The Women’s Secretariat team received first aid training

The Women’s Secretariat team received first aid training
The Women’s Secretariat team received first aid training

Workers of the Secretariat of Women, Gender and Diversity They were trained by the SAMEC teaching team in first aid, under the theoretical-practical modality.

It occurred within the framework of Provincial Law No. 8434 passed in May of this year, which establishes mandatory training in First Aid Techniques for all people who work in the Provincial Public Administration, Centralized and Decentralized, autonomous organizations, companies and companies of the State, Legislative and Judicial powers, and the Public Ministry and the Auditor General of the Province.

What is sought is for everyone to have the knowledge and tools to know how to act in the event of possible imbalances.

“It is essential that, if you are witnessing a critical health situation, you proceed quickly and correctly. “They are the first link,” said one of the nurses, Cristian Taritolay, while highlighting topics such as hemorrhage control, hypoglycemia, or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). He did it with his colleague, Román Quiquinte.

The secretary of Women, Gender and Health, Itatí Carrique, participated; the undersecretaries of Equality and Diversity Policies, and of Policies against Gender-Based Violence, Inés Bocanera, and Rosaura Gareca, respectively; and the director of the Women, Gender and Women Agency, Florencia Rivero.

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