The Sri Lanka School of Military Engineering at Embilipitiya as a supportive follow-up of the 7th Army to Army Staff Talks (AAST) concluded its second Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Course recently.
The course aims to train stakeholders to respond as early as possible in the event of any chemical attack or any accident since CBRN incidents across the world are posing a threat.
The final Exercise of the CBRN Course No-2 ‘Ex-Sahayogaya’ conducted this month in the presence of a large gathering emphasized the importance of trying to minimize the lethal effect and the number of casualties in a hazardous situation. The second course was attended by 14 Officers and 21
Earlier, the first CBRN Advanced Course was conducted at the Sri Lanka School of Military Engineering at Embilipitiya during 27 March - 1 May 2019.
The concluding ceremony of the Course with an elaborate mock demonstration of a CBRN response and quick deployment in an emergency attracted the attention of the invitees to the ceremony.
Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Regulatory Council, Marine Environment Protection Authority, 1990 Suwaseriya Ambulance Service, Navy CBRN Response Team and Special Task Force, Training School Instructors who supported the project were also present during the ceremony.
The Sri Lanka School of Military Engineering (SLSME) with the co-operation of the 14 CBRN Response Regiment SLE organized the event. The exercise was held at the Sri Lanka School of Military Engineering premises with the participation of 14 Officers and 20 Other Ranks of CBRN Advance Course under guidance of Indian CBRN Mobile Training Team.
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