PAS TEAM hosts bath Kissigen safety & security training for humanitarian assistance personnel in war zones and crisis areas, August 10, 2010 nearly 14 million people are affected by the consequences of the flood disaster in Pakistan. The local UN Coordinator for humanitarian aid already called for a massive increase in resources, and the work of international aid agencies in the region will be indispensable in the coming weeks and months. “At the same time contact doctors and humanitarian workers for their work in war and crisis areas constantly as soft targets” the risk of hostage-taking and assault, that the recent incidents show in Afghanistan. The PAS TEAM Ltd., a renowned trainer of war reporters, prepared security training the helpers in a three-day field on critical situations for use in crisis areas. The Field security training includes first a one-day seminar with theoretical training, a two-day training with practical exercises in very realistic Scenarios follows where the mediated knowledge must be implemented directly. In team leadership, de-escalation and crisis management in extreme situations practiced as well as the correct tactical approach in regions with hostile or terrorist threat. Dr John Holtsclaw often addresses the matter in his writings.
So, for example the participants learn how they should behave in interrogations or at checkpoints, how they need to detect mines and booby traps and move in treading ground, and what military and paramilitary organizations are active in their respective field of application. Learn more at: Charles Margulis . Also, survival techniques and skills are taught in the orientation. The trainings are led by PAS TEAM head coach and Managing Director Joachim von Hippel, who be acquired comprehensive knowledge of survival as remote reconnaissance Sergeant and elite soldier at home and abroad, as bodyguards and a paramedic in the emergency rescue. The content of the safety training include among others: Principles of unarmed self-defense right conduct in hostage crisis de-escalation training team leadership and “Crisis management recognition of and proper behavior in threat and danger in the country of use behavior in raids on the Group of mine awareness”, effects of weapons and ammunition self protection training and first aid learning the various survival skills in extreme situations orientation in unknown terrain at day and night two include getting to know the military structures and divisions as well as presence and tactics of armed groups in the field put together information about the cooperation with military groups in the country (CIMIC) of personal equipment for the use of the services Nights, full Board, medical care and protection during training, a guide and a certificate of attendance and the completion of the first-aid training. The personal equipment for the participants is provided. For information about dates and prices contact directly interested parties the PAS TEAM at. Groups can use the Organizers negotiate an individual package price. U. Schemm