February 08th, 2024: Eco Mobility, India’s leading car rental service provider, today announced the successful completion of its latest session of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training program for more than 250 driver partners in Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, and Bangalore. This initiative, conducted in collaboration with some of the leading healthcare providers, highlights the company’s commitment to prioritizing the safety and security of its customers.
The hour-long potentially life-saving training, conducted by qualified medical professionals from Fortis Hospital (Delhi), Sparsh Hospital (Bangalore), NHSRCC Children’s Hospital (Mumbai), and CK Birla Hospital (Gurgaon), covered essential topics such as recognizing cardiac arrest symptoms, administering chest compressions, airway stabilization, delivering rescue breaths, Automated External Defibrillators, and proper recovery positioning. The interactive sessions provided over 250 driver partners with the knowledge and hands-on practice through simulations necessary to effectively perform CPR in the event of a medical emergency.
Talking about the initiative, Rajesh Loomba, Managing Director, Eco Mobility, said, “Eco Mobility has been running several training programs for our driver partners for nearly a decade. It has helped our driver partners in being better equipped to handle emergencies as well as our long-standing clients in trusting and choosing us a a preferred partner. This round of CPR training, which concluded in four cities, is going to be extended further to the rest of the country. We believe that by equipping our driver partners with the essential skills of CPR, we empower them to act as first responders in emergencies and contribute to a safer travel experience for the customers. This training program aligns perfectly with our core values of safety, reliability, and trust.”
The CPR training program is part of Eco Mobility’s commitment to create a safer and more secure riding experience for its customers. The company plans to expand this training to other cities and departments in the coming months.