A five-day long training programme for trainers on search, rescue and first aid in earthquake and fire incident was inaugurated on Sunday, with an aim of strengthening resilience of businesses and urban communities to reduce the impact of earthquake and fire incident in Bangladesh.
With the support of European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO),
This training is designed for the trainers of the member companies of Bangladesh Professional Security Service Providers Association (BPSSPA).
Addressing the inaugural programme, Principal of Bangladesh Fire Service and Civil Defence Training Centre Md Saleh Uddin, BFM (Service) said this training will open up new aspects of civil protection services through the coordination of public and private institutions.
BPSSPA President Lieutenant Colonel Khalid Azam (Retd) and SUPER Project Consortium Manager AM Nasir Uddin were present as the special guests on the occasion.
"Bangladesh Fire Service and Civil Defence, Bangladesh Professional Security Service Providers Association and Super Consortium have started a new era of Public Private Partnership by this joint initiative.
With the aim of strengthening resilience of businesses and urban communities to reduce the impact of earthquake and fire incident in Bangladesh,
This project is being jointly implemented by Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI), ActionAid Bangladesh, United Purpose, and World Vision Bangladesh in different areas of Dhaka North and Dhaka South City Corporations.