Hazardous Environment Awareness Training (HEAT)
|Start date||21 Nov 2022|
|End date||24 Nov 2022|
|Provider||Danish Refugee Council|
|Type||Personal, Security, Security Risk Management, Personal Security, First aid, Field Security, Team Management, Security Management, Humanitarian, HEAT|
HEAT’s overall objective is to prepare participants to independently manage their own safety before, during and after deployment to an unfamiliar hazardous environment that has a substantial, high, or extreme safety level.
The course prepares the participants to understand and react to safety and security concerns in hostile and/or hazardous environments. Participants will be trained to recognize and avoid potential threats and respond appropriately.
Participants will be trained to recognize and mitigate potential threats and respond appropriately to various safety incidents. During the HEAT course participants will learn techniques on how to take control of chaos through classroom sessions, practical exercises and live scenarios.
The course is designed for participants with a wide range of backgrounds and occupations, and with hostile environment experience ranging from none to significant. The course certification is valid for three years globally.
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