Medical First Responder Course Concluded


Medical first responder course concluded

LAHORE, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 31st Dec, 2016 ) : The Medical First Responder (MFR) Course of Regional Program for Enhancement of Emergency Response (PEER) on Saturday concluded here at Emergency Services academy.

The participants expressed satisfaction on the standards of course and hoped that it would bring more professional approach in life saving skills. The Course Coordinator Dr. Muhamamd Farhan Khalid briefed about the course proceedings, practical skills and evaluation methods.

Speaking on the last day of the MFR Course, DG Punjab Rescue 1122 Dr. Rizwan Naseer congratulated 20 successful participants of MFR Course of Regional Programme and acknowledged the assistance provided by USAID & National Disaster Management Authority Pakistan, National Society for Earthquake Technology (NSET), Nepal and Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC), Network of Disaster Management Practionars (NDMP) for enhancing quality & standards of Emergency Services and First Responders in the country.

He said that professional training was the backbone & operations are face of the Service, therefore, we cannot compromise on quality of training.

Furthermore, such professional training courses enhance the professional competency of rescuers and first responders which ultimately results and organized Emergency Response in case of any untoward incident.

Speaking on the occasion, Course Monitor from Nepal Krishna Ghimire appreciated the efforts put by instructors to make this course successful. He thanked Punjab Emergency Service for facilitating regional course as per standards of the PEER and congratulated all successful participants.

Ganesh Kumar Jimmie, Director NSET, from Nepal appreciated the entire efforts put by the instructors and assistance provided by the Emergency Services. The DG Dr. Rizwan Naseer also said that the upcoming PEER course would be conducted as per schedule and all instructors deserves great appreciation for their hard work and successful completion of the course.

He said that all these efforts were for continuous improvement of Emergency Services and better preparedness in Pakistan.