First-aid training for Industrial workers and supervisors
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First-aid training for Industrial workers and supervisors

Mysuru: Nanjangud Industries Association (NIA) in association with Department of Factories and Boilers, Government of Karnataka, Mysuru Division, St.John’s Ambulance Association, Mysuru, have jointly organised a one-day training programme on first-aid for Industrial workers and supervisors on May  29. The programme will be held from 9 am to 5 pm at Hotel Shree Guru Residency, JLB Road Cross, Mysuru.

The need for first-aid is greater than ever because of the increased use of machines and electrical appliances in everyday work at home, at workplace etc. As per the statutory compliance, in every industry certain number of employees should be trained in first-aid, and  they should know the important procedure for treating the casualty. Moreover, they should know the procedure of calling the ambulance and shifting the injured to the hospital for further treatment .

H.Suresh, Assistant Director of Factories, Mysuru Division, will inaugurate the programme. K. Anantha Gowda, Vice-President, NIA, will  preside.

The faculty for this programme  will be Dr. B. Prakash, an experienced first-aid Trainer  from St.John’s Ambulance Association. The programme will be presented through lectures, discussions, case studies, interaction and demonstrations.

For details contact the Manager, NIA, 1st Cross, KIADB Industrial Area, Nanjangud 571302 or over Ph: 08221 225568 or  Mob:9731134670.

May 26, 2018

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