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Online-Lecture: Personal Safety in Emergency Situations, Involving the Risk of Explosive Injuries and Poisoning by Harmful Chemicals: What to Do and How to Behave?

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  • Date: 03/06/2022 (FRI)
  • Language: Ukrainian
  • Time: 11:00 - 12:30
  • Fee:free of charge
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  Online-Lecture: Personal Safety in Emergency Situations, Involving the Risk of Explosive Injuries and Poisoning by Harmful Chemicals: What to Do and How to Behave?. Date: 03 June2022. Time: 11:00 12:30. Language: Ukrainian. Fee: free of charge. Place: Will be online. Registration is open for everyone. For more than 70 days, Ukraine has been resisting Russias military aggression, and while our troops are beating the occupiers in the east and south, the rest of the country is suffering from numerous tragic incidents involving explosive devices and preparing for the possible use of chemical weapons. against the civilian population. Unfortunately, until the complete victory and the end to the war in Ukraine, the place is unlikely to be fully protected from a possible attack by the aggressor, and the war crimes already committed by the occupiers leave no doubt about continuing attacks on civilians. The racist-liberated areas are considered to be the most heavily mined areas in the world, and cluster munitions, widely used by the occupiers, are turning any place into a dangerous «minefield». So what to do in a critical situation with explosives or poisonous substances for ordinary citizens? How not to become a victim, avoid unnecessary risks and how to behave? EBA Management Development Centre together with SK Security invite you to take part in the Online-Lecture: Personal Safety in Emergency Situations, Involving the Risk of Explosive Injuries and Poisoning by Harmful Chemicals: What to Do and How to Behave? The online-lecture will consider the basic information about the risks, recommendation for their prevention, as well as advice and developed safety protocols in such situations. Speakers: Victor Panchak, Chairman of the Board of ASIS International in Ukraine, Vice President of SK Security. Corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security, labor protection, project management and business management. A graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, DC, majoring in corporate security. The first in Ukraine certified specialist in the field of global security management according to ASIS International standards. Victor Drobotenko, Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced professional with more than 20 years of successful law enforcement careers, including participation in several international peace and security operations and 5 years of experience in cybersecurity. Master of Laws with honors from the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, with additional qualifications at the University of Bradford (UK), the Center for Advanced Levels of Stability Police (Italy) and the United Nations Integrated Training Service. Igor Shevtsov, Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security. A graduate with honors of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine with a degree in law and the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine with a degree in finance. Compliance Officer of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Financial Monitoring Officer. Certified auditor of the information security management systems (ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 and ISO 19011: 2011, Bureau Veritas Ukraine). Topics under discussion: Types and features of hazardous explosive devices. Probable locations of explosive devices. Detection of signs of «mining» and ways to avoid risk. Action in case of detection of explosive devices and substances. Action in the event of a minefield. Chemical weapons and how they work? Types of chemical weapons. How to recognize a chemical attack? Actions of the population when receiving a signal of «chemical contamination». What are the chances of surviving a chemical attack? The main combat poisons. What to use: gas masks, masks, gauze bandages? How long after the chemical attack does the threat disappear? Is degassing possible? Speakers. Victor Panchak. Chairman of the Board of ASIS International in Ukraine, Vice President of SK Security. Corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security, labor protection, project management and business management. A graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, DC, majoring in corporate security. The first in Ukraine certified specialist in the field of global security management according to ASIS International standards.. Victor Drobotenko. Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced professional with more than 20 years of successful law enforcement careers, including participation in several international peace and security operations and 5 years of experience in cybersecurity. Master of Laws with honors from the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, with additional qualifications at the University of Bradford (UK), the Center for Advanced Levels of Stability Police (Italy) and the United Nations Integrated Training Service.. Igor Shevtsov. Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security. A graduate with honors of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine with a degree in law and the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine with a degree in finance. Compliance Officer of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Financial Monitoring Officer. Certified auditor of the information security management systems (ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 and ISO 19011: 2011, Bureau Veritas Ukraine).. You can send a question to:. Contact person:. Anna Merkulova. E-mail development@eba.com.ua. Contact Phone. 044 496 06 01.

