Humanity First Disaster Relief Training
par Humanity First Canada
- vendredi, 22 septembre 2017 de 8:00 Matin à dimanche, 24 septembre 2017 8:00 Après-midi (HAA)
- Humanity First 600 Bowes Road Unit 40, Concord, ON L4K 4A3
Information sur les billets
Humanity First's disaster relief program serves individuals and communities impacted by natural or man-made disasters around the world following the internationally recognized standards outlined by the Sphere project in ‘Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response’ handbook.
The Humanity First disaster relief program focuses on disaster readiness and mitigation, disaster relief and post-disaster rehabilitation and reconstruction. We aim to minimize human suffering and material losses by working in collaboration with host governments, humanitarian agencies, civil society organizations and local communities.
Humanity First Disaster Response Course
Within 72 hours of a major international disaster, the Humanity First Disaster Response Team (HF-DRT) deploys to disaster zones in which the local, regional and national resources have been overwhelmed and external assistance is required.
Over the years, Humanity First has developed its own disaster response course using HF-DRT’s experiences and industry best practices which has been successfully running for more than seven years now. The Humanity First Disaster Response Course is geared towards medical practitioners but is also beneficial for non-medical humanitarians to develop skills for disaster management in a challenging environment.
The 3-day intensive course provides delegates with the closest experience to providing care in a disaster environment. We teach about disaster classifications, response co-ordination, safety and security and importance of inter-agency communication.
?Register Online today! (Limited seats)
The course management team will be in touch with further details.
Please Note: Lunch and refreshments will be provided all 3 days.
Highlights of the Course
*Disaster Classification and HF Management *Disaster response phases *Disease prevention and control *Communicable disease management *Medical Management in Disasters
Public Safety & Risk
*Public Health Medicine *Safe patient packaging *Transportation *Convoy procedures *Camp Location *Care of the vulnerable *Trauma Resuscitation
*Team policies *Water, food, sanitation and waste disposal *Team equipment & supplies *Communication and reporting procedure *Camp set up and structure *Medical Team Logistics *Work rotation and schedule
*Primary survey – ABCDE *Adult BLS *Paediatric BLS *Referral pathways
Humanity First Disaster Response Course is a challenging and demanding three day course that will introduce you to what it takes to respond to an international disaster.
The Disaster Response Course combines classroom instruction with practical training and field exercises to provide a unique experience. Students will train, exercise and live under field conditions for the duration of the course. Students should come prepared to learn, train, eat and sleep in an austere environment.. Please come prepared to get dirty and wet.
Students are encouraged to bring the following:
- Rain gear
- Warm coat
- Change of clothes
- Extra socks
- Hiking boots
- A bathing suit
- Water bottle
- Pocket knife
Humanity First will provide you with a tent (that you will share with others); a sleeping bag; a cot; a sleeping pad; pots/pans; plates and cutlery; stoves and lanterns. We provide the food and the snacks, but not the room service.
Come join us.
Once you have registered for the course above, please also enroll as Disaster Relief Team Volunteer by completing the following form: