REHABITILATION OF THANE CYCLONE VICTIMS IN S.INDIA

by Chevaliar J.L.P. Roche Victoria K.S.G. Memorial Trust Society
Vetted
Oct 2, 2012

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION & MOCK DRILL TRAINING

FIRST AID TRAINING FOR HEAD INJURY
FIRST AID TRAINING FOR HEAD INJURY

PROJECT TITLE: REHABILITATION OF THANE CYCLONE VICTIMS IN SOUTH INDIA (9753)

REPORT TITLE:DISASTER RISK REDUCTION & MOCK DRILL TRAINING

REPORT PERIOD: 01.09.12 to 30.09.12


 

Date                :  20.09.12 ,21.09.12,22.09.12

Place                :  Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School

                           Thirupapuliyur – Cuddalore

Presidence       :  Mrs.K. Sasikala Pushpa

                           Headmistress

Presence          :  Mrs. N. Sankari

                           NCC – NSS TEACHER

                 Being united with the organization Global Giving Chevaliar Roche Society convened the Disaster Risk Reduction Training & Mock Drill  continuous programmes were convened on 20.09.12 ,21.09.12,22.09.12 at Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School, Thiruppapuliyur, Cuddalore district which was affected with the cyclone Thane. In these above  Training Programmes  Mrs.K.Sasaikala Pushpa, Headmistress, Govt. Girls Hr.Sec.School presided over the same in the presence of  Mrs.N.Sankari, NCC & NSS Teacher. With the leadership of project Manager and his team Chevaliar Roche Society offered the practical explanation and training. Following information were taught during the training programme.

 

  1. Early warning to be followed during the times of Cyclone Thane was taught
  2. Actions to be taken during the time of flood was taught
  3. Actions to be taken as soon as the Tsunami warning got was taught
  4. Actions to be taken if the symptoms of the tremor is known was taught
  5. It was taught how to act with the precaution without having any five accidents.
  6. Also it was taught how to serve in the search and Redemption works during the times of disasters.
  7. It was also taught by the trainer and Team how to carry the affected persons by using the stretcher method.
  8. Methods information and sharing and handling the same were also taught.
  9. Artificial Respiratory method was practically taught
  10. It was also taught how to control the hemorrhage practically.
  11. Making Bandage to the bone fractured people was practically taught.

    12.First – Aid practical Training was also shown to them   

FIRST AID TRAINING FOR HAND INJURY
FIRST AID TRAINING FOR HAND INJURY
EVACUATION OF THANE VICTIM DEMONSTRATION
EVACUATION OF THANE VICTIM DEMONSTRATION
EVACUATION OF THANE VICTIM DEMONSTRATION
EVACUATION OF THANE VICTIM DEMONSTRATION
ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION DEMO
ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION DEMO
EVACUATION DEMO
EVACUATION DEMO
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Chevaliar J.L.P. Roche Victoria K.S.G. Memorial Trust Society

Location: Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu - India
Website: http:/​/​www.chevalierindia.org/​
Project Leader:
James Tagore Derose
Thoothukudi, Tamilnadu India

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