Emergency Hero of the Year

It is not until you need a lifeline emergency service, that you realise just how important it is. Guernsey and the rest of the Bailiwick rely around the clock on a network of emergency responders to protect and keep us safe. Our police, fire and ambulance services, along with our coastguard, air search and lifeboat crews are our community’s guardians, on hand for anything from minor accidents to serious incidents, from protecting our borders to carrying out major life-saving rescues.

Their work can be tough, demanding and often in extreme, dangerous conditions whether on land, sea or air. But without such dedication and tireless high standards from these individuals our island’s unique and enviable safety would be jeopardised and lives would be lost.

If you know of an emergency responder or team deserving special recognition, this is your chance to nominate them.

Nominees

Ambulance Service

AMBULANCE personnel have been nominated for the Rossborough-sponsored Emergency Hero of the Year award by a grateful patient.

Greg Martin

A HIGHLY motivated medical technician has been nominated in the Emergency Hero category of the Pride of Guernsey awards, an award sponsored by Rossborough Insurance.

Guernsey Police

POLICE officers have been praised for helping a woman through her darkest times.

RNLI lifeboat crew

THE RNLI have been nominated for the Rossborough-backed Emergency Hero of the Year Award for risking their lives to save others in all weather conditions.

Sonia Guille

GUERNSEY’S first female paramedic has been nominated for a Pride of Guernsey award.

The GSPCA team

THE GSPCA team’s around the clock assistance and work for both animals and people has been recognised with a nomination for the Rossborough-sponsored Emergency Hero of the Year by Steve Byrne.

Award in association with