Fujifilm Sericol India organized a one day in-house first aid training session on 7th October 2017. The training was carried out by a team of Doctors from Life Line Institute of First Aid & Emergency Medicine, a Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) recognized institute. The objective of the training was to promote a healthy and a safe work environment and to familiarize employees with various first aid safety procedures and practices. The one day practical and class room training covered how to correctly undertake first aid while dealing with potentially dangerous situations like unconsciousness, falling from height, burns, injuries, fractures and snake bite. The training also explained how to perform CPR and ways to examine a serious casualty.
Managing Director, Mr. M.P. Raghav Rao believes that providing first aid training to the employees is a way to celebrate and strengthen the company’s ongoing commitment to safety . Speaking on this occasion, he said “At Fujifilm Sericol, safety has been adopted as a core value rather than a simple priority and that is why we have managed a great work place safety record over the years. Preventing incidents of occupational ill health and injuries are of paramount importance to us and it is our core integrated management system policy.” Mr. Chandrakant Deshmukh, Manager-HR, Fujifilm Sericol India said “We are committed to ensure zero harm to our employees and it is our standard procedure to give them in- house first aid and fire fighting training every year. This is for the first time we have invited Doctor’s from DISH Institute to provide live demonstration of various first