26 trainees complete First Aid training course at APSARA

Published on 31 August 2017 01:56 PM Post By ៖ Apsara National Authority

26 participants came from the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, APSARA Authority, Preah Vihear National Authority, Sambor Prei Kuk National Authority, Tourism Police; Traffic Police have completed First Aid training on August 30, 2017 at the APSARA Authority Center.

This was the three-day training, starting on August 28, 2017, organized by the APSARA, taught by the Cambodian Red Cross of Siem Reap Branch. The course focuses on primary skills such as basic principles of primary relief, sleep situations, shock, unconsciousness, heart attack (CPR), choking, drowning, electric shock, lightning, poisoning, burns, bleeding, bone fractures, accidents, and victimization and direct practice on theories.

Mr. Lev Lon, a course trainer, said that this training was short and just taught all the trainees to know about First Aid, but rescuing the victims directly is what we should actually focus on. So that all trainees needed to have a commitment to save people, be patient, not discriminate or disgrace the victims. The thing to keep in mind is not to give medicine for First Aid, and have to pay attention on symptoms because wrong conclusion can cause the victims die. He added that he was happy to see that all trainees were keen on learning and hope that this knowledge will be beneficial and make their daily work performance better.

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