The Municipal Civil Protection Service, together with the Red Cross, has given this week a Semiautomatic Defibrillation course aimed at the staff of the Day Centers and Early Care Centers.
During the afternoons of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with a total of 12 hours, according to the current legislation and with the qualification of sanitary interest, 10 workers have been trained that have received this training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and semiautomatic defibrillation, that legally trains them to use these equipment, to save lives.
The training includes the basic life support protocols, PAS and OVACE, resuscitation techniques for adults, children and infants, as well as the technical adaptations necessary for the use of defibrillators in each case.
The Murcian Health Service will provide this personnel with the Certification of Training for the Use of Automatic and Semi-Automatic Defibrillators, valid for 2 years.
From Civil Protection added that "anyone can receive this training and that these devices are increasingly being implemented in shopping centers, sports, social activity centers or public competition."
Red Cross is an entity recognized by the Murcian Health Service to provide health training.
Civil Protection also has trainers accredited by both entities.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón