CPR Training

In the past few months, the Manchester Airport Transformation Project delivered one hour long Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training sessions to over 200 staff, including operatives and senior management teams from Laing O’Rourke and subcontractors.

The project has also extended its efforts in making the UK a nation of life-savers, and by now offering the training to local school and scouts groups, as well as inviting local colleges and other organisations. We now provide the facility to any visiting body, teaching local schools and organisations who visit to learn about CPR and how vital it has been on this project: a member of our team was saved on site last year as a result of this training.

The training provided teaches valuable life skills and helps the British Heart Foundation reach their target of five million new CPR trained personnel in the UK by 2020.

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Monitor site report. Laing O'Rourke. Greater Manchester. June 2019.

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