LEEC premises play host to the Disaster Victim Identification Awareness day for Anatomical Pathology Technologists.
On the left Dave Ridgewell from Royal Berkshire Hospital on the Right Mike Conway from Chesterfield Royal Hospital.
LEEC was please to play host to the Disaster Victim Identification Awareness day for Anatomical Pathology Technologists.
The day was arranged by Mike Conway from Chesterfield Royal Hospital with the support of ACPO. The feedback from all who attended was very positive, with a full program starting at 9am going right through the day with speakers including; Chris Dorries HM Coroner, Leigh Evans Forensic Odontologist and Nigel Humphreys DVI Coordinator ACPO.
The day included a tour of LEEC's facilities, where all the delegates had the opportunity to try out the full range of LEEC's powered trolleys in our fully equipped Mortuary training/showroom centre.
Peter Martin, LEEC's head of sales said, "it was a great pleasure to have the opportunity to show so many people who work in Pathology what LEEC can offer to make the difficult job they do a little easier. It was also a great opportunity to gain invaluable feedback from end users about what we can do to improve the service and product we offer.
Richard Venners, LEEC's head of operation said, "It's the first time we have hosted an event of this size, after the success of the event, we will be contacting other associations to offer the LEEC facilities for their own events."