IRF to train commercial vehicles drivers in safety push
The International Road Federation, a Geneva-based global body working for safer roads, will impart training on life-saving techniques to drivers of commercial vehicles.
The idea is to provide enhanced first aid and trauma care to accident victims. “The drivers of commercial vehicles often witness accidents, and with the appropriate training, they can provide enhanced first aid and pre-hospital trauma care to accident victims without waiting for the first ambulance,” International Road Federation ( IRF) chairman KK Kapila said in a statement.
Toshiba group conducts cleanliness drive * In step with the government’s ‘Clean India’ mission, Toshiba group companies in India today organised a cleanliness drive at a community park in the national capital.
“In line with the government’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and Toshiba Corporation’s global initiative – ‘Simultaneous Social Contribution Action by Toshiba group’s 2,00,000 Employees 2015’, Toshiba group companies in India today organised a cleanliness drive at a community park in Mayur Vihar Phase III, New Delhi,” the company said in a statement.