In June 17-28, 2019 fourth group of Abu Dhabi Police representatives passed training on “Rescue actions in emergency areas (for instructors)” at the IRTcentre. The trainees had training in conditions unsuitable for breathing, high temperature, limited visibility. At leisure time the trainees visited Belarusian museum of the Great Patriotic War history and other places in Minsk city.
Training of United Arab Emirates specialists
From April 29 to May 03, 2019 third group of Abu Dhabi Police of the United Arab Emirates representatives were trained according to the program “Safe fire extinguishing at electrical installations under voltage from 0.22 kv to 110 kv inclusive”. The classes were held at the University of Civil protection in Minsk and at the IRTcentre’s training area. The UAE trainees have a wide experience in the field of emergency response to natural and man-made disasters. During the training the foreign specialists shared their knowledge with the instructors of the IRTcentre.
In March 18-22, 2019 a group of trainees from Abu Dhabi Police of the United Arab Emirates passed training course “Theoretical and psychological basis of management” at the IRTcentre. The UAE specialists got a full view of the activities of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus. Also they had a chance to compare the training possibilities of the educational establishments in the field of emergency response in Belarus and UAE.
In April 08-12, 2019 second group of Abu Dhabi Police of the United Arab Emirates trainees passed training at the IRTcentre. The training was held under the program “Safety procedures in industrial zones”. The trainees showed their skills of fire-extinguishing during industrial accidents, management а forces and means in emergencies at factories, plants and industrial zones. Apart from training the specialist visited the main places of interest in Minsk city.
From October 29 till November 09, 2018 the eighth UAE Armed Forces group passed training and shared their experience on radiological emergencies at the iRT Centre. The two-week training was devoted to responding to radioactive emergencies and incidents. This year the Armed Forces of the United Arab Emirates sent 8 groups of chemical service specialists for practical training at the operational-tactical field of the iRT centre. Hopefully this kind of cooperation brings mutual benefits to both sides. We are looking forward to next year cooperation!