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Aidex 2011 in Brussels

Safety & Security Training Crucial for NGO's

Aid Training & Operations have been reinforcing the importance of security risk assessments, pre-deployment training and crisis media strategy at Aidex 2011 in Brussels.

Speaking at a special workshop, Gary Purssey, Operations Manager, informed visitors of the legal necessity and duty of care they have towards their employees being sent to austere environments.

“All too often people think that by virtue of their good nature or wanting to help that nothing bad will happen – but the reality is that something as seemingly day-today as driving a vehicle is one of the main causes of death within the NGO sector .” he said.

“At the very least NGOs should be looking at providing Personal Safety Training to field workers. This will help them to take a few simple precautions to greatly lessen their vulnerability in certain situations.”

Gary explained that organisations have a legal duty of care towards all their personnel. Aid Training & Operations LTD offers bespoke and generic training to suit all environments and all budgets.

“Aidex 2011 has given us the opportunity to stress the importance of security risk assessments, pre-deployment preparation and refresher training to keep skills up-to-date.”

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