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Royal Commission Trains more than (40) Scouts Leaders on Fire and Rescue

The Royal Commission represented by Industrial Security and Safety Department, Safety and Fire Prevention Section had implemented in collaboration with the Educational Services Department during the last week an intensive training course entitled “Fire and Rescue” for (42) Scouts Leaders Trainees from Yanbu Educational Services Department. The course was held in the Educational Training Center of the Educational Services Department. The program was introduced by the Fireman, Mr. Majed Sebaih who explained to Trainees the fire components, types, phases, reaction, suppression methods and the difference between the American and European Classification.

Mr. Majed also clarified the types of fire extinguishers, and fire-fighting equipments, their uses and how to test them. Evacuation plans were identified and actions to be taken when hearing the fire alarms in addition to the role of protection teams. This program comes among a series of programs focusing on general safety awareness, fire prevention and fire suppression and rescue methods executed by Industrial Security and Safety Department in the frame of cooperation between the Royal Commission at Yanbu and other government and private sector agencies in Yanbu Industrial City.