On December 12-14, 2019, in Wetlina (Poland), 10 Ukrainian rescuers from the Pip Ivan Mountain Rescue team (Department of State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Ivano-Frankivsk region) and 10 Polish rescuers from Mountain Volunteer Search and Rescue Bieszczady Group (GOPR Bieszczady) participated in common training.
The international training took place as part of the PIMReC project and concerned pre-medical first aid, including wound care, fracture protection, and first aid in cardiac arrest using available devices, transporting victims using various means of transport.
The pre-medical first aid skills improving between rescuers from Poland and Ukraine is part of a large project “Adaptation of former observatory on the Pip Ivan mountain to the needs of alpine rescue service training center” (PIMReC), implemented with the financial assistance of the European Union, under the ENI CBC Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020.
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