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   During 2021 employees of the Dashoguz velayat department of the NRCST conducted paid courses on the rules for providing first aid among employees of production organizations and enterprises of the velayat. Recently, one of such events was held among the teachers of the Education Department of the Dashoguz velayat. The first day of the seminar, the participants got acquainted with the theory, the participants were explained the purpose of providing first aid, that first aid is a set of measures aimed at restoring or preserving the life and health of the victim. On the second day, the participants of the seminar in practice fully mastered the skills of first aid. The trainees were able to make sure in practice that the correct assistance to the victim before the arrival of medical workers will prevent the complications of injuries, and in some cases save a person's life. At the end of the session, the participants demonstrated their knowledge of first aid and emergency behavior. At the end of the seminar, those who successfully completed the training course were awarded certificates.

 

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