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Baku City Circuit (BCC) began its “First Aid” medical training for the 2017 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix volunteers at the Republican Medical Diagnostic Center on June 5th.
Baku City Circuit provides all volunteers with medical training according to international standards. Daily training sessions are held in small groups of 10 people each. About 150 volunteers have already undergone this training, with most of them having been volunteers last year also.
The main purpose of the training program is to improve the quality of emergency medical services during the F1 race weekend and provide volunteers with theoretical and practical knowledge to deal with any emergency situations before the emergency team arrives. During training, volunteers acquired theoretical knowledge about first aid and practiced what they learned.
Samir Zeynalov, manager at the Republican Medical Diagnostic Center, commented on the importance of the training program: “The preparatory work for Formula 1 is about to end soon. We are always doing our best to improve the quality of medical services, as we did last year. Therefore, we organize special courses at our training center at the Republican Medical Diagnostic Center. Training sessions for BCC staff is already over. The topics in these training programmes for volunteers include first aid methods with special medical gadgets in case of hemorrhaging, epileptic seizures, burns and so on”.
Emergency medical services will be provided by the professional medical teams of the Emergency and Urgent Medical Aid Station under the Ministry of Healthcare during the 2017 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, taking place on June 23-25.
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