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Red Cross organizes First Aid Training Programme
1/12/2019 10:53:21 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 12: Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region organised a four days First-Aid Training Programme which concluded today on 12th Jan, 2019 for the Employees of Dabur India Ltd. Jammu, JBS Enterprises Pvt. Ltd, students as well as Commercial Vehicle Drivers. 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). Main focus was on the Time Management say they were explained "Hurry Makes Worry And Worry Makes Curry" and How A Stitch In Time Not Only Saves Nine But The Whole Garment". Theoretical and practical demonstrations were imparted by the Sr. Consultants namely, Dr. Shelly Mahajan, MD Anesthesia, assisted by Kanchan Devi Sup. Pharmacist and Vironica Marwah, Field Officer. The exam was conducted by Dr. Shamim assisted by Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist. First-Aid Training to all in phased manner is one of the major activity of the IRCS, Jammu Region and during the current month i.e. between January, 01,2019 and January 12-01-2019 two new batches of 80 persons have been trained. These trainings are being conducted on the advise of Sanjeev Verma, IAS, Divisional Commissioner-cum-Chairman, IRCS, Jammu Division under the supervision of Dinesh Gupta, Hony. Secretary.
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