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Asterion Employees Receive First Aid, CPR, AED Training

Training included both hands-on coaching and classroom teaching conducted by an American Heart Association certified instructor.
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Asterion’s corporate-based team members recently completed the American Heart Association Heartsaver first aid cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) course held at the company’s Indianapolis headquarters.

Billie Dzunda, Asterion’s health and safety manager, organized the training, which included both hands-on coaching and classroom teaching conducted by an American Heart Association certified instructor. All participants who completed the training were certified for two years.

“The skills obtained by the course go beyond our building, as they can be used by our Asterion families at home and throughout their communities,” says Blair Vandivier, president and chief executive officer of the company, which provides plating processes, pretreatment chemistry and powder coatings to the surface finishing industry.

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