Essential Search and rescue is design to put some awareness and effort for gain the skills and knowledge regarding the superficial search and rescue operation. Search and rescue is the search for and provision of aid to people who are in distress or imminent danger. This course provided to improve the efficiency and personal safety of all ERT in an organization, whether they are the rescuer or the Fire Team in need of rescue. This procedure addresses ERT rescues with scenarios typical of the fires where ERT have lost their lives. During these types of rescues, time is critical. With this described method, a rescue can be performed in a timely manner and increase the odds for a safe and successful operation.
The main objectives of a search and rescue team are to:-
- To save lives and rescue the survivors trapped under the debris, from the damaged buildings or from any emergency related with buildings in fire.
- Provide casualty handling services to the trapped survivors and to dispatch them for a medical care.
- To ensure rescue procedure being implemented and the process can be done effectively.
- Emergency Response Team Members and Leaders
- OSH Practitioners: SHO, OHD, OHN, IHT, CHRA
- First Aid Team
- Fire Fighting Team
- Physically and mentally fit
- Experience being an ERT is an advantage and highly recommended
Training Approach and Methodologies
A good blend of Theory and Practical Session which is at least half of the time the participants will be on the run. With the help of multimedia presentation e.g. slides show, video clips and lively and humor presentation from our trainers, participants are guaranteed a fun, refreshing yet informative training experience.
Sufficient practical material for each and every participant make sure every of them have a hands on experience to acquire the skills needed to perform the lifesaving task.
Having completed and passed the course, participants will be awarded with Certificate of Training.
Certificate of Training is valid for 3 years from the date of training. Without retraining, knowledge might be forgotten while skills may deteriorate rapidly when not being used / practiced. Therefore, every 3 years retraining is very much recommended.