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Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority holds workshop
By a Staff Reporter August 13, 2017
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DUBAI:  Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body of Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), the integrated free zone technology park, organized a first aid workshop  in collaboration with the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services and offered complimentary health check-ups for the whole DSO community, conducted by Beyond Nutrition.

The workshop aimed to educate all family members about the theory and practice of basic first aid, enabling them to respond in emergency situations and deal with a variety  of injuries and health conditions in a safe, fast and confident manner. The interactive session was in line with other initiatives by the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services - First Aider at Home, targeting housewives, and ‘Freejna’ First Aiders, aimed  at everyone.

Meanwhile, Beyond Nutrition, a Dubai-based health and wellness services company, provided health check-ups to Dubai Silicon Oasis staff and residents interested  in getting an accurate assessment of their general well-being.
 

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