Mineworkers from around the state were put through their paces, during their annual First Aid Competition at Argenton.
Competitors were judged on their response times and administration over a number of simulated emergencies.
“Our industry recognises the value of having competent and skilled first aiders in the workplace, but they also recognise they are then able to provide a valuable skill to the broader community,” CS Health General Manager Mark O’Neill said.
The West Wallsend Barbarians were crowned competition winners.
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