Ferryman installs life-saving defib

Ferryman installs life-saving defib

Newport-based Ferryman has paid for a public access defibrillator to be fitted outside its reception.

The unit, which cost approximately £2,500, requires no training to use and is available to the public as well as emergency services.

The project was organised by accounts manager Vicky Styles.

“Cardiac risk, particularly in the young, is very close to our hearts at Ferryman as staff members have lost people they loved,” says Vicky. “Besides which, this is an important public service.”

The company also supports youth cardiac health charity CRY, and Jack’s Appeal which funds and provides automated defibrillators for schools and public places across Wales.

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