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Trained To Save Lives

Twelve production staff of the Fiji Sun have received First Aid training at the St John’s Association in Suva. It is part of training St John’s can provide to companies
24 Jun 2015 10:00
Trained To Save Lives
Fiji Sun staff at the Saint Johns Ambulance headquarters in Toorak. From left: Mesake Mekemeke, Philip Paul, Maika Bale, Mereani Sagogo, Pita Kinikini, Rahmat Khan (Sat Johns Ambulance trainer), Hirdesh Chand, Mere Vakaloloma, Rayape Karavaki, Sela Bolatagici, Joana Ratunimatari, Mitiana Vela. Photo: Rama

Twelve production staff of the Fiji Sun have received First Aid training at the St John’s Association in Suva.

It is part of training St John’s can provide to companies and organisations.

The training aimed at providing basic skills needed when tending to an injured person in the workplace.

Mr Khan said the Occupation Health and Safety Law, it was applicable for all companies.

Today is St Johns Day.

The Association’s heritage goes back to the 11th century Jerusalem where the first knights of Saint John provided free medical care.

Feedback: luisa.qiolevu@fijisun.com.fj

 


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