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India: DDMA to Open Taluk-Level Emergency Operation Centres


Kozhikode: Aimed at mitigating the effects of natural calamities and dealing with emergency situations effectively, the District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has decided to open taluk-level emergency operation centres at Kozhikode, Koyilandy, Thamarassery and Vadakara. Revenue officials said the centres would be ready before the onset of the monsoon season.“Trained volunteers will be on hand to coordinate rescue activities.
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India: Call 112 for Police, Fire, and Ambulance Services in Gujarat


Ahmedabad: The Gujarat government has plans to have one number that is 112 for all the services in the state. This was announced by Minister of state for home Pradipsinh Jadeja.The MOS said that so far for calling up police one needed to call 100, for fire brigade the number was 102 and for ambulance it was 108 and for women helpline it was 1091. The Government has now plan to integrate all these services into one number and just by dialing 112 the person will be able to lodge any complaint. The project has been conceived and even budgetary allocations have also been made sid Jadeja.
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India: Accidents Victims need not Worry Anymore; INTEC to be Implemented Soon in State of Kerala


Pala: The IMA Network for Trauma and Emergency Care (INTEC) project to save the accident victims will soon be implemented in the district. The programis slated to start from April this year, led by Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Janamaithri police. The state-wide implementation of the projectis being realized with the joint cooperation of hospitals, ambulance drivers and police. The training for hospital authorities has started. A special software for hospital authorities has started. A special software, a web portal and a mobile application have been designed for the IMA Network for Trauma and Emergency Care.
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India: Health Training on Road Safety and Immediate First Aid


Gangtok: Road accident is one of the leading causes of death, and road accident victims stand a greater chance of survival and reduction in the severity of injuries if effective First Aid and Medical Assistance are delivered in the Golden Hour. Hence, the Trauma Care Division of Health Care, Human Services & Family Welfare Department in collaboration with Road Safety cell of the Transport Department provided training on First Aid and Medical Assistance to doctors and paramedics of all Hospitals in the state and to the staff of the Transport Department including bus drivers and conductors from 19th February 2018 to 8th March 2018.
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India: Medical Emergency on the Mumbai Local? Rail Staff to Be Trained in First Aid!


The ‘golden hour’ refers to the one hour right after you suffer a traumatic injury, which is crucial for professional medical attention. Whether someone meets with an accident or suffers from a cardiac arrest, medical attention given in this golden hour can go a long way in potentially saving someone’s life.Authorities in Central Railways (CR) in Mumbai have taken this into consideration and are now acting upon it. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) will now train railway staff to provide medical attention to travellers who might need urgent medical attention.
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