Red Cross conducts training at Black Orchid Restaurant& Lounge
Friday, May 3rd, 2013
With the intent of putting safety first, The Belize Red Cross San Pedro Branch conducted a Basic First Aid training exercise. The training took place on Tuesday March 29th at Black Orchid Restaurant and had the participation of staff from several businesses, including restaurants and resorts. Upon the completion of the course, each participant was given a certificate of completion in basic first aid. Chris Berry and Jermaine Santos of Belmopan and Belize City were the volunteer facilitators for the event, and they provided first aid and CPR training to the participants.
Amongst the group that received certification in Basic First Aid were staff members of Victoria House Resort, The Phoenix Resort, Red Ginger Restaurant, Caribbean Villas, Cowboy Doug’s Bar and Grill, and South Ambergris Caye Neighborhood Watch.
The courses offered by the Belize Red Cross will ensure that the work force in the tourism industry on the island have access to Basic First Aid training in times of emergencies. There are already plans to conduct similar training, at Seascape Villas which will be hosted by Las Terrazas on Thursday May 30, 2013. The cost will be fifty dollars ($50) per person. Any business or individual wanting to sign up for the upcoming training can do so by emailing Laurie Norton at [email protected] or Shirlee at [email protected] San Pedro Branch of the Belize Red Cross would like to thank Judyann and Tom Horton from the Black Orchid Restaurant for hosting this month’s training and providing lunch for the participants. Thanks you’s are also extended to Banana Beach Resort and Cowboy Doug’s Pool Bar and Grill for sponsoring a community health worker and post office staff.
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