Safety Training & Emergency Preparedness Workshops
Gymkhana Club, New Delhi
Gymkhana Club, in association with Philanthrope conducted a Training and Safety workshop by Dr Angeli Qwatra, for its Administrative Staff on 30th May, 2019. The staff attended the workshop and listened to the instructions with rapt attention and the techniques displayed were appreciated. The training was such a success that the Delhi Gymkhana Club management invited Dr. Qwatra for a second safety training to their staff on October 24, 2019, for better equipping staff in handling emergency situations, thus ensuring the safety of their members and staff.
On May 28, 2019, a safety training and emergency preparedness session was conducted by Dr. Angeli Qwatra at National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC), Faridabad, where crucial life saving techniques like CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and fire safety were discussed and practiced in mock sessions.
University of Delhi
In December, 2018, a Safety Preparedness & Emergency Response Training seminar was organized by ‘Philanthrope’ in the Northern Campus of Delhi University. More than 100 students participated in the seminar and took advantage of the lecture and demonstration of safety equipment by Philanthrope Director, Dr. Angeli Qwatra, which could potentially help them become efficient emergency responders in a crisis situation. Dr. Qwatra was very specific about discussing the benefits of disaster management training which, according to her, includes more effective loss avoidance regulations and strategies, improved understanding of emergency processes, more effective hazard mitigation strategies, and improved emergency response and recovery.
More than 550 students benefited from a Disaster Management & Emergency Response Training seminar organized during the Rotaract District 3011- RYLA 2018 event at the O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonepat, Haryana. The seminar was conducted by Philanthrope Director, Dr. Angeli Qwatra, who shared invaluable insights and training on how to become efficient emergency responders in an emergency. The students were made aware of the various types of disasters, like, natura or man-made and also trained on the subject of creating and executing an emergency plan, emergency evacuation mapping, disaster response, CPR and other medical first aid techniques that could help them save lives in face of a disaster till professional help arrives.