WARBURTON

The practical training on life saving in different emergencies should be imparted to 1124 patrolling police to build their capacity and save precious lives, said by Patrolling Police DSP Shehzadi Gulfam while speaking at the concluding ceremony of two days training at Patrolling Police Checkpost Jatt Nagar in Nankana Sahib here.

As per details, Rescue 1122 Nankana Sahib organised a two days “Basic Life Supports” orientation training workshop from on December 10 and 11 wherein Rescue Safety Officer Muhammad Shahid, LFR Amir Ali, AEMT Ali Akbar and FR Irfan Manzoor imparted training to the patrolling police staff on how to save lives during various incidents like fire, house collapse, drowning, snake bite, heart attack, electric shock and short circuit.

DSP Patrolling Police Shehzadi Gulfam witnessed the training session and admired the training campaign of Rescue 1122 to other institutions for the safety of lives in emergencies. She appreciated the theoretical communication and practical demonstration of rescue trainers and hoped that it would continue the program in other institutions in the district.