Fire Fighting Training
MDPC Training Department provides a practical and more advanced form of firefighting training for safety and disaster prevention, using mock-up ship and fire-fighting facilities.The levels of training consists of a myriad of ranges, from basic to advanced levels and control, foam/dry chemical extinguishers and water fog.
Fire Fighting Training
Oil Spill Control Training
Training Department provides lectures on predicting the scope of forecasting slick movements, controlling spilled oil, and establishing a contingency plan.Training Department has also implemented exercises on handling oil recovery equipment and shoreline clean-up. In addition to implementation,Training department has also taught how to arrange
resources, equipment, notify concerning institutions, and respond to the proper entities within news outlets and mass media to rectify catastrophes affecting the general public. The course covers training for oil spill response, in which the curriculum is prepared by the IMO.
Chemical and HNS control training
Training Department also provide lecture and exercise for detection work of poisonous gas wearing protective clothing etc. for the crew of Chemical Tanker, of the search and lifesaving etc. for the crew of Passenger Boat.
DAINI-KAIHOU, which is a man-made island, was made in Tokyo Bay from 1889 to 1914 by Japanese military.Training Department has training facility on the island and provides HM response trainings and firefighting trainings
MDPC Training Department is located in Yokosuka city, Kanagawa Prefecture.It has not only classrooms and dormitory (accomondation for 28 people) but also it has training facilities such as shorelines,Training pool which are capable of creating artificial wave for drilling of Oil Spill Control training etc.
Fire Brigade Skill Improvement Training (FBI Training)
To fight a fire, “Safety” is the first priority but it is also important to have“Knowledge of firefighting”, “Fire extinguisher capability”, “Combination
firefighting by fire ex tinguisher and spraying water ”,“Defensive and offensive firefighting” and “Fire hose handling command”.
MDPC adapts National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) instruction such as NFPA 600 “Standard on Industrial Fire Brigades” and NFPA 1081 “Standard for Industrial Fire Brigade Member Professional Qualifications”.
MDPC provides opportunities to variety of training courses to learn worldwide standard firefighting through classroom training and a field training using actual fire.
MDPC has adopted Incident Command System (ICS), which is an established worldwide standard for the incident management. It customizes the system to “MDPC-ICS” using MPDC past experiences and knowledge. To share the worldwide standard with private companies, MDPC provides trainings/exercises based on MDPC-ICS and provides supports to make oil spill contingency plans to the petrochemical complexes.
LDSS is an incident response service for inland petrochemical factories. If HM spill and fire occur at an inland factory, the spill immediately spreads through trenches, roads, rivers. In that case, the spill may generates health and environmental impact at totally different location from the source of spill. MDPC has made a standby contract with the inland petrochemical facilities and provides not only an incident response service but also HM trainings for the facility workers in times of peace.
ICS training service
It is difficult to handle the incident beyond your area of responsibility.MDPC provides ICS training to the customers. Through the ICS training and an incident simulation, MDPC shares skills and knowledge for the incident management and the issue management though “lessons learned” .
The training and simulation are customized for each customers.
MARITIME DISASTER PREVENTION CENTER
4-4-5 i-MARK PLACE, MINATOMIRAI, NISHI-KU, YOKOHAMA CITY. KANAGAWA Pref,