San Roque Watershed Area Team conducted Emergency First Aid Training last March 22-23, 2018 at SRPC - AVR, the participants are fifty-six (56) BWTF Volunteers & Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Council of Brgy. San Felipe East & Brgy. San Felipe West, San Nicolas, and Brgy. San Roque, San Manuel.
SRWAT continually educates watershed occupants who were organized as our Bantay Watershed Taskforce volunteers. These BWTF volunteers have been assisting the field unit in areas concerning watershed law enforcement and regulations to maintain the productive and protective conditions of the San Roque watershed. Hence, training programs are continually to equip our Bantay Watershed Task Force (BWTF) volunteers with the necessary skills to be able to respond to life-threatening emergency situations. These training programs are also extended to other partners/stakeholders from the barangay level in order to supplement the skills of the BWTF.
This 2-day Emergency First Aid Training held last March 22-23, 2018, was coordinated with the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council as this office are the experienced front liners in emergency response. With their expertise, they were invited to educate our BWTF and other partners in preparation the emergency situation response.
Using lecture and demonstration method of the trainor, participants were able to experience real life scenario and were coached in providing immediate care and response to victims.
- Realize the difficulty of responding in emergency situation while preserving life.
- Recognize the importance of training other community members in order to prepare community on any emergency situations, hence Barangay-LGU shall request PDRRMC for the same training in the barangay.
- Grasp on how to use bandages and other indigenous materials in performing first aid to victims.