Three members of the XSite Braehead team have been presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal in recognition of their services as first responders.
XSite Breahead’s first responders have been specially trained by the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service and the Scottish Ambulance Service to deal with certain kinds of emergencies and provide assistance and reassurance until emergency services arrive.
Acting as a token of the nation’s thanks, the Platinum Jubilee Medal follows a long history of awarding medals to mark Royal Jubilees, with the first one awarded to mark the 50th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s reign in 1887.
Photo: The Platinum Jubilee Medal was awarded to Stephen Stronach, Operations Manager; Peter Stronach, Duty Manager; and Paul McGowan, Security Officer
Photo Credit: Sandy Young/scottishphotographer.com
The Platinum Jubilee Medals have been given to all first responders, in the XSite Braehead team, who have in excess of five years of service. The recipients: Stephen Stronach, Operations Manager; Peter Stronach, Duty Manager; and Paul McGowan, Security Officer – have over 38 years of service between them.
Rosalind Gibson, Marketing Manager at XSite Braehead, said: “Our trusted team of first responders provide an invaluable service to both customers and staff at XSite Braehead.
“Their life-saving skills mean they are well equipped to provide assistance and appropriate care in the first few vital moments of a potential emergency situation.
“XSite Braehead is a much safer place thanks to them and we are delighted to see them being awarded with a Platinum Jubilee Medal in recognition of their willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty should our customers and colleagues require their assistance.”