*Do you feel safe and secure as a humanitarian worker?
*Do you know how to report a safety / security incident?
*When did you have your last First Aid course?
*Do you know how to use a fire extinguisher?
These are key questions for NGO staff that are implementing projects but have not had the chance to focus safety and security. Currently, worldwide security related incidents and safety related accidents are on the increase. These incidents lead to injuries and/or the loss of life of UN/ IO / (I)NGO personnel.
Human Development Forum Foundation (HDFF) is offering a training that will help you to improve the safety and security culture of your organization.
Being trained will allow you to develop basic skills, simple assessments or proper reporting of safety related incidents.Objectives
- Be able to conduct a basic risk assessment for UN/ (I)NGO
- Be able to report safety and security incidents
- Be able to carry out First Aid measures for daily use in the field
- Be able to use fire-fighting equipment effectively Participants
This 3-day-training is open to all employees, predominantly implementing personnel and administrative staff of UN/(I) NGO in Southeast Asia and beyond. The training is designed to help individuals better understand safety and security related issues and how to react immediately in case of minor injuries and fire.
The course will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis up to a maximum of 25 participants. Please register as soon as possible to ensure your space in the training.REGISTRATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 20TH 2012Time /location
11 – 13 December 2012 / BangkokCosts
12,500 THB / 410 USD (incl. course material and lunch & coffee breaks)
Group discount / special promotion:
If 4 people from the same organization attend, the 5th person pays 30 THB/ 1 USDTrainer
Dr. Wilfried A. Herrmann, HDFFContact/ Inquiry/ Registration
Mr. Daren Moon, email@example.com
Download the Outline & Training Plan: http://hdff.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/SST-2012-N-Outline-and-Training-Plan.pdf
Download the Registration Form: http://hdff.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Registration-SST-2012-N.docx
Read about more training opportunities with the Human Development Forum Foundation: http://hdff.org/hdtc/