DEFENCE HEADQUARTERS, 15 NOV. ’23 (RBDF): The Crisis Risk Management Unit of The Royal Bahamas Defence Force, in collaboration with The Royal Bahamas Defence Force Medical Facility, recently conducted a comprehensive familiarization training session on the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) at the Defence Headquarters in the Ministry of National Security Building.
This collaborative training initiative brought together personnel from both the Royal Bahamas Defence Force and the Ministry of National Security. The sessions, expertly facilitated by members of the RBDF Medical Facility, focused on providing in-depth insights into the fundamental aspects of an AED, exploring its various applications, and imparting practical application techniques for effective administration during emergencies. The overarching goal was to ensure that all participating personnel acquired proficiency in AED usage and fully grasped its crucial role within workplace emergency response protocols.
The RBDF under the leadership of Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond E. King, is dedicated to the transformation of Defence Force personnel’s quality and capabilities. This commitment is rooted in the pursuit of excellence in leadership, which is demonstrated through professionalism. We strive to cultivate a High-Performance Workforce focused on Performance Excellence, fostering an inclusive working environment that empowers our personnel. Through meaningful involvement of service members, we share the responsibility for accomplishing the Defence Force’s Mandate.
By: Marine Seaman Rickey Sealey
(Photos by: Marine Seaman Rickey Sealey)