A security officer at RAK Hospital demonstrated that CPR may save lives when she was able to resuscitate a man who had arrived at the hospital in severe condition. At RAK Hospital, Deborah Oyewole completed a top-notch basic life support certification program. She said: “Saving someone is very overwhelming.”
In an effort to develop first-aid heroes prepared to manage medical crises and administer first aid, RAK Hospital made the curriculum available to 100 security guards around the emirate. The Nigerian said that in addition to teaching the 100 guards how to give CPR, the training gave them the guts and self-assurance to react swiftly in emergency situations.
RAK Security Services employee Stanley Atuchukwu claimed that the training has enabled them to contribute back to society. At a function conducted at the RAK hospital, the recently trained security guards demonstrated CPR. We will be aiming to train and certify security guards across the nation, said Dr. Amin Hussain Al Amiri, assistant undersecretary for the medical practice and license sector in the UAE Ministry of Health, who was present at the ceremony.
Al Amiri added the ground-breaking program in which security guards would receive CPR training while being on their toes — literally — all throughout the emirate. Security guards are the most prevalent connection in the UAE and are present in all types of facilities, making them well equipped to serve as first responders in case of crises, according to Dr. Raza Siddiqui, executive director of RAK Hospital.
Dr. Siddiqui said, “The objective is to provide people with the information, abilities, and confidence to detect situations that need immediate assistance, as well as the ability to commence first aid and basic CPR until emergency services arrive.
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