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First-Aid training for traffic, law & order police held

Hyderabad,   The management of Kamineni Hospitals today conducted First-Aid training program exclusively for the Traffic and law and order police personnel with the liaison of Rachakonda Police Commissionerate.
The objective of the First Aid training program was awareness “on the eve of Stop the Bleed campaign March 31”. The campaign has been initiated worldwide, from the White House, USA.
On the occasion, police officers from law and order and traffic wings attended the work station based training program on the First aid to curb the death rate involved in Road Traffic Accidents exclusively for the police and first respondents. Some 200 police officials and men attended the program.
Addressing on the  occasion, Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat said the three  Enforcement, Education and Engineering with 4th E Emergency Care are important. He pointed out that about 60 to 70 % accidents are due to over-speeding and overtaking where as 10% due to drinking liquor and rash driving. Law enforcement has to go for cashless, contactless enforcement with help of technology in prevention of road accidents, he  said, adding that civilians should come forward to help the injured in shifting them to hospitals. He also said that the good Samaritans would never be treated as witnesses against their will.
L.B Nagar DCP M. Venkateshwar Rao, Traffic DCP K. Ramesh Naidu, L.B Nagar ADCP (Traffic) N. Divya Charan Rao, ACP (L&O) K. Pruthvidhar Rao, ACP (Traffic) Y. Narshima Reddy attended the first aid training program at Indira Auditorium, Kamineni Hospital, L.B Nagar.

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