The Sobha Althea & Azalea emergency response team (ERT) – also an Incident Response Team is a group of volunteer residents who prepare for and respond to any emergency incident occurring within our society complex and also in the neighbourhood which affects all of us.
BE SAFE! BE THERE TO SAVE!
|ERT Member name||Phone|
|Coach Kay : 2102 – Can provide first-aid & CPR||Call Coach Kay||WhatsApp – phone call preferred|
|Dr. Divya : 3032 Can provide first-aid & CPR||Call Dr. Divya||WhatsApp Dr. Divya|
|Ajay Samuel : 2022 Can provide first-aid||Call Ajay||WhatsApp Ajay|
|Captain John : 2012 Can provide first-aid||Call Captain||WhatsApp Captain|
|Hubert Bernard : 2062 Can provide first-aid||Call Hubert||WhatsApp Hubert|
|Ravi Swaminathan : 2142||Call Ravi||WhatsApp Ravi|
|Alban : Facility Manager||Call Alban||WhatsApp Alban|
|Radhakrishnan Nambiar : A-7||Call Radhakrishnan||WhatsApp Radhakrishnan|
|Nandish : 1063||Call Nandish||WhatsApp Nandish|
|Srinivas Ghanagam : 1081||Call Srinivas||WhatsApp Srinivas|
|Saras Srikanth : 2021||Call Saras||WhatsApp Saras|
|Gopi : A-16||Call Gopi||WhatsApp Gopi|
|Meera Kannan : 2102||Call Meera||WhatsApp Meera|
|Paul Mallier : B-5||Call Paul||WhatsApp Paul|
|Jeslyn : 2091||Call Jeslyn||WhatsApp Jeslyn|
Emergency support group
Sobha Althea and Azalea – Emergency Support WhatsApp Group COVID-19
In the wake of the COVID-19, we have an active lockdown in place to prevent the virus from entering our apartment complex.
The emergency support WhatsApp group is created for to help you to seek any urgent/emergency support that you require during this lockdown period.
Who can join this WhatsApp group?
- anyone in the medically high risk category
- 60+ years of age, who require some kind of assistance during this lockdown period and are also medically susceptible (under medical care, wheel chair bound etc.,)
- <60+ recovering from any kind of ailment and do not have a support system
- one family member or neighbor who can raise alarms
How can you join?
Raise a request here –> http://bit.ly/COVID19SupportRequest. We will add your mobile number to the WhatsApp group.
I do not have a WhatsApp number what can I do?
Please fill the support request form and we recommend you to call or WhatsApp the ERT members Gopi (Villa), Kay, (2nd block), Hubert & Srinivas (first block) or Jeslyn (third block) to inform about this. Whenever you require any support, call the nearest ERT member (living in the same apartment or closest to you)
What kind of support you can expect from the ERT?
during the COVID-19 lockdown
– Help with grocery delivery
– Food delivery
– any other medical emergency or first-aid
Is there anything else that I should know about this group?
ONCE YOU JOIN THE WHATSAPP GROUP REFRAIN FROM POSTING ANY NEWS OR RANDOM POSTS OR ANY OTHER MESSAGES NOT CONNECTED WITH THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THIS GROUP
How to respond to medical emergencies
Do not panic, stay calm and call 108 (or command someone) if the medical emergency require any immediate medical attention. Talk to the victim using comforting words.
Call or reach out to the nearest ERT member for further support
Common first-aid steps,
Scene safety: You must ensure that the scene is safe for you to operate
Remember 3p’s, preserve life, prevent further injury & promote recovery
- Feel like fainting: Lie down or sit down, place your head between your knees, recover
- Someone else faints: Position the person on his/her back, raise legs above heart level, check for breathing, call support
- Person not breathing: CPR must be attempted if you are trained or call the ERT members (see video)
- Bleeding: apply compression & arrest bleeding with a clean cloth
- Fracture: Don’t try to straighten fracture or try to fix the broken parts the limb must be stabilised
- Bleeding nose: lean forward (not backwards), compress the tip of the nose and hold for 5 mins.
- Bee sting: If its a bee sting, carefully pull the sting out without breaking it, apply cold pack, seek further medical support if needed
- Fire: Keep the fire extinguisher accessible and use it if situation permits, raise fire alarm
- Hypoglycemia: anyone with high sugar levels and taking insulin or similar medications are prone for low sugar scenarios. Give plain sugar as immediate first-aid. Call for help.