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Station 5, Durban, had a great scenario based training day yesterday organised by training officer Wendy Serfontein. The tasks that were concentrated on varied from fire fighting (a fire in the store, using a smoke machine, was tackled ... breathing apparatus used and a patient rescued) to navigation and search and rescue. According to deputy station commander Andre Fletcher, the crew were challenged while being taught from advanced navigation to how holding up a simple space blanket increased the visibility of a small craft on radar.Pictures by Andre Fletcher:extinguishes a fire. Amy Coetzee receives instruction from Crewman Stephan Muller whist fighting a fire.Tim Edwards ( centre) gives BA training. Tim Edwards (centre) instructs trainee members (L-R) Amy Coetzee and Keith Miya on correctly donning a BA mask.Fitting BA sets. Jack Manilall (L) and Jonathan Kellerman practice fitting BA masks.Throw line practise. Throw line practise.using a hand held compass. Julian Singh gets to grips with taking a bearing using a hand-held compass.Using a signal mirror. Roy Wienand demonstrated the use of a signal mirror.Eikos Rescuer Eikos Rescuer
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