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Basic Member Fire Fighting and Rescue Team Offshore (NOGEPA 2.6A)

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  • Duration

    4 days

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  • Price

    EUR 1,390.00

    Excl. extras & Excl. 21.00 % Tax

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Basic Member Fire Fighting and Rescue Team Offshore (NOGEPA 2.6A)


In the 4-day training Member Firefighting/Rescue team delegates receive both theoretical and practical training in the role of the team during firefighting and rescue operations. In accordance with the standard of NOGEPA they practice their skills in reacting to alarms, principles and procedures, working with breathing and firefighting equipment, rescue of victims, combat of indoor, plant and helicopter fires, assistance at incidents and maintaining effective communication.

By participating in this training the delegates will increase their knowledge and improve their skills in relation to fire fighting and rescue. They will learn to work as a team and use fire fighting equipment and techniques applicable for mining installations.

Target Group

Persons who will be part of the Emergency Response Team onboard a mining installation, responsible for fire fighting and rescue.


Valid medical certificate.
The delegate shall be medically fit for the use of a breathing apparatus registered in the Personal Safety Logbook.


The delegate should efficiently perform all techniques mentioned in the learning targets under continuous observation by the instructor during practical exercises.

Course Contents

The following learning targets/outcomes are included in this training:

- The role of a fire-fighting and rescue team
- Reacting to alarms e.g proceeding to muster station, selecting and donning the required PPE
- Principles and procedures of a fire-fighting and rescue team
- Working with breathing equipment
- Rescue of victims
- Use of fire-fighting equipment
- Fire-fighting on indoor, plant and helicopter fires
- Assistance at incidents, e.g. gas escapes, oil and chemicals spills, etc.
- Cleaning and maintenance of used equipment
- Maintaining effective communication
- Escape from smoke filled areas by using an escape mask

Contact information


Beerweg 71, Harbour no: 7024 - 7026, Maasvlakte Rotterdam, 3199 LM, Netherlands

+31 20 21 70 24 0

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