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Indian Red Cross Society conducts First Aid training
12/8/2022 11:03:30 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 8: When you understand first aid, you'll gain the ability to help those in need. To get the best out of emergency first aid, it's important to know how and when to help someone. Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region has been putting its best efforts in preparing people to respond to emergencies of all types - from the everyday to the large disaster. Similarly, a mixed batch of trainees who came for 04 days First-Aid Training w.e.f 5th Dec., to 8th Dec., 2022 including employees of Uflex Limited Unit No. 1, SIDCO Industrial Compex, Bari Brahamana, Samba, Commercial Vehicle Drivers and Red Cross Volunteers concluded today. The highlights of the training revolved around First Aid Kit, Traumas/ Accidents, Transportation of Injured patient, Management of massive bleeding, fracture, Shock, Heart attack, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Snake biting.
Dr.Kavita Nijohn, Dr. Aasia Noor, Medical Officer, IRCS demonstrated keeping in mind how to handle fainting and unconscious patient. Practical of CPR/ Choking was done with active participation of all the participants. Emergency technique of handling bleeding patient, Fracture/accident victims was also emphasized. The Training was assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi Sup. Pharmacist.
The exam was conducted by Dr. Kavita Nijhon assisted by Sh. Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist.
The training was conducted under the supervision of Sh.Sat Pal Sharma, Hony. Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region. While interacting with the trainees, he briefed them about the very purpose of this training and how it can be a great help to others in their normal day to day life by applying the knowledge of First-Aid acquired by them. He also told them about how they can while performing their normal duties also become a hero by applying the knowledge of first-aid during any kind of mishaps/road accidents etc.
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