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First Aid Training for Non-Medic

By Admin | Selasa, 16 Desember 2014 | 1032 views

The training provides knowledge and skills on how to save lives during an emergency in rapid and applicable manners for non-medic. Materials for the training cover; how to get medical assistance on the spot, to identify the victim, treating different types of injuries and the proper techniques for evacuation and transportation of victims. The aims of the training are to prevent casualty, physical disability and reducing severe pain.

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