February 1, 2022

Awarding our ISS heroes

Three of our ISS PPE Spotters – Simranjeet Kaur, Bruce Watts, and Anu Bharti, have been awarded an ISS Hero Award.

Several of our ward nurses provided positive feedback for the three ISS PPE Spotters, saying, “Simran and Anu are both standouts, going above and beyond in all their duties. Bruce is also very diligent in watching the lifts for meal deliveries.”

The nurses agreed that Simranjeet, Bruce and Anu performed at a standard for others to follow.

Aktapreet Kaur, Spotter Team Leader, who nominated them for the ISS Hero Award, said the role of PPE spotters was to make sure all staff are in full PPE and go to the COVID Wards in correct PPE.

“At the moment, we are having 12 Spotters each shift throughout the day,” Aktapreet said.

“Congratulations on our three staff for doing a job well done and for making a positive impact on our customers.”

Not only are ISS PPE Spotters in charge of ensuring correct PPE is worn across the health service, but they also assist with other tasks including bed-making and linen changes, packing and unpacking of patient belongings, talking to patients, answering ward phones and tidying and wiping of benches, among many other tasks.

Saj Amerasinghe, ISS Key Account Manager, congratulated Simranjeet, Bruce and Anu on their success and dedication to their role.

“It’s always great to see ISS staff member’s going over and beyond to make a real positive impact on this vital spotter role,” said Saj.

Featured image: Aktapreet Kaur, Spotter Team Leader, with Saj Amerasinghe, ISS Key Account Manager, Simranjeet Kaur, Bruce Watts and Anu Bharti, ISS PPE Spotters