Bengaluru sets world record for training highest number of police personnel in CPR and first aid

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15-01-2024

    Over 2,200 police officers undergo training in CPR

    Event secured a place in World Book of Records, London

    CPR instrumental in saving lives during heart emergencies

In Bengaluru, a groundbreaking achievement was marked as over 2,200 police officers underwent comprehensive training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid.

The event, hosted at the Sri Kanteerava Indoor Stadium in collaboration with the Sankalpa Chase Cancer Foundation, garnered participation from traffic and law enforcement officers, security personnel from the Vidhana Soudha, and 48 security personnel from Raj Bhavan.

This noteworthy initiative, organized by the Surgical Society of Bengaluru, has secured a place in the World Book of Records, London, for training the highest number of police personnel in CPR and first aid simultaneously.

The inaugural ceremony, graced by Health Minister Dinesh Gundu Rao, stressed the importance of extending this life-saving training to a broader audience, including students, teachers, and government officials from various departments such as transport and health.

Minister Rao, undergoing the training himself for the first time, highlighted the critical role of first aid knowledge, emphasizing that it is not only instrumental in saving lives but is particularly crucial for police officers who frequently encounter emergency situations.

Bengaluru City Police Commissioner B Dayananda echoed this sentiment, stating that such training is essential not just for the well-being of citizens but also for ensuring the safety of police personnel during critical moments.

Bengaluru sets world record for training highest number of police personnel in CPR and first aid

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    Over 2,200 police officers undergo training in CPR

    Event secured a place in World Book of Records, London

    CPR instrumental in saving lives during heart emergencies

In Bengaluru, a groundbreaking achievement was marked as over 2,200 police officers underwent comprehensive training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid.

The event, hosted at the Sri Kanteerava Indoor Stadium in collaboration with the Sankalpa Chase Cancer Foundation, garnered participation from traffic and law enforcement officers, security personnel from the Vidhana Soudha, and 48 security personnel from Raj Bhavan.

This noteworthy initiative, organized by the Surgical Society of Bengaluru, has secured a place in the World Book of Records, London, for training the highest number of police personnel in CPR and first aid simultaneously.

The inaugural ceremony, graced by Health Minister Dinesh Gundu Rao, stressed the importance of extending this life-saving training to a broader audience, including students, teachers, and government officials from various departments such as transport and health.

Minister Rao, undergoing the training himself for the first time, highlighted the critical role of first aid knowledge, emphasizing that it is not only instrumental in saving lives but is particularly crucial for police officers who frequently encounter emergency situations.

Bengaluru City Police Commissioner B Dayananda echoed this sentiment, stating that such training is essential not just for the well-being of citizens but also for ensuring the safety of police personnel during critical moments.

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