She is among 100 security guards who learnt how to perform CPR in a basic life support training programme


CPR can save lives, and a security guard at RAK Hospital proved just that when she managed to save a man who arrived in critical condition to the hospital.

Deborah Oyewole, who is trained in a high-quality basic life support certified programme at RAK Hospital, said: “It is so overwhelming to save someone.”

RAK Hospital offered the programme to 100 security guards across the emirate in a bid to create first-aid heroes equipped to handle health emergencies and provide first-aid.

Oyewole managed to help a man soon after she received the training. The Nigerian said the training not only helped the 100 guards learn how to perform CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation), but also made them courageous and confident to act with lightning speed during emergencies.


Published: Fri 14 Oct 2022


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