Cave Rescue Training 2016, 17 – 24 September 2016, Rosia, Bihor County, Romania

Saturday, 17. September 2016 to Saturday, 24. September 2016
 
The training was a joint contribution of Romania and Slovenia to the Disaster Management Training Programme (DMTP) 2016 and was co-organized by the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations of Romania (GIES) and the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief (ACPDR) and supported by the Cave Rescue Romania (SALVASPEO) and Cave Rescue Service of the Republic of Slovenia (CRSS).
 
The training is primarily aimed at volunteer speleologists of caving clubs, fire-fighters, police officers, soldiers, health workers and other interested protection, rescue and relief forces whose members have passed the speleologist’s examination or have completed equivalent national programs for independent caving activity and have sufficient experience in the field with excellent knowledge of rope technique (SRT)
 

​This year's training was the eight organized within the DPPI SEE framework and as part of the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Training Programme. 20 participants from nine (9) countries participated at the event (Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia and Turkey). At the end of the course State Secretary Mr. Viorel LASCU, the Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests of the Republic of Romania addressed the participants and Mr. Marius DOGEANU, head of department, International Relations, General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations and Ms. Iulia NITU, International Relations department, the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations handed out the certificates.