This is a two-day personal safety and security course, suitable for anyone working in or traveling through a hostile environment including professionals from the fields of news/media, development, oil and gas and telecom sectors.
This course teaches your staff about the hazards facing them in (remote) hostile environments, how to minimize their vulnerability and how to react when a situation takes a turn for the worse. This course could save their lives and your company’s reputation.
Topics to be covered:
Day 1 – 7th October 2013:
• Risks and threats • Personal conflict management • Pre deployment considerations & risk assessments • Vehicle security, IEDs and UXO • First aid and trauma management • Unconscious casualties and head injuries
Day 2 – 8th October 2013:
• Personal security/robbery/car-jacking • Hostage survival, arrests and detentions • Weapons e.g. small arms, artillery, air attacks • Legal and illegal checkpoints • Riots, civil disorder and lethal/non-lethal crowd control measures • Travel health and survival • Fire, carbon monoxide risks and trauma care
Days 1 and 2 will be a mix of classroom-based theoretical sessions and practical simulation exercises to demonstrate and practice lessons taught in the classroom.
For further information please write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the link below to register for this course:
Last date to register: 22nd September 2013