Patiala, September 1:
According to the instructions of Red Cross National Headquarters Delhi, an eight-day first aid training camp was organized by District Red Cross/St. John Ambulance, Patiala, and after the completion of the camp, the students were given an online paper and a practical test related to first aid. 30 students participated in this first-aid training camp.
Secretary Red Cross Patiala Dr. Pritpal Singh Sidhu said that the purpose of this camp organized under the patronage of Deputy Commissioner Patiala Sakshi Sahni is to help common people in emergency situations like road accidents, accidents in factories, fire accidents, snake bites, and natural calamities. It is to save human lives by providing first aid in cases of gas leakage or in cases of war.
He further said that by taking this training, where the students can save lives by giving first aid to their relatives, they can also create a good society by providing their good services to it.
He said that any interested person can get first aid by becoming a part of the eight-day first aid training camp, and the person who passes the first aid training can also get a certificate issued by the Red Cross National Headquarters, Delhi. is This first aid training certificate is internationally recognized, and eight days of first aid training have been mandated by the Government of India for conductor licenses, driving licenses for heavy vehicles, and factory workers in India.