Eco Mobility organises CPR training for driver partners in key cities

The company plans to extend the CPR training program to other cities and departments in the future

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 06 Feb 2024 Views icon979 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Eco Mobility organises CPR training for driver partners in key cities

Eco Mobility, a leading car rental service provider in India, successfully conducted a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training program for over 250 driver partners in Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, and Bangalore. 

This initiative, in collaboration with renowned healthcare providers, underscores the company’s dedication to prioritising customer safety and security. The hour-long training, led by qualified medical professionals from Fortis Hospital (Delhi), Sparsh Hospital (Bangalore), NHSRCC Children’s Hospital (Mumbai), and CK Birla Hospital (Gurgaon), covered essential CPR topics. 

Driver partners received hands-on practice and knowledge necessary to recognise cardiac arrest symptoms, administer chest compressions, stabilize airways, deliver rescue breaths, and use Automated External Defibrillators. 

Rajesh Loomba, Managing Director, Eco Mobility, emphasised the importance of such initiatives in enhancing driver preparedness for emergencies. He stated that equipping driver partners with CPR skills empowers them as first responders and contributes to a safer travel experience. 

This training program aligns with Eco Mobility’s core values of safety, reliability, and trust. Eco Mobility plans to extend the CPR training program to other cities and departments in the future, further enhancing customer safety and service quality.

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