Jamshedpur: The third batch of Master Trainers Training for Disaster Management was inaugurated at Tata Steel Security Training Centre on Tuesday.
P N Rai, IPS (Retd) Former DG, Bihar and presently Hon’ble Member, Bihar State Disaster Management Authority, delivered the key note address and inaugurated the training programme. Vageesh Mishra, IPS (Retd), former DG of West Bengal graced the occasion.
Other dignitaries present on the occasion included Chanakya Chaudhary, VP Corporate Services Tata Steel, Uttam Singh, VP Iron Making Tata Steel, and D B Sundara Ramam, PEO Tata Steel. They expressed their satisfaction on the competency building exercise and also apprised about the organisational expectations from the master trainers.
Altogether 25 officers -Doctors, Operation and Maintenance Engineers, Security, Safety and Fire professionals will undergo this training for 10 days and acquire instructional skills on Medical First Responders, Collapsed Structure Search & Rescue, Chemical and Gas Disaster Management and Fire Management. These master trainers after qualifying the test, will in turn train shop floor and departmental personnel on Emergency Management in case of any disaster in Tata Steel plants across India. The training will enable them to be the first responders during emergencies.
The Emergency Response Training on Disaster Management is organised by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), under the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. The training programme would conclude on November 30, 2018.