First aid training is an essential component of any organization’s safety protocol, especially for those located in remote areas where emergency medical services may not be immediately available. That’s why ThinkSAFE Maldives, a leading provider of first aid training in the Maldives, recently conducted a comprehensive first aid and AED training session for the staff of Soneva Fushi resort.
The training, which was attended by 16 participants, covered various aspects of first aid and the proper use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator). During the training, participants learned how to recognize and manage various medical emergencies, including heart attacks, strokes, choking, and bleeding. They also received hands-on instruction on how to use an AED, a crucial lifesaving device that can help restore a normal heart rhythm in a cardiac arrest victim.
In addition to the first aid and AED training, ThinkSAFE Maldives also conducted a first aid awareness session for 20 staff members of Soneva Fushi as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) program. The session was free-of-charge and aimed to educate participants on the basics of first aid and how to respond to common medical emergencies.
ThinkSAFE Maldives is committed to promoting a culture of safety and preparedness in the Maldives. With over 10 years of experience in providing first aid training to various organizations, the company has earned a reputation for its high-quality training programs and expert trainers.
At ThinkSAFE Maldives, we believe that first aid training is not just about ticking a compliance box, but about empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills they need to respond effectively in an emergency. That’s why our training sessions are designed to be practical, engaging, and hands-on, so that participants can gain confidence and competence in their first aid skills.
By conducting the first aid and AED training for Soneva Fushi, we are proud to have contributed to the resort’s efforts to provide a safe and secure environment for its guests and staff. We look forward to working with more organizations in the Maldives and helping them to be better prepared for any emergency.