Red Cross Mazarrón continues its work to inform citizens about different aspects related to health and safety.
On this occasion, the aforementioned agency will conduct a totally free workshop to publicize what are the main techniques of first aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, as well as the way in which they should be performed in an emergency that may arise.
The workshop will be held this Friday, August 9 in the Plaza Toneleros of Puerto de Mazarrón from 7 in the afternoon, where all citizens who wish to learn these techniques can go freely.
Precisely, during it, the Red Cross youth will be able to demonstrate what they learned in a course on 'PAS conduct' held at the CIME of Mazarrón during which they were taught to "protect, alert and help, something that all citizens should know but especially our young people "explained the president of the Red Cross Mazarrón, Carmen Navarro.
This course was attended by the Councilor for Health, Francisco José García, the Councilor for Youth, Silvia García, and the Councilor for Coastal Services, Raquel Raja.
Even the mayor of Health, who has training with a toilet, was responsible for starring in one of the talks.
Francisco José García stressed that "these courses are very important and we will continue to collaborate with the Red Cross to carry them out because our work is to promote not only leisure and sports activities, but also training."
In this regard, the Councilor for Youth, Silvia García, also said that "when young people receive this information and that training before they can train and improve the technique," calling for young people to participate in these workshops in Cruz Red or those made by the City Council.
Red Cross continues its formative trajectory in all fields and ages.
A further example was the realization of the exercise 'Saladillo 2019', a training drill coordinated by the Salvage Coordination Center of Cartagena in which Civil Protection and 112 also participated in order to respond in the fight against marine pollution and which was attended by councilors Francisco José García, Silvia García and José María Moreno.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón