First Aid Training Company lands Irish Defibrillator Training Contract

Northern Ireland, Ireland (PressExposure) June 07, 2012 -- A Northern Ireland business has seen off competition from multi-national corporations and secured an all-Ireland firstaid training programme from one of the world's largest medical distribution companies. Safe2Care, has been asked by US firm Cardiac Science to supply the company's hundreds of Irish customers with defibrillator training.

Safe2Care Training was awarded the contract by the Seattle based Cardiac Science Corporation, which is a global leader in the development and marketing of defibrillators for use in the workplace.

The First Aid training company will be responsible for supplying hands-on training courses and programme management for CSC's defibrillator installations throughout Ireland. Many of these installations will include the hundreds of American bank staff based in and around Dublin.

Speaking after the award details leaked out on the internet, Paul McCullough said he and wife Pauline were "over the moon" at securing the contract in the face of very stiff competition.

"Safe2Care Training has gone from strength to strength in the short three years it has been operating. Despite economic difficulties and dealing with recession, Safe2Care has managed to continue building and growing."

The company's two founders, believe the secret to their survival in difficult trading times, is down to their innovative business model:

"We only use trainers who have lots of practical experience in their field, backed up with a training qualification, and a passion to pass their skills on to others," said a clearly delighted Paul.

"We appreciate that times are hard for everyone, so we keep our costs as low as possible. Those who have been to our courses have given tremendous feedback on the high standard of training. We plan to continue offering training that is affordable without compromising on quality," he added.

When asked how they feel about being awarded the contract, Pauline answered: "I'm so pleased to have this opportunity to give further training in CPR and defibrillation. Because of my nursing background I understand the importance of learning these skills.

"It's great to have the chance to teach others on both CPR and Defibrillation. This is a huge step forward for our business, we really are delighted," she added.

In the UK over 30,000 people have a cardiac arrest outside of hospital each year, which is why there is a growing demand for Safe2Care's business. Ambulance response time is, on average, ten minutes, but research has shown that the first 3 minutes are vital to give a collapsed person the best chance of recovery. Safe2Care would like AED's to be as common as Fire Extinguishers, and is encouraging everyone to learn the basics of First Aid. Learn more about First Aid and AED at the Safe2Care website:

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Press Release Submitted On: June 07, 2012 at 10:26 am
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