THE Welsh Ambulance Service is reminding New 12 months’s Eve revellers to remain secure and know their limits as they ring in 2020.
As with Black Friday, the Belief has teamed up with blue gentle companions, well being boards, St John Cymru Wales and native authorities throughout Wales to make sure one among its busiest nights of the yr goes off and not using a hitch.
Louise Platt, the Belief’s Assistant Director of Operations, stated: “After a busy Christmas interval our ambulance service is getting ready for New 12 months’s Eve with a plea to these celebrating to start out 2020 secure and nicely.
“The standard get together evening places extra demand on 999 name handlers, ambulance dispatchers, clinicians within the management room and ambulance crews than every other time of the yr.
“While most individuals will drink responsibly, sadly there are some who will overdo it.
“From inflicting a scene in a bar, falling over and breaking your leg, to driving dwelling over the restrict, we urge everybody to cease and assume.
“We don’t have an infinite provide of ambulances and our message is evident: behave responsibly and solely name us if it’s a real emergency.”
The service is urging folks to contemplate these tricks to have an excellent time and preserve secure:
- Don’t drink on an empty abdomen – make certain to eat one thing earlier than you exit
- Drink sparsely and tempo your self – alternate your alcoholic drinks with tender drinks or water
- Don’t drink and drive – pre-book your taxi dwelling or organize a raise
- Think twice about while you bounce within the automotive the next day – tiredness itself can impede your skill to drive
- Steer clear of hostile conditions
- Take care of your self and your pals
For extra info, please name Head of Communications Lois Hough on 01745 778671 or e mail Lois.Hough@wales.nhs.uk