Pioneering water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod has scored another PR success after a story about its new first aid investment was featured on the website of leading industry magazine the IWO Journal.
The magazine reported that Panton McLeod had spent £10,000 on training up its entire complement of staff to be first aiders, which the firm believes will help provide an even better service for its customers.
The Borders-based firm, which is the UK’s leading expert in inspecting and cleaning underground water storage tanks, sent all 14 of its operational staff on the HSE-accredited course to ensure that they are all able to provide first aid services on-site.
The firm originally planned to just have one member of staff trained in first aid at each cleaning and repair job that it does throughout the UK – in order to provide an even better and safer service for its clients.
The full coverage appeared on the IWO Journal website and was the result of a proactive media campaign by Edinburgh PR experts the Holyrood PR.