This award is given where the committee feels that an act was deserving of some recognition but not one of its higher awards.
This ornate certificate printed on special paper is the highest of the Society’s paper awards. It was introduced into the Society’s award structure in 1947 and it measures 320 mm wide by 426 mm long.
The “Certificate” is the Society’s most frequently used award and is the next in order of importance. There have been at least two versions of it to date. It measures 272 mm wide by 342 mm long and is framed and glazed.
Introduced into the award structure of the Society in 1955 the Resuscitation Certificate measures 210 mm wide by 299 mm long and is framed and glazed.