Creating a ‘Site of Life Savers’

In February 2015, the Morgan Sindall team working on the C350 Pudding Mill Lane project held an occupational health campaign focused on coronary health.

Events included tool box talks, site stand down, defibrillator training for all first aiders and mini health checks.

One of the aims of the campaign was to create a ‘Site of Lifesavers’ where, using the British Heart Foundation’s Nation of Lifesavers campaign as inspiration, the Pudding Mill Lane team is aiming to be the first Morgan Sindall site that has every single person on site trained in CPR.

CPR is a valuable life-saving skill which can significantly improve someone’s chance of recovering after a cardiac arrest and is a transferrable skill that can be used at home as well as at work.

To date, over 60 people at Pudding Mill Lane have been trained in CPR, including Morgan Sindall staff as well as subcontractors and the customer’s staff.

There are also an additional 20 first aiders trained in both CPR and the use of a defibrillator.

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