SAFETY WORKS WHEN PEOPLE WORK TOGETHER

To help the members of the community learn how to assist people experiencing a crisis, a four days First Aid Training held at Red Cross Bhawan, Kachi Chawni, Jammu w.e.f. March 13th to 16th, 2019. It is an Sixteen-hour in-person training designed for anyone to learn about First Aid Kit, Traumas/ Accidents, Transportation of Injured patient, Management of massive bleeding, fracture, Shock, Heart attack, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) etc.

Theoretical and practical demonstrations were imparted by the Sr. Consultants namely, Dr. Shelly Mahajan, assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi Sup. Pharmacist and Ms. Vironica Marwah, Field Officer. The exam was conducted by Dr. Dr. Shelly Mahajan assisted by Sh. Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist.

Sh. Dinesh Gupta, Secretary Indian Red Cross society, Jammu Region while interacting with the trainees briefed them about the very purpose of this training and how they can be of a great help to others in their normal day to day life by applying the knowledge of First-Aid acquired by them.

First Aid Training 

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FIRST-AID TRAINING AT RED CROSS BHAWAN, CONCLUDED TODAY
To enhance the readiness and capability of personnel in dealing with unforeseen medical emergencies and from Disaster Preparedness prospective “WHAT TO DO & WHAT NOT TO DO”, a four days First-Aid Training Programme which began on 3rd Oct, 2018 was organised by Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region under the aegis of St. John Ambulance (India), Regional Centre concluded today on 6th October, 2018. The training was conducted for the Commercial Vehicle Drivers as well as the Red Cross Volunteers.
Possible emergency cases involving First Aid Kit, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Transportation of Injured patient, disaster Management and providing First aid for cases like bleeding, shock, choking and Disaster Management. Main focus was on the Time Management say they were explained “HOW & WHY A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.”
Theoretical and practical demonstrations were imparted by the Sr. Consultants namely, Dr. Shelly Mahajan, MD Anaesthesia, Dr. Rashmi Sharma, Medical Officer, Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi Sup. Pharmacist and Ms. Vironica Marwah, Field officer. The exam was conducted by Dr. Kavita Nijhon, Medical Officer, Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu assisted by Sh. Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist.
The training was conducted under the supervision of Sh. Dinesh Gupta, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region.

FIRST-AID TRAINING AT GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE, REASI CONCLUDED TODAY

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To enhance the readiness and capability of personnel in dealing with unforeseen medical emergencies and from Disaster Preparedness prospective “WHAT TO DO & WHAT NOT TO DO”, a three days First-Aid Training Programme was organised by Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region at Govt. Degree College, Reasi under the aegis of St. John Ambulance (India), Regional Centre concluded today on 26th September, 2018. The training was conducted for the faculty as well as the students of the said college.
Possible emergency cases involving First Aid Kit, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Transportation of Injured patient, disaster Management and providing First aid for cases like bleeding, shock, choking and Disaster Management. Main focus was on the Time Management say they were explained “HOW & WHY A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.”
Sh. S.P. Sarwat, principal Govt. Degree College, Reasi, inaugurated the camp and was coordinated by Mr. Sunil Mangotra. This kind of initiative taken by the Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region was highly appreciated by the Principal, staff and all the student participants and they offered their full support .
Theoretical and practical demonstrations were imparted by the Sr. Consultants namely, Dr. Shelly Mahajan, MD Anesthesia, Dr. Rashmi Sharma, Medical Officer, Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi Sup. Pharmacist and Ms. Vironica Marwah, Field officer. The exam was conducted by Dr. Kavita Nijhon, Medical Officer, Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu assisted by Sh. Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist.
The training was conducted under the supervision of Sh. Dinesh Gupta, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region.

A four day’s training programme for employees of Pidilite Industries Ltd. Bari Brahmana, Jammu and Commercial Vehicles drivers/ conductors commenced w.e.f. 17th sep, 2018 concluded here today.

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All the trainee participants were taught that in case of accidents and medical emergencies “what to do & what not to do” besides basic tit-bits.Mmain focus was on the time management say they were explained “HOW & WHY A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.” they were also motivated to observe the standard traffic rules & regulations and to be a good citizen like.
The training was imparted by a team of experts’ i.e.Dr. Rashmi Sharma Medical Officer, Red Cross Dispensary, Dr. Shelly Mahajan, MD Anesthesia assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi, Supervisor Pharmacist. The exam was conducted by Dr. Kavita Nijhon, Medical Officer, Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu assisted by Sh. Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist.
Sh. Dinesh Gupta, Hony. Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region briefed the participants about the functioning of Red Cross society and how they can also be of big help to others during any Medical emergencies/accidental victims and can save precious lives of others by applying the knowledge acquired during the training. He also appealed them all to be associated with red cross and share the benefits of having the first-aid training programme among their friends/relatives.

