Agency of Public Communications Perfect PR became a partner of the social project for motorcyclists “Save a Life”

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Agency of Public Communications Perfect PR became a partner of the social project for motorcyclists "Save a Life"

Friday, 17 March 2017

Agency of Public Communications Perfect PR has joined the partnership to support the social project for motorcyclists “Save a Life”. The project was initiated by the bikers of the Lviv club LIONS MC UKRAINE. Thanks to the information campaign and training conducted by the motorcycle club, drivers of two-wheeled vehicles will learn to save the lives of victims of road accidents.

The information and training program of the project will begin with the start of the motorcycle season. It will cover professional bikers and motorcyclists, and road users in general. In particular, motorcyclists will learn more about avoiding dangers on the road and will learn to provide emergency home care with the participation of doctors.

“The importance of the project is that we will explain in practice with mannequins how to save lives if necessary during an accident. With this project, we as a club take on a certain segment of social responsibility, – said Waldemar Nadizhko, a member of the club LIONS MC UKRAINE. “Bikers will help everyone who wants to learn how to provide home care because often, due to traffic jams, the biker becomes the first to arrive at the accident scene.”

In addition to Lviv, the campaign will also involve seven other cities – Lutsk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Drohobych, Chervonohrad, Rava-Ruska, Kalush, and Chortkiv, which have branches of the LIONS MC UKRAINE motorcycle club. According to its initiators, the project will cover from 500 to 5 thousand people.

“First of all, our goal is to popularize the training course on emergency medical care and attract as many participants as possible to the project. The project will last for seven months – until the end of the motorcycle season, “- said Oleg Dudarev, project coordinator and member of the club LIONS MC UKRAINE.

The first training starts this Saturday, March 18.