This 29th March 2016 Gishari Integrated Polytechnic (GIP) hosted a 1 day training on fire fighting. This training was attended by INILAK students who are completing their studies in the faculty of Environmental studies, Department of Emergency and Disaster Management.
After a warm welcome by The Principal of Gishari Integrated Polytechnic, ACP Sam KAREMERA, they toured the institution visiting different workshops before starting the training.
The training was conducted by the Commissioner of Police Jean Baptiste SEMINEGA from the Fire and Rescue brigade of the Rwanda National Police. The students were very curious when following the presentation as they were eager to learn from the expertise and experience of the Fire and Rescue Brigade of the Rwanda National Police. The training focused on different key aspects of fire fighting including the definition, the classes of fire, fire resistance, the use of fire extinguishers and other equipments just to mention a few.
The purpose of the training was to raise the awareness of the trainees on Fire fighting as well as to teach them how to behave in case of fire outbreak. It was a good opportunity for the trainees to exercise themselves in fire fighting as The fire and rescue brigade had brought their modern equipments including a special vehicle that it uses
UNILAK students curiously observed fire fighting practice
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