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    Emergency Response Driver Training (ERDT)

    Course Description

    • Emergency response driving and riding require outstanding driving skills to allow you to handle a vehicle safely in difficult situations and at high speed.
    • Before taking emergency response training, you can develop your driving skills using a course offered by the company helps in study and improve your emergency driver’s skills.
    Course objectives:
    • The objective of this training and qualification in Emergency Response Vehicles Driving is to provide the driver with the additional skills, knowledge, and understanding required to drive an emergency vehicle in a variety of situations.
    • The emergency response driver training course gives the learner the opportunity to be able to drive emergency vehicles to satisfy the range of operational requirements that may be encountered.
    • The training includes a range of emergency situations and takes into account the needs of your passengers, including different emergencies in oil and gas with varying levels of dependence on oil & gas professionals.
    Training Methodology:
    • This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of the total tuition hours:
    • 20%  Lectures
    • 80%  Practical Exercises, Case Studies, Games, Customized Videos, Site Visits, Simulations, Role Play, Group Skill Sessions, Outdoor & Indoor Activities
    •  In an unlikely event, the course instructor may modify the above training methodology before or during the course for technical reasons.


    Day 1

    • Pre-assessment Presentations
    • Program Objectives
    • Introduction
    • HSE Policy
    • Alcohol’s and drugs Policy
    • HSE Goals & objectives
    • HSE Vision & Targets
    • Emergency Preparedness Elements
    • Driving mode behavior-based inspection
    • The 4 levels that are involved in all driving tasks
    • Mastery of vehicle maneuvering
    • Mastery of traffic situations (Traditional Driver Training)
    • Goals and context of driving for a specific journey (Driver Education & Behavior)
    • 4. Human factors. The goals for life and your skills for a living (Driver Education & Behavior)
    • Case study
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz

    Day 2

    • Health and mind control fitness
    • Alcohol’s and drugs Policy
    • Journey Control Plan
    • Taking breaks and rests
    • Enough sleeping
    • Emergency Vehicles and pack up (Plan B)
    • Major emergency vehicles disturbances
    • Knowledge and skill
    • Vehicles Control Device (VCD)
    • Risk-increasing factors the driver must be aware of and be
    • able to avoid
    • Self-evaluation for continuous development
    • Lost Time Rate (LTR)
    • Total Accident Rate (TAR)
    • Accident Severity Rate (ASR)
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz
    • End of the course exam
    • Closing the session

    • Ambulances and paramedic services.
    • Blood and organ transfer services.
    • Fire and rescue services.
    • Police vehicles.
    • Armed services.
    • VIP protection.


    • Pre-assessment Presentations
    • Program Objectives
    • Introduction
    • HSE Policy
    • Alcohol’s and drugs Policy
    • HSE Goals & objectives
    • HSE Vision & Targets
    • Emergency Preparedness Elements
    • Driving mode behavior-based inspection
    • The 4 levels that are involved in all driving tasks
    • Mastery of vehicle maneuvering
    • Mastery of traffic situations (Traditional Driver Training)
    • Goals and context of driving for a specific journey (Driver Education & Behavior)
    • 4. Human factors. The goals for life and your skills for living (Driver Education & Behavior)
    • Case study
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz
    • Health and mind control fitness
    • Alcohol’s and drugs Policy
    • Journey Control Plan
    • Taking breaks and rests
    • Enough sleeping
    • Emergency Vehicles and pack up (Plan B)
    • Major emergency vehicles disturbances
    • Knowledge and skill
    • Vehicles Control Device (VCD)
    • Risk-increasing factors the driver must be aware of and be
    • able to avoid
    • Self-evaluation for continuous development
    • Lost Time Rate (LTR)
    • Total Accident Rate (TAR)
    • Accident Severity Rate (ASR)
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz
    • End of the course exam
    • Closing the session

    • Defensive Driving
    • Valid driving license 

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