CERT First Aider Course (With CPR & AED) (1 day)

Course Reference Number: CERT-FA-01 (CFAC) Course Overview (Recommended Course for RT and First Aider) CERT First Aider Course is customised and designed for Emergency Responders who required the knowledge and skill sets to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and operate an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) as well as administer the basic first aid required during incident […]

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WSQ Implement Incident Management Processes (1 Day) [10 CPD Points]

Course Code: PI-PRO-325E-1 ; Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0025058-PI Course Overview (Recommended Incident Management Course by SCDF for SIC & SMC) This competency unit covers the skills and knowledge required by the person in charge of a facility to implement the incident management process during an emergency incident in a process facility. This unit covers the […]

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WSQ Manage Site Emergency (2 Days) [5 CPD points]

Course Code: PI-PRO-327E-1 Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0027698-PI Course Overview Manage Site Emergency is recommended to be the enhanced unit and the second unit of the incident management training for the Site Incident Controller or Site Main Controller in the Emergency Response and Crisis Management Framework which you undertake as part of the Company Emergency Response […]

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WSQ Respond to Fire Incident in Workplace (1 Day) [10 CPD Points]

Course Code: PI-CP-104E-1; Course Reference Number: CRS-Q-0025566-PI Course Overview (Recommended Emergency Response Course by SCDF for Premises with no P&FM licence) On completion of this unit, the learner will have the knowledge and be equipped with the application skills and knowledge required to effectively respond to fire incidents. This includes: Introduce or reinforce the relevant […]

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CERT Refresher for Tier 1 Premises (Industrial Fire Fighting & Hazmat Course)

Course Overview (Course Reference Number: 1002-ERT-FFP1) Fire fighting in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical and chemical process industries may be particularly complex, where, potentially every fire is a Hazmat incident. Large quantities of toxic fumes are frequently involved and may lead Company Emergency Response Team (CERT) members to undertake rash actions which constitute hazards to personnel. Therefore, […]

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