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Responding to Hazardous Material’s Incidents

A 3-day course aims to prepare fire officers, emergency response commanders

Scope

This 3-day course aims to prepare fire officers, emergency response commanders and their crews to deal with incidents involving various types of materials that are considered hazardous to either humans, animals or the environment.

The challenge in dealing with such incidents, without further endangering emergency responders, the general public and/ or the environment, requires a great deal of skills and knowledge among those handling it.
SITC is proud to be one of the very few training entities in the kingdom to provide such skills and knowledge to its clients through this course.

Workshop contents:
  • Introduction to Haz-Mat
  • Main Haz-Mat Categories
  • Haz-Mat hazards
  • Response Requirements
    • Initial Response
    • Hot-Zone Operations
    • Warm Zone Activities
    • Decontamination
    • Recovery
  • Response Challenges
  • Haz-Mat incident scenarios
  • Summary

Who should attend

  • Fire department heads and operations officers
  • Emergency response directors
  • Fire chiefs and their deputies
  • Crew commanders
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Managing Director

Eng. Ali Ahmed Mokhtar

35 years of experience in Fire Safety engineering management and Fire & Rescue Services for Oil and Petrochemical facilities in major petroleum companies such as Saudi Aramco, SAMAREC and Petromin. Managing and dealing ... Read More

SITC Technical Manager

Saeed Jaber Al Ghamdi

A Fire and Rescue Specialist holding a Bachelor degree in Technical Sciences from King Faisal Air Academy and more than 40 diplomas and certificates from both the united states and the united kingdom most prestigious fire training centers... Read More