FIRST AID TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DRIVERS CONCLUDES

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A four days Training Programme especially designed for commercial vehicles drivers/ conductors commenced w.e.f. 6th Aug, 2018 to 9th Aug,2018 and concluded here today. All the trainee participants were taught about that in case of accidents and medical emergencies “WHAT TO DO & WHAT NOT TO DO” besides basic tit-Bits. Main focus was on time Management say they were explained HOW & WHY A STICH IN TIME SAVES NINE.” ” They were also motivated to observe the standard traffic Rules & Regulations and to be a good citizen like.

The training was imparted by the Sr. Consultant namely Dr. Rajinder Thappa assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi, Supervisor Pharmacist. The exam was conducted by Dr. Shamim Akhtar Medical Officer, and Sh. Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu.

Sh. Dinesh Gupta, Hony. Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region briefed the participants about the functioning of Red Cross Society and how they can also be of big help to the passengers during any medical emergencies/accidental victims and can save precious lives of others by applying the knowledge acquired during the Training. He also appealed them all to be associated with Red Cross and share the benefits of having the First-Aid Training Programme among their friends.

 

FIRST AID TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DRIVERS CONCLUDES

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A four days Training Programme commenced w.e.f. 27th July, 2018 to 31st July, 2018 and especially designed for commercial vehicles drivers/ conductors concluded here today. All the 18 trainee participants were taught about that in case of accidents and medical emergencies “WHATTO DO & WHAT NOT TO DO” besides basic tit-Bits. Main focus was on time Management say they were explained HOW & WHY A STICH IN TIME SAVES NINE.”” They were also motivated to observe the standard traffic Rules & Regulations and to be a good citizen like.

The training was imparted by the Sr. Consultants namely Dr. Ranbushan Singh and Dr. Rajinder Thappa assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi, Supervisor Pharmacist. The exam was conducted by Dr. Kavita Nijhon, Medical Officer, Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu.

Sh. Dinesh Gupta, Hony. Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region briefed the participants about the functioning of Red Cross Society is and how they can also be of big help to the passengers during any medical emergencies and accidental victims and can save precious lives of others by applying the knowledge acquired during the Training. He also appealed them all to be associated with Red Cross and share the benefits of having the First-Aid Training Programme among their friends.

 

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FIRST AID TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DRIVERS

Three days First Aid training programme organized by Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) Jammu Region under the aegis of St. John Ambulance (India), Regional Centre, Jammu concluded on 17th May, 2018 at Red Cross Bhawan, Jammu. The training was started on 14th May, 2018 in which 25 Commercial Vehicle Drivers took part in the First Aid training. The training was imparted with the sole motto to train the common masses especially the employees Drivers/ Conductors of Commercial vehicles in order to save the precious lives during untoward incidents.
“A stitch in time save Nine”.

The training was imparted by the Sr. Consultants namely Dr. Ranbushan Singh and Dr. Rajinder Thappa assisted by Smt. Kanchan Devi, Sup. Pharmacist. The exam was conducted by Dr. Kavita Nijohn, Medical Officers, Red Cross Dispensary, Jammu assisted by Sh. Joginder Kumar, Pharmacist.

Sh. Dinesh Gupta, Hony. Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region briefed the participants about “What Red Cross Society is & What it Does” and how they can also be of big help to the passengers during any medical emergencies and also accidental victims and can save precious lives of others by applying the knowledge acquired during the Training. He also appealed them all to be associated with Red Cross and share the benefits of having the First-Aid Training Programme among their friends.

* First Aid Training - Many trainings are being organized to establish functional emergency first aid teams who can efficiently attend to victims of various accidents/disasters. Such training fulfill the objective of disaster preparedness and management.

* Red Cross Emblem Campaign - To train the Red Cross volunteers who will then be involved in the campign insisting for the right use of the emblem.

* Relief operations - It provides relief assistance at the time of natural calamities.

* Medical support - It provides medical & financial support to the sick & ailing not covered under any Govt. Scheme. It organizes free medical aid camps & general health awareness programs in rural areas.

* Ambulance service - It also provides Ambulance service for shifting of patients on no profit no loss basis.

* Symposiums & Blood donation camps - To invoke the students to participate in Red Cross Movement and its dissemination activity so that they have an oppurtunity to expose their talent for such noble cause. Camps are organized to promote voluntary blood donation.