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Basic Emergency Response

Basic Emergency Response

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In the Labour Law it is stated that every company has the obligation of taking the necessary precautions considering Emergency Response Officer. A part of this consists of training employees so that they are capable to deal with and prevent possible calamities in the workplace. The basic ERO training is available for all employees who want to be trained to become a certified ERO.

* excl. VAT and including lunch, coffee / tea and course material

More information about Basic Emergency Response

In this two day Basic Emergency Response course you will master the practical and theoretical knowledge necessary to function as a Emergency Response Officer.

Course location

FMTC is located on the terrain of the Amsterdam Fire Department. This means we can realistically imitate all kind of situations. Adding unexpected situations and practical training doesn’t only mean the knowledge is better remembered. It also makes this experience unforgettable.

Course content:

  • Approach victim
  • Assess consciousness
  • Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
  • Reanimation using AED
  • Treating various injuries
  • Tasks of ERO
  • Reporting incidents
  • The stage of a fire and approaching a fire
  • Techniques for fire extinguishing
  • Functioning of extinguishing agents
  • Evacuation procedure

Use the “Book” button below to go to our booking form to book the course. In case of questions, you can call us on +31(0)20 – 811 43 32 or contact us via our contact form.

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free cancellation, no prepayment required

Certified OPITO, NOGEPA, GWO
and STCW courses

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Training when it suits you

Flexibility is paramount

Training always continue

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