FRIDAY, 10 APRIL
– Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Labuan International Campus Faculty of Computer and Informatics (FKI) Students Association recently organised a Basic Life Support Training.
The programme which was in collaboration with the Department of Emergency and Trauma Women and Children Hospital Sabah was participated by 63 participants comprising academic staff and students of UMSKAL.
The programme aimed to provide basic skills training and knowledge on the important procedures when providing initial emergency response to victims.
The two-day programme which was held at UMSKAL Tower Building was conducted by the Emergency Medical Specialist, Dr. Cheah Phee Kheng along with 12 other medical officers.
According to UMSKAL Director, Associate Professor Dr. Murnizam Hj. Halik who acted on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Datuk Dr. Mohd Harun Abdullah welcomed such programme that benefit the staff and students of the university especially when it was related to the safety of a Public University (UA).
“We will take different approaches to produce skilled community in the university who are experts in various fields including rescuing victims of emergencies,” he said. – ZMD (fl)
Source: Azri Onn
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