officers have been commended for assisting in saving lives on a
company client site.
assisted in the resuscitation of the student attending Birmingham
Metropolitan College's James Watt Campus (pictured).
general manager Harry Smith described the action as "brave and
outstanding" and commended Karl for an undertaking which ultimately
saved a life.
Metropolitan College facilities management head John Starmer said:
"It's in times of crisis that you depend on members of staff coming
to the fore. Karl contributed in keeping the student alive until the
paramedics responded. The College is fortunate to have a member of
staff with these qualities."
The Security team
at James Watt Campus was also commended for assisting a college
staff member who had suffered a minor stroke on-site.
"Phil Barton and student welfare officers Anna and Andrew did a
great job responding to this gentleman. According to the hospital,
their thinking and action actually helped prevent further damage,"
said Harry Smith.
"We're proud of the team at James Watt Campus. They have all
demonstrated true commitment to the welfare of those entrusted with
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About Samsic Group
Founded in 1986, Rennes-based Samsic fields over 40,000 employees from
200 locations on behalf of more than 10,000 clients across Europe. The
company also owns subsidiaries in Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg,
Spain and Portugal. Highly regarded for the quality of its service
professionalism, Samsic has expanded from its core cleaning offer to
undertake tasks ranging from security to recruitment and home domestic
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