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Time factor always crucial when emergency, which happen without warning. Getting help fast may prevent things become worse. EMAS Penang situated in your community, it is always our pleasure and we ready to render our assistance in emergency, education, emergency preparedness and awareness.

The first steps in emergency is calling for 999. Through public education, public get to learn to get help in emergency. Road Show and First Aid Talk are carry out to share our knowledge with community. Besides explore the story behind the respond of ambulance to emergency calls made, members of public get in touch with our medics and ambulances. EMAS Kids was kicked start in year 2006 to instil, explore and educate the kindergarten kids on basic first aid measure and ways to get help.

EMAS Penang welcome public or private sectors, teachers, parents, students, kindergarten kids visit us for educational purposes. In reverse, you are welcome to invite us to your location too, factory, school, institution for talk, seminar, training, demonstration on life-saving techniques, CPR.
SJAM Penang offers various of first aid training to meet your needs. Contact us for more information.

EMAS Penang ready to help you to create emergency measures awareness around your community.


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