On May 18-19,2021, the Deputy Head of the branch Vitaly Babich, and Maria Kanina the lecturer of the Special Training Department participated in the online course "Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders" (WISER) and " Emergency Response Guidelines" (ERG). The video conference was conducted by the OPCW Technical Secretariat.
In September 17-21, 2018 eight fire-man rescuers from the School and Training Center of the Czech Republic Fire Rescue Service took part in seminar “International rescuers training centre: educational and content aspects” at the iRT centre. In addition, the issues of rendering first aid, using virtual reality programs, extracting victims from the wreckage were considered. Also a memorandum on mutual cooperation between two educational establishments was signed during the event.
In March, 2019 the IRTcentre’s management took part in the conference “Sustainable Development X: Democracy, Economic Development and Security - the European Union as a link”. The European colleagues shared experience about the methods of designing new sites at the training ground of emergency training centre in Czech Republic, the system of functioning and training of the fire service personnel of the Temelin power station, organization of ensuring the safety of nuclear power plants.
From 12 to 15 July, 2022, the 10th International School of the Belarusian Red Cross on emergency response was held on the base of IRTcentre. Volunteer teens worked out mechanism of cooperation in providing assistance to victims of emergency situations, in particular in the context of the mass arrival of foreign citizens in the territory of the Republic of Belarus.
In October 12, 2018 the IRT center demonstrated tactical and special exercises on elimination of the consequences of radiation emergency situations. Among the observers were representatives of the republican government bodies, as well as the participants of the EPREV mission - experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
In 14-17 August, 2018 Belarus USAR group went through re-certification according to recommendations of the International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (INSARAG).