Monday, January 29, 2007

A Four-day Training Program on Chemical Detection and Fire Service Started ahead of the World Cup Cricket West Indies 2007

Ahead of the world cup cricket 2007, a four day training program has been started yesterday on the chemical detection and fire service. All the host nations have sent their representative in the program. Newday reported:

In a release, the National Security Ministry said TT was selected as the venue since it houses the regional operational headquarters from which all regional security procedures will be planned and coordinated for the Cricket World Cup. