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National Disaster Preparedness Day (HKBN) Training 2018

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National Disaster Preparedness Day (HKBN) Training 2018

First Aid for Accident Training (P3K), extinguishing the fire using a Light Fire Extinguisher (APAR), and testing this alarm alarm held simultaneously in several locations in ITS. This is related to the National Disaster Preparedness Day (HKBN) which falls on April 26, 2018.

Purpose of Activity

Aside from being one of the efforts to improve Tendik’s competence, this activity has the objectives:

Provide knowledge of procedures that must be done when hearing an alarm alarm.
Provide practical skills related to how to do first aid for accident (P3K) when seeing an accident.
Provide practical skills related to how to extinguish fires using APAR.

Benefits of Activities

For ITS Education Staff (Tendik), this training is useful for:

Increase the knowledge of procedures that must be done when hearing an alarm alarm, which is to immediately gather to the nearest gathering point.
Improve practical skills related to first aid procedures and how to use APAR.

Execution time

This training has been carried out on:
Day / Date     : Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time               : 08.00 – Finish
Place               : Several locations in ITS.

Activity Results

This training is carried out simultaneously at several point locations in ITS, namely:

– In the BAAK hallway.
– On the front page of ITS Civil Engineering.
– On the ITS City Campus volleyball court.

Participants from this activity are all ITS stakeholders, ranging from lecturers, employees, to students.

Photos of activities

In the BAAK hallway.

In this location the gathered participants came from employees from the building around the BAAK corridor, namely from: BAUK Building, BAAK building, UPT SOSHUM building, Library UPT building, to the Rector building.

At this location, the ITS Youth Red Cross (UKM) Student Activity Unit (PMR) was called upon to demonstrate several important techniques in first aid. One technique that is practiced is the heart pump technique.

In patients who complain of chest pain then fall unconscious, immediately check whether the patient has a cardiac arrest. If you find someone with a cardiac arrest, don’t panic, but also don’t do nothing. Immediately call the nearest hospital or the nearest emergency unit to request an ambulance with the doctor. If there is a doctor or paramedic or doctor’s office clinic around the scene, immediately call. Doctors and medical personnel have received certification of assistance training for cardiac arrest.

These are techniques for carrying out heart pumping techniques

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Mr. Arief Rahman, S.T., M.Sc., practiced the heart pump procedure for mannequins



  1. Position the patient lying on his back on a foundation that is quite hard, like the floor.
  2. Position your head slightly upward because this position is the position where the airway is wide open and straight.
  3. Helper kneels beside the sufferer.
  4. Pumps on the chest wall are done with both palms resting on one another. Not all palms touch the chest wall, only the heel of the palm rests on the chest wall.
  5. Next position your palms, elbows, shoulders straight. This is so that the power produced is large and the helper is not tired.
  6. The source of energy to pump is the shoulder joint. So the pumping motion does not originate from the forearm or upper arm, but from the movement of the shoulder up and down.
  7. The hand heel is placed in the middle of the chest, in the middle of the lower half of the breastbone. In men the position is roughly parallel to the nipple, while in women it is parallel to the folds of the skin under the breast.
  8. The pump is given rhythmically at 100 times per minute.
  9. The pump is given with power which causes the chest wall to be pushed 5 centimeters.
  10. Every 2 minutes check the patient’s pulse whether it is palpable or not.
  11. Artificial breath may be given, but a number of studies have concluded that artificial breath is not necessary if the helper is a lay person.
  12. The pump continues to be provided until medical assistance arrives. If the helper is tired, the pump can be replaced by another helper.
  13. The pump can be stopped if a medical helper arrives, the helper is exhausted and there are no other helpers, or the pump has been given in 20 minutes without any improvement (the patient is still unconscious, breath and pulse are absent)
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The atmosphere when SMEs PMK gave direction to first aidProcedure (Procedure) using APAR (Light Fire Extinguisher) / Fire Extinguisher:
APAR1. Pull / Release APAR / Extinguisher lever locking pin.
2. Point the hose to the center of the fire.
3. Press the lever to remove the contents of the APAR / Extinguisher.
4. Apply evenly until the fire goes out
Link to see the stages of fire


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On the front page of ITS Civil Engineering

The training carried out on the front page of civil engineering is the demonstration of the use of APAR with participants who come mostly from students.

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Participants are using APAR

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On the ITS City Campus volleyball court.

The city campus volleyball court is located between the Information Systems Department and the Industrial Machinery Vocational Department.

At this location the practice is using APAR.

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