Following on from training 40 employees at its Kampot cement factory in fire fighting & rescue, SMCS Risk has secured the contract to train the same 40 employees at Chip Mong Insee, in how to use breathing apparatus & fire rescue.
Commencing at the start of November 2018, SMCS Instructors will present the 2 day training course, which includes both theory and practical based training, to four groups of 10 employees over the course of 2 weeks.
The Chip Mong Company is a sole cement distributor for Insee, Camel, and V Cement brands in Cambodia and has managed to break the 1 million tons of sales mark since 2011. From its commencement, Chip Mong Insee has set high standards in ensuring safety at its cement plant, and prides itself on providing quality training based on International Standards to all of its employees.
Cement Plants pose a serious fire and explosion hazard, due to the nature of several processes occurring during cement manufacturing and the raw materials being used. It is imperative that employees tasked with fire fighting & rescue at not only cement plants but any factory where fire hazards exist, receive and are adept at responding to hazards, particularly when the use of breathing apparatus is required.
Being a leading company in Cambodia for fire fighting, fire rescue and breathing apparatus training, SMCS Risk is proud to be selected by Chip Mong Insee to provide breathing apparatus training to employees at Chip Mong Insee Cement Plant.
For more information about SMCS Risk’s FireSafe4Life training or for any of its training programs, please view our training solutions page or contact us via email.