Conducted emergency response training
Hello everyone, this is Eguchi from the training department, born in August.
Recently in Kitakyushu, I can no longer hear cicadas singing, and I feel the loneliness of the end of summer.
By the way, in summer, we see reports of sad water accidents almost every day.
In order to nip accidents in the bud, “prevention” is important, but “emergency response” is also very important when an accident occurs.
As part of safety measures at NSTC,
In the unlikely event that an accident occurs during training,
In order to respond quickly and effectively,
For the purpose of improving the staff’s response skills and strengthening cooperation,
We conduct emergency response drills once a month.
In August, it was carried out assuming training for sea survival
↑Practice to pull up a rescuer
↑Confirmation of response procedures after lifting, including basic life support measures
Similar to the monthly emergency response, NSTC also conducts emergency response drills attended by medical staff and local fire departments, and incorporates not only subjective but also objective opinions.
At NSTC, we will continue to strive to provide high-quality training, always keeping in mind the importance of “prevention” and “emergency response,” so that everyone can participate in safe and secure training.
(Training Division Eguchi)