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18 October 2021, 16:34

Specialists from Jordan, Nigeria undergo training courses in Belarus

MINSK, 18 October (BelTA) - Twelve specialists from the General Directorate of Civil Defense of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan have undergone training courses at the International Rescuers Training Center of the Civil Protection University of the Belarusian Emergencies Ministry in Borisov District, Minsk Oblast. They have completed the program “Management of rescue and firefighting operations in an emergency”, BelTA learned from the official representative of the university Andrei Sadovsky.

As part of the program the Jordanian specialists practiced fighting fires at natural gas and oil storage facilities in the university's training area. They also practiced carrying out emergency response and rescue work in an earthquake area and emergency response and rescue work in transport industry. Within the framework of offsite lessons the foreign specialists visited the special operations unit Zubr and the Aviation enterprise of the Emergencies Ministry.

As many as 618 specialists from Jordan have been trained in the International Rescuers Training Center of the Civil Protection University of the Belarusian Emergencies Ministry since 2010.

Over the course of one week 12 specialists of the Federal Fire Service of Nigeria honed their skills in conducting rescue operations on high-rise buildings: safety when working at height, algorithms for the use of climbing equipment and gear during rescue operations. The students from Nigeria studied the rules of ascent and descent from the upper floors of buildings with the help of a rescue rope, learn how to organize and conduct the evacuation of victims.

Specialists from Nigeria have been training in the Civil Protection University of the Belarusian Emergencies Ministry since 2012. A total of 88 specialists have taken courses in the International Rescue Training Center.

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