International Elite Rescuers Exchange (IERE) Workshop
The workshop aims to gather emergency services personnel from different countries for a healthy exchange of training skills and knowledge. It enables participants to gain insights into one another's modus operandi, which will serve to enhance everyone's competencies in dealing with complex fire and rescue incidents.
Participants will be engaged through table-top exercises and share best practices from within their organizations. Fieldwork demonstrations will be conducted in addition to classroom discussions to facilitate a meaningful and thorough learning experience.
Through this workshop, participants should acquire a deeper appreciation of the operating norms in other countries. This will translate to better understanding, cooperation and interoperability amongst them when responding to international disasters.
The list of participants who took part in SGFPC 2018 were:
|1||Department of Fire and Emergency Services||Western Australia|
|2||Brunei Fire and Rescue Department||Brunei|
|3||Hong Kong Fire Services Department||Hong Kong SAR|
|4||Macau Fire Services||Macau SAR|
|5||Fire and Rescue Department of Malaysia (Bomba)||Malaysia|
|6||Malaysia Civil Defence Force||Malaysia|
|7||SMART, National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA)||Malaysia|
|8||Philippines Bureau of Fire Protection ||Philippines|
|9||Pasig City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office||Philippines|
|10||Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation||Thailand|
|11||Vietnam Fire Fighting and Rescue Police Department||Vietnam|
|12||National Earthquake Response Support Service||China, ARF|
|13||Jakarta Fire and Rescue Department||Indonesia|
|14||Bangladesh Fire Service & Civil Defence||Bangladesh|
|15||Saudi Arabia Search and Rescue Team||Saudi Arabia|
For photos taken during past IERE Workshop, click here.