Thursday, 18 September 2014

Automated External Defibrillator Awareness Training held for staff at HQ

The IRRI Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee conducted the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Awareness Training on 12 September 2014 at headquarters. The training aims to raise awareness to the IRRI community on what could be the early steps to take during a life-threatening event such as cardiac arrest.

41 HQ-based staff attended the training including Blesilda Enriquez (PBGB), Paquito Pablico (C4C), Randy Boy Benedicto (PPS), Rolflen Ray Atienza (EVO), Romnick Pascual (SCS), Charmian Sackville Hamilton (IRS Spouse), Ramon Oliveros (DDG-CP), Regina Mendoza-Armiendo (HRS), David Johnson (CESD), Maria Ymber Reveche (PBGB), Hernan Austriaco (C4C), Ramon Gil Cuyat (C4C), Erlinda Oracion (ES), Anselmo Reyes (FHS), Apollo Neil Monroy (C4C), Carla Lenore Calumpang (PBGB), Cyhdar Racho (SSS), Artemio Madrid Jr. (GQNC), Michael Thomson (PBGB), Meehris Galapon (SSS), Irma Tamisin (PBGB), Carlo Monpon (C4C), Rosendo Gutierrez (SSD), Renato Folledo Jr. (ICRAF), Ricardo Hernandez (ES), Emily Alcantara (PBGB), James Quilty (CESD), Carlito Balingbing (ES), Zilhas Jewel (PBGB), Darwin Cruz (SSS), Evangeline Gonzales (SHU), Jerwin Pascua (FHS), members of the IRRI Medical Clinic Team: Katherine Canubas, John Roman Diones, Jonilynn Frances Lorzano, Richmond Reyes; and Pilipinas 911 Staff: Danica Faye Manalili, James Allen Diego, Jillian Marie Sitchon, Sheryl Bombita, Sarah Paras.

The training was facilitated by Jose Luis Domingo, Director of the Emergency Research Center, Inc., a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registered, non-stock, not-for-profit, non-government organization dedicated to community-based Mass Emergency Preparedness, Management and Education based in the Philippines.

For inquiries ​on ​future Learning & Development (L&D) Programs, please contact HRS People Development Services at​ ​ or access the Learning & Development online calendar at HRS Workplace Communications Article No. 2014-103

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