RMU Recieves an Ambulance from Rigworld

Rigworld Training Centre (RTC), an indigenous Ghanaian Company on, Wednesday, 6thNovember 2019, donated an ambulance to the Sick-bay Unit of the Regional Maritime University (RMU).

The ambulance, a Hyundai H1, has basic emergency kits including stretcher and fire extinguisher.

Side view of the ambulance

Handing over the keys of the ambulance, the Managing Director (MD) of Rigworld Training Center, Mr. Steve Taylor said the donation was to increase the capacity of safety and emergency response of the Sick-bay Unit. He was appreciative of the partnership with the RMU and hoped that the ambulance would meet the health needs of the Sick-bay Unit.

Mr. Steve Taylor, (MD, RTC) handing over the keys of the ambulance to Professor Elvis Nyarko, (VC) receiving on behalf of RMU.

Receiving the keys to the ambulance, the Vice-Chancellor of the RMU, Professor Elvis Nyarko, expressed gratitude for the timely support by the RTC and said the ambulance will meet the emergency response needs of the Sick-bay Unit as wellas equip the University health officers to convey emergency cases to nearby hospitals.

Management of RMU / RTC looking on: from right to left: Uni. Registrar RMU, PRO Vice Chancellor RMU, Vice Chancellor RMU, Managing Director, RTC and his REP, PROVOST RMU and Director of Finance, RMU.

The VC emphasized that the kind gesture by the RTC would go a long way to enhance the relationship between the two parties as well as develop capacities of both.

Mrs. Juliana Denyo, Head, Sick-bay Unit, expressed appreciation to RTC for the donation and promised to ensure proper maintenance of the vehicle and its use for the intended purpose. 

Some Staff of RMU and RTC present during the donation ceremony

Information Source: Marketing Unit, Regional Maritime University

Information Date: 18th November, 2019

We are using cookies to give you the best experience. You can find out more about which cookies we are using or switch them off in privacy settings.
AcceptPrivacy Settings