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Thailand: Emergency Response Plans needed for all Schools


Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has emphasised that all agencies must learn a lesson from the tragic fire that killed 17 girls at a school dormitory in Chiang Rai province. \"It\'s necessary that agencies prepare emergency response plans,\" the prime minister said on 24 May. Prayut spoke up in the wake of the heartbreaking blaze that struck the girls-only dormitory of a charity school Sunday night. Five other girls were also injured in the tragedy.\r\nAs of press time, officials were still in the process of disaster identification as the bodies were charred beyond recognition. Prayut pointed out that with proper plans, people would k
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Thailand: Terrific, Helmet\'s Able to Ambulance Calls automatically


Bangkok: The helmet is a safety device that must be used by motorcyclists. Although it has been using a helmet, a severe accident could injure the rider\'s head. If an accident occurs, rescue is fast becoming a top priority for victims.\r\nHELPMET is equipped with a shock sensor when the sensor detects a clash of heads exceeds 95 g-force, then this helmet will send emergency SMS to the National Emergency Centre and emergency contacts riders in real-time and their location.
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Thailand: Emergency Patients ‘Will Be Treated for Free at the Nearest Hospital’


NIEM secretary-general Anuchar Sethasathien said the institute would outline criteria to protect the rights of emergency and trauma patients and set up an Emco Service Centre to offer 24-hour consultant services. He said state agencies had met and mapped out guidelines for hospitals to protect the rights of emergency and trauma patients so that they would receive medical treatment unconditionally without charge.\r\nHe said emergency and trauma patients must be able to access medical treatment from the closest hospital regardless of whether it is a private hospital.
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Thailand: Volunteers Give Kiss of Life


Bangkok:  \"Look at me, stay with us,\" the paramedics shout as a barely conscious motorcyclist is bundled into a volunteer ambulance in the Laotian capital Vientiane, where rampant drink driving brings nightly carnage to the roads. It is a grim scene familiar the world over.\r\nBut in Laos, an impoverished and authoritarian communist country with almost no state-funded medical services, these kind of vital lifesavers are volunteers and entirely funded by donations. By the time the crew arrive at a nearby hospital, the Japanese donated ambulance - a right hand drive vehicle in a left hand drive nation - has picked up 2 more injured on th
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Thailand: Finally, Bangkok is getting its first ambulance lane


Bangkok: Bangkok unveils Thailand’s first ever emergency lane to let ambulances and other emergency vehicles access hospitals faster on 28 September 2016.\r\nThis first emergency lane is only two kilometers long but it’s in a very well-traveled area — it stretches from Din Daeng junction to Rajavithi Hospital.
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