Tips on dealing with road accidents
THE MALAY MAIL, November 30,

MIMS' 98 visitors not only had a wonderful time enjoying the sights at the show yesterday but also picked up some useful tips on how to deal with road accidents.

Thanks to the Federal Territory Fire and Rescue Volunteer Society, many who were at the brief talk yesterday left the show mentally-prepared on what to do if they are involved in the road accident.

During the society's talk yesterday, the last day of MIMS' 98, there was a first-aid crash course and also a cardio-pulmonary resuscitation  (CPR) demonstration.

Society chairman K. Bala said besides the demos, the public was also briefed on how to take care of accident victims, calm them down, administer first aid, deal with the crowd and get immediate emergency assistance.

The society is also selling road safety equipment and accessories at its booth during the show.

Bala said most of the products on sale are targeted at motorcyclists.

"This is because they are the most vulnerable road users," he said.

"it is also part of our safety campaign for motorcyclists that was launched last year."


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