates for emergency cardiac arrest from a 1-5 percent survival rate to a 90 percent survival rate.