The National Emergency Management Organization conducted a first aid training for Public Officers. Over 100 public officers will be participating in the training over the course of 4 days. James Gabriel, Nemo HR Liaison officer shared with Love News, what led to this training.
James Gabriel, NEMO Human Resources Management Committee Liaison Officer: “We’re actually conducting a first aid training for public officers and what makes it interesting is that by and large people would consider that because we’re out of danger in reference to the hurricane season that the work for NEMO is done but that is not the case. From our event today you would reckon that even outside of the hurricane season NEMO continues to do it’s part. We are always engaged in training of public officers and as I mentioned who are getting trained today are actually public officers who to a large extent would have done shelter management training. The first aid training is something that these officers requested and they have made that request because they have come to realize that whilst managing a shelter having the basic first aid skills could only make their job more effective and more efficient and so NEMO has engaged facilitators to undertake this venture.”
The Officers requested the training as it will make their job whilst managing a shelter more effective and efficient.