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Investing in first aid training

UK electrical contractor, William Dyer Electrical (UK) Ltd has successfully embarked on a training programme for all employees which resulted in each member of staff becoming trained as first aiders.

Paul Coffey, William Dyer Electrical (UK) Ltd and Steve Rivers from AID Training & Operation

Steve Rivers from A.I.D. Training & Operation delivered the training in William Dyer Electrical’s bespoke training facility.

The training was offered across the company, despite only needing one appointed first aider. Managing Director William Dyer said: “Our people are our true assets; we continually invest in a variety of personal development courses and training across the company to maintain our excellent standards of work. Having several qualified first aiders within the business will help to ensure the safety and well-being of our whole team, either on site or in the office. AID Training uses the very best instructors, all of whom have a wealth of experience in their subject knowledge and come from an operational first aid background, including paramedics, nurses, military medics and fire fighters.”

Paul Hoskin, Owner of AID training, added: “William Dyer Electrical has taken the unusual step to give all employees the necessary training to reach qualified first aider status. Their team are focused and a clear example of this type of employee engagement speaks volumes. We were delighted to spend time at their training suite and look forward to carrying out more training as the business continues to expand.”

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