SMCS RISK has launched a new sea survival training course in Cambodia.
The Basic Sea Survival Training course has been designed primarily for employees who are required to work offshore. But SMCS RISK hopes to provide this training to any person who may want to learn about surviving an emergency at sea.
Cambodia has a large fishing industry and has a new emerging oil & gas industry that requires many employees to travel on and work on boats and ships. The Basic Sea Survival Training course will teach students how to use emergency equipment, sea survival techniques, hazard identification and other skills that will help them survive an emergency where they are required to leave their boat and enter the sea.
“SMCS RISK has a large range of workplace safety training courses. The Basic Sea Survival Training course further strengthens our position as the leader in workplace safety training in Cambodia.” said Mitch May, SMCS RISK’s CEO.
The Basic Sea Survival Training course is a 2 day training course encompassing a full day of theory and a full day of practical training.
For more information about the Basic Sea Survival Training course or any other SMCS RISK training courses, please view our website.