Zomato Sets Guinness World Record for Largest First Aid Lesson

Zomato achieved a Guinness World Record by organizing the largest first aid training lesson in Mumbai. Over 4,300 delivery partners were trained in CPR and first aid. Prominent figures attended the event, including Anil Kumble, who distributed signed helmets and certificates. The initiative highlights Zomato's commitment to delivery partner safety and wellbeing.

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 13-06-2024 17:12 IST | Created: 13-06-2024 17:12 IST
Zomato Sets Guinness World Record for Largest First Aid Lesson
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Zomato, India's leading food delivery platform, has set a new Guinness World Record for the largest first aid lesson at a single venue. The event, held at Mumbai's Nesco, Goregaon, attracted more than 4,300 delivery partners, making it the world's largest on-ground first-aid training program.

Spearheaded by Raft Cosmic and supported by Feeding India and Medulance, the program offered professional training in medical first-aid and CPR. The initiative aims to equip delivery partners with essential lifesaving skills. Anil Kumble graced the event, highlighting the importance of safety and first-aid preparedness.

Zomato's CEO of Food Delivery, Mr. Rakesh Ranjan, noted that more than 30,000 delivery partners have been trained across 45 cities in recent months. Zomato continues to build on its commitment to delivery partner welfare, offering comprehensive insurance and income protection, and providing maternity coverage.

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