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Grupo Bensaude pays tribute to the Azorean Firefighters regarding its 200th anniversary celebration

27 January 20
Grupo Bensaude pays tribute to the Azorean Firefighters regarding its 200th anniversary celebration
In the scope of the 200th anniversary celebration, the Bensaude Group has organized a ceremony in order to pay tribute to the Azorean Firefighters that included the offer of a cutting-edge technology live saving device.

On the 25th of January the Grand Hotel Açores Atlantico was also a showcase for the first event of the 200th anniversary of the Group and had as main characters the Fire Brigades of the 9 islands of the Azores.
By the hand of the vice-president of the Board, each of the Fire Brigades received a cutting-edge technology live saving device named Easy Pulse. This device is a brand-new gadget that allows cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It’s a compact, light and easy transportation device, which simplifies the action of these brave warriors that risk they’re life in order to save the population during the 365 days of the year.

The Easy Pulse allows chest compressions at a consistent depth. It’s mainly connected to the upper body part of the patient and it can be used in any situation, regardless of the climatic conditions. Mainly during the transportation, a high-quality chest compression can now be guaranteed.
This device weights 3.5kg and belongs to the last generation of cardiopulmonary reanimation devices, which puts Azores into the national forefront on this type of technology.
The Bensaude Group will also offer training on how to work with this equipament, so that every brigade may use it effectively.
Regarding the 200th celebration anniversary, the misson of the company is to reinforce the umbilical relationship with the Azores and with the Azorean people.
200 years. We celebrate it together.
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