Area: NH – 2
NH-2 is 214 km long . It starts from Dankuni (Hoogly District) and ends at Duburdihi (Burdwan district – Jharkhand Border) check post. It covered 83.5 kms of G.T Road(From Dankuni to Palsit) then it meets the National Highway 2. Highway Rescue Project officially launched in NH-2 on 25th of July 2007. Network consists: Ambulance Provider 54 nos ( 88 nos of ambulance), Police Station 23 nos, Hospital/Nursing Home 20 nos. Police Station: Dankuni, Chanditala, Singur, Haripal, Dadpur, Dhanekhali, Gurup, Jamalpur, Memari, Burdwan, Galshi, Budbud, Kanksha, New Township, Durgapur, Andal, Ranigung, Jamuria, Asansol South, Asansol North, Salanpur, Chowrangee Outpost Under Kulti.
Area: NH – 6
NH-6 is 172 km long. It starts from Nibra Crossing (Howrah District) and ends at Chinchira (West Midnapur) check post. It covered 12 kms from Nibra crossing to Dankuni then 8 km Kona Express way. Highway Rescue Project officially launched in NH-6 on 6th of April 2008. Network consists: Ambulance Provider 53 nos ( 75 nos of ambulance), Police Station 13 nos, Hospital/Nursing Home 12 nos. Police Station: Chatterjee Hut I.C, Jagacha, Domjur, Sakrail, Panchla, Uluberia, Bagnan, Kolaghat, Panskura, Debra, Kharagpur, Jhargram.
Area: NH – 41
NH-41 is 54 km long. It starts from Kolaghat (East Midnapur District) and ends at Haldia (East Midnapur District) Highway Rescue Project officially launched in NH-41 on 15th of December 2010. Network consists: Ambulance Provider 22 nos Police Station 05 nos Hospital/Nursing Home 04 nos Police Station: Kolaghat, Tamluk, Nandakumar, Mahishadal, Bhawanipur.
Area: NH - 60
NH-60 is 68 km long. It starts from Kharagpur (West Midnapur District) and ends at Dantan West Bengal Border (West Midnapur District) Highway Rescue Project officially launched in NH-60 on 13th of March 2010. Network consists: Ambulance Provider 06 nos, Police Station 04 nos, Hospital/Nursing Home 05 nos. Police Station: Kharagpur, Narayangarh, Belda, Dantan.
Area: NH – 116B
Area: NH-116B (Digha Expressway) Digha Expressway is 98 km long. It starts from Nandakumar (East Midnapur District) and ends at Digha (East Midnapur District) Highway Rescue Project officially launched in Digha Expressway on 15th of September 2011.
Network consists: Ambulance Provider 28 nos, Police Station 09 nos, Hospital/Nursing Home 08 nos. Police Station: Nandakumar, Chandipur, Bhagabanpur, Bhupatinagar, Henria, Marishda, Contai, Ramnagar, Digha.
Ongoing work processing of HRP in NH34 (Barasat To Dalkhola) Barasat To Krishnanagar – 90 Km Krishnanagar to Berhamour Court – 91 Km Berhampur Court to Malda – 163 Km Malda to Dalkhola – 103 Km
Save Life Foundation is organizing First Aid and CPR (Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation) training workshop in order to provide more trained and skilled hands at the site of injury. Orthopaedic Association West Bengal, Indian society for Anesthesiologists’ West Bengal state Branch are joining hands with Save Life Foundation to aware the community through various training workshop in association with Government Of West Bengal Health & Family welfare Department. The skill based training is performed on manikins to facilitate the up gradation of existing trauma care system and emergency medical service.
The Pedagogy of medical training has undergone through major changes to cope with the “Golden Hour Concept” as in developed country. This concept is getting more and more advanced and switching over to “Platinum Ten minutes” concept.The skill based training is performed on Manikins. This training has facilitated the up gradation of existing trauma care facilities and emergency medical services. SLF has organizing First Aid and CPR training Programme in order to ensure trained and skilled hands to provide basic trauma life support before Organized medical help can be provided and patient transported to proper emergency department. We, Save Life Foundation, West Bengal Orthopedic Association, along with Indian society of Anesthesiologists’, West Bengal State Branch are Joining hands together to achieve the consequence of such training.
The concept of emergency Medical services is still in its early stage of development in India. Save Life Foundation, the NGO working on Highway Rescue to save more lives and limbs from Road Traffic Accident in West Bengal trying to focus on this important subject by organizing Seminars with a view to imbibe modern technique and shearing national and international experiences from Ems expertise’s. In the year 2006 the first seminar was organized on “EMS West Bengal & highway Rescue Project” with unique support from Varodara based NGO Life Line Foundation, who pioneered the concept of EMS on Highways of Gujarat and Maharashtra, and in association with West Bengal Orthopedic Association. “Current Concept of Emergency Medical Services” a seminar was organized jointly with Life Line Foundation, West Bengal Orthopedic Association and Anesthesiologists’, West Bengal Chapter. In this seminar we had with us as speaker Dr. E. Brooke Learner (USA), Mr. Jerry Overton (USA) apart from renowned speakers from National Level. Very recently Save life Foundation arranged one more seminar on “Where we stand on EMS” jointly with West Bengal Orthopedic Association, Indian Society of Anesthesiologists’, West Bengal chapter.
Organize “Awareness programme on Road Safety” for Drivers, Helpers, School Children, General people etc. Idea of such program is to create the awareness of complying the rules & regulations as prescribed in the concerned Law. The term Road safety is an indication of how safe individual users are on some particular road. The main danger to road users is the likelihood of a traffic collision. Such dangers can be reduced by individual road users operating cautiously and defensively.
Educate Local communities” i.e. educating & Training local villagers, Service men at Dhabas, Restaurants & Petrol pump attendants on the highway about awareness to take care of their own emergency problems & reduce outside dependence.
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YEAR : 2014