INTERSCHUTZ 2020, 15 - 20 June, Hannover/Germany

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We provide established courses in line with the four national levels of incident command within the fire and rescue service and we make extensive use of theoretical education, computer simulation and practical incident ground exercises to ensure the highest quality of training.
Providing a complete suite of courses for dealing with incidents ranging from fires in vessels on small inland waterways to the incident command of large incidents on ocean going ships, all Red One Maritime School courses are ISO 9001: 2008 compliant and where appropriate, are accredited by the relevant authorities or examination bodies.
Utilising our modern training facilities, the Maritime School has use of two ships structures/rigs and a fixed firefighting installation demonstration unit. Our Maritime School also has access to a wide range of boats and ships, from small commercial craft to large naval and commercial vessels. We also have unique access to a large Port and Naval Docks which, when required, can be utilised to provide greater realism to the courses we offer.
Our primary aim is to equip delegates with the ability to safely and competently face emergency situations, fire or otherwise at sea and to control and resolve them without loss of life or injury and whilst reducing the costs associated with such fire loss.
The Training Academy's Access & Rescue School offers a broad range of courses including safe Working at Height, Confined Space Rescue, Technical Water Rescue, Animal Rescue and Rope Rescue.
Our highly respected Working at Height and Confined Space courses are designed to ensure the development of technical proficiency and confidence essential to FRS professionals as well as construction, utility, telecoms and other practical industries.
Specialised instruction and our wide range of training facilities, both naturally occurring and purpose built, combine to create a practical experience that provides the knowledge, skills and techniques required to maintain safety at wo

Hall 24, Stand C30

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