Registration is open for everyone.

For more than 70 days, Ukraine has been resisting Russia’s military aggression, and while our troops are beating the occupiers in the east and south, the rest of the country is suffering from numerous tragic incidents involving explosive devices and preparing for the possible use of chemical weapons. against the civilian population.

Unfortunately, until the complete victory and the end to the war in Ukraine, the place is unlikely to be fully protected from a possible attack by the aggressor, and the war crimes already committed by the occupiers leave no doubt about continuing attacks on civilians.

The racist-liberated areas are considered to be the most heavily mined areas in the world, and cluster munitions, widely used by the occupiers, are turning any place into a dangerous «minefield». So what to do in a critical situation with explosives or poisonous substances for ordinary citizens? How not to become a victim, avoid unnecessary risks and how to behave?

EBA Management Development Centre together with SK Security invite you to take part in the Online-Lecture: Personal Safety in Emergency Situations, Involving the Risk of Explosive Injuries and Poisoning by Harmful Chemicals: What to Do and How to Behave? The online-lecture will consider the basic information about the risks, recommendation for their prevention, as well as advice and developed safety protocols in such situations.

Speakers:

  • Victor Panchak, Chairman of the Board of ASIS International in Ukraine, Vice President of SK Security. Corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security, labor protection, project management and business management. A graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, DC, majoring in corporate security. The first in Ukraine certified specialist in the field of global security management according to ASIS International standards.
  • Victor Drobotenko, Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced professional with more than 20 years of successful law enforcement careers, including participation in several international peace and security operations and 5 years of experience in cybersecurity. Master of Laws with honors from the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, with additional qualifications at the University of Bradford (UK), the Center for Advanced Levels of Stability Police (Italy) and the United Nations Integrated Training Service.
  • Igor Shevtsov, Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security. A graduate with honors of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine with a degree in law and the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine with a degree in finance. Compliance Officer of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Financial Monitoring Officer. Certified auditor of the information security management systems (ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 and ISO 19011: 2011, Bureau Veritas Ukraine).

Topics under discussion:

  • Types and features of hazardous explosive devices.
  • Probable locations of explosive devices.
  • Detection of signs of «mining» and ways to avoid risk.
  • Action in case of detection of explosive devices and substances.
  • Action in the event of a minefield.
  • Chemical weapons and how they work?
  • Types of chemical weapons.
  • How to recognize a chemical attack?
  • Actions of the population when receiving a signal of «chemical contamination».
  • What are the chances of surviving a chemical attack?
  • The main combat poisons.
  • What to use: gas masks, masks, gauze bandages?
  • How long after the chemical attack does the threat disappear?
  • Is degassing possible?

Speakers

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Victor Panchak
Chairman of the Board of ASIS International in Ukraine, Vice President of SK Security. Corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security, labor protection, project management and business management. A graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, DC, majoring in corporate security. The first in Ukraine certified specialist in the field of global security management according to ASIS International standards.
Victor Drobotenko
Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced professional with more than 20 years of successful law enforcement careers, including participation in several international peace and security operations and 5 years of experience in cybersecurity. Master of Laws with honors from the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, with additional qualifications at the University of Bradford (UK), the Center for Advanced Levels of Stability Police (Italy) and the United Nations Integrated Training Service.
Igor Shevtsov
Deputy Director of SK Security. An experienced corporate security specialist with over 20 years of successful career experience in public and private security. A graduate with honors of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine with a degree in law and the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine with a degree in finance. Compliance Officer of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Financial Monitoring Officer. Certified auditor of the information security management systems (ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 and ISO 19011: 2011, Bureau Veritas Ukraine).
Victor Panchak
Victor Drobotenko
Igor Shevtsov

You can send a question to:

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Anna Merkulova

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044 496 06 01

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