SMTC Singapore

 

The following OPITO’s approved Emergency Response courses are offered;

• TBOSIET with EBS & TSBB (offered every week on Monday – Wednesday & Thursday – Saturday)

This 3 day course includes the following modules:
Safety Induction, Survival Theory & Practical, Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET),
Basic Fire Fighting & Self Rescue Training and First Aid.

• BOSIET with EBS & TSBB (offered every week on Monday – Wednesday & Thursday – Saturday)

This 3 day course includes the following modules:
Safety Induction, Survival Theory & Practical, Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET)
with EBS (Emergency Breathing System). Basic Fire Fighting & Self Rescue Training and First Aid.

• TFOET with EBS & TSBB (offered every week on Monday & Thursday)

This course includes the following modules:
Helicopter Under Water Escape Training (HUET), Basic Fire Fighting & Self-Rescue
Training and First Aid.

• FOET with EBS & TSBB (offered every week on Monday & Thursday)

This 1 day course includes the following modules:
Helicopter Under Water Escape Training (HUET)  with EBS (Emergency Breathing System).
Basic Fire Fighting & Self Rescue Training and First Aid.

• HUET with EBS (offered weekly on Wednesday afternoon)

This 1 day course includes the following modules:
Donning Of EBS (Emergency Breathing System) and Transit Suit EBS Familiarisation Exercise (Dry & Wet)
and Helicopter Escape Practical Exercises

• TSBB (offered weekly on Wednesday afternoon)

This 90 minute course includes the following modules:
Boat Travel Procedure, Personnel Transferring Technique And Survival Techniques.

• BOSIET Bridging (offered weekly on Wednesday afternoon)

• OPITO H2S Course

This 1/2 day course includes the following modules:
H2S Hazards, Emergency Response Actions and Apparatus.

• Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS) Initial Deployment Training (offered weekly on Wednesday afternoon, duration 1.5 hours.)

The aims and objectives of the training are to ensure that the delegate gains the required knowledge and understanding of the particular hazards and properties of a Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS) and appropriate practical emergency response actions to take should the requirement for emergency deployment arise.