San Quintín, Baja California, May 18, 2018 (PRESS RELEASE).- Staff members of Terra Peninsular participated in the course “First aid in remote areas” given by the organization En-Sar Ensenada.
From May 11 to 13, 2018 a total of 14 Terra Peninsular employees, including park rangers from the natural reserves, were trained in order to prepare them to prevent and respond to emergency situations in areas far from medical assistance.
The course “First aid in remote areas” is part of the actions from Terra Peninsular for development and capacity building, as well as to guarantee the safety of employees and visitors in the natural reserves protected by the association in San Quintín and El Rosario.
The course took place at the Punta Mazo Nature Reserve, in San Quintín, with the guidance of the instructor Julián Orozco, Emergency Medical Technician and rescuer of the En-Sar association.
Some of the topics addressed in the training were physical and environmental risks, attention to different types of injuries and injuries, evaluation and actions for emergencies, prevention measures, removal and evacuation of victims, to name a few.
As part of the training, at the end of the course the participants received the certificate endorsed by the AOS American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Academy of Emergency Medicine, ECSI Emergency Care & Safety Institute.
About En-Sar Ensenada
En-Sar Ensenada is a non-profit organization founded in 2012 created by volunteers and dedicated to saving lives through rescue and education for the safety of the wild land.
The mission of the organization is to safeguard the lives of all those who venture into wild terrain, through prevention, education and rescue activities, to collaborate in the safe and responsible use and exploitation of natural areas.