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- September 5, 2016
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We are extremely proud of SNP employees Glenn Langman, Harry Mavromatis and Armando Malinao – SNP Security Officers at Sydney Airport, and Mark Stacey – SNP Security Officer in Melbourne who have been presented the Save a Life Award by the Australian Security Medals Foundation (ASMF).
The Save a Life Award recognises persons who contribute, through the application of first aid skills, to saving the life of another person. The actions of each of the above SNP Officers truly embrace SNP’s number one value of safety.
SNP Security Officer Harry Mavromatis was recognised for administering CPR when an ill passenger collapsed in the Qantas Domestic Terminal 3 at Sydney Airport. He was joined by SNP Security Control Room Operator, Glenn Langman, who is trained as an Occupational First Aider, and also provided assistance.
In a separate incident, Armando Malinao received recognition for his quick thinking and brave actions when applying First Aid after a gentleman fell down a set of escalators in Terminal 2 at Sydney Airport.
SNP Security Officer Mark Stacey was also acknowledged for his quick thinking and efforts which were vital in the treatment and short term recovery of a heart attack victim on site at Collins Street in Melbourne.
SNP Security employees are committed to regular and rigorous training to ensure the best safety practices are maintained. The award reflects the values that are encouraged within SNP’s strong safety culture, and we are pleased to see the outstanding efforts of our frontline team add value to the important role of security in society.