Helping you provide emergency care in high-risk environments.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN).
The release of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear or Explosive materials caused by human error, nature or technological failure, are commonly referred to as Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) events. Incidents involving similar releases but where the intent is criminal or terrorist in nature, then the term CBRNe is used. The 625 provides a range of bespoke Chemical, Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNe) and Hazardous Materials (Hazmat) education programs to meet the needs of commercial, humanitarian, emergency service and government organisations.
Immediate Response – Courses designed for non-specialist staff who may encounter CBRNe and/or Hazmat threats as part of their work.
- Front-line ambulance, fire and police workers.
- Hospital staff
- Diplomatic and government personal
- Aid and humanitarian workers
Specialist Response – Courses designed for specialist response staff who have a responsibility to triage, treat and transport of patients affected by CBRNE events.
- Pre-hospital CBRNe response teams
- Hospital response teams
- Aid and humanitarian field staff
Transportation – Programs for staff responsible for the safe movement and transport of contaminated and or infected patients
- Rescue, recovery and retrieval
- Individual isolation
- Repatriation by aircraft
Command, Control and Coordination – Generic and specialist command, control and coordination for high-risk and high-threat events at the operational, tactical and strategic levels.
- Hospital and pre-hospital medical personnel
- Fire service
- Security organisation (governmental and private)
- Aid and humanitarian field staff
Firearms and Explosive Threat
Marauding Terrorist Firearms Attacks (MTFA) are indiscriminate and commonly result in large numbers of individuals, across the entire demographic spectrum, receiving injuries. Responding bystanders, medical and rescue personnel are often non-combatant, civilian people who have experienced little or no, experience of firearms and explosives related incidents. The 625 provide a range of educational programs which enable civilian responders to provide safe and effective life-saving immediate care during and after the initial event.
Bystander Response – Those who are in close proximity to the event with basic training will be able to provide immediate care which will save lives. Training is everything at this level.
- Immediate care
- Prolonged care
- Escape, evasion and evacuation
Company and Corporate Response – Organisations that, as part of their business, bring group of people together must be able to provide a response that is effective and efficient in the event of an MTFA incident. The 625 is able to provide training and education that will save lives.
- Holiday resorts
- Transport hubs
- Sporting events
- Music and arts events
Emergency Services Response – Emergency services organisations are currently experiencing a long-term and increasing problem in relation to MTFA. The 625 provides education programs for responders and commanders.
- Ambulance and pre-hospital care
- Fire and rescue service
- Police Service
- International aid agencies
- Voluntary aid societies
Hospital Response – Hospitals unfortunately, are no longer considered to be safe havens. The 625 provide education and training programs for hospital and care facilities which maximises survivability and minimises loss in the event of MTFA incidents.
- Effective cover and refuge
- Escape and evasion
- Dynamic lock-down
Work at Height
If you need to use ropes for working in difficult areas we can develop and deliver bespoke courses and solutions for any specific identified need. We are also able to deliver the full range of training programmes accredited by IRATA. Training covers every level from basic working at height to full scale rescue from height. Delivered in association with Outreach Rescue, our training is delivered in compliance with relevant legislation and good practice guidance including:
- WAH Regulations 2005
- BS 8454
- BS 7985:2002
- ACWAHT Guidance
- ISO 22846-1 2003
- Safe Work at Height – Basic
- Safe Work at Height – Competent Person Inspection
- Safe Work at Height – Supervisor
- Safe Work at Height – Basic Rescue
- Safe Work at Height – High Level Rope Rescue
With our partner organisation Outreach Rescue we provide City and Guilds accredited confined space training. The content of non City and Guilds courses can be adjusted to meet the customers specific requirements including both industrial operations and emergency operation such as collapsed structure and Urban Search and Rescue.
- Working in Low Risk
- Working in Medium Risk
- Working in High Risk
- Working in Confined Space
- Emergency Rescue and Recovery
Delivered in partnership with our partners Outreach Rescue, we are able to provide water courses for all levels of training, matched to the national guidelines to meet requirements. Courses are practically based with the maximum benefit gained from the wide range of venues available. We have the capability and facilities to expose students to water conditions not available to them in their regions except when emergency situations occur. It is this exposure and the training it gives that is invaluable in student’s development.
Powerboat for Rescue Response is delivered in collaboration with Sea Training International in Port Dinorwic. Their training pedigree is second to none, the detail and thoroughness of the programme ensures students receive the best possible preparation for work in this difficult discipline.
Available Courses Include:
- Water Rescue First Responder
- Water Rescue One Technician
- Water Rescue One Technician Instructor Skills
- Water Rescue Two
- Water Rescue Two Instructor Skills
- Water Incident Management
- Water Rescue Awareness
Major Incident Management training is available at three levels; Operational, Tactical and Strategic. The content is tailored to meed the needs of the client, the operational requirements and the current threat assessment. The Major incident programs run by The 625 embrace the concept of joint services working and are delivered by highly experienced officers of the UK emergency services.
Examples of course content include:
- Anatomy of an emergency – Understanding stakeholder values and risk perception.
- Responsibility and authority – Organisational structure, mandates, functional command.
- Information management – Efficiency in gathering, filtering, recording, using and storing information.
- Resource management – Promoting health and capability in both technical and human resources.
- Leadership, management and command – Developing trust, influencing performance and behaviour.
- Team and self motivation – Individual and team psychology domestically and during emergencies.
- Challenging behaviour – Recognising, influencing and enforcing behavioural change. Negotiation and conflict resolution.
- Performance improvement and The P.R.I.D.E. methodology – Preparation, Response, Investigation, Debriefing, Education.
- Case studies and exercises – Critical review and reflection. Future planning.
- Communication – Technical and human
- Medical Response – Triage, treatment and transport
- Hazardous Materials – CBRNe, infectious diseases and hazardous materials.
- Major transport accidents/incidents – Road, rail air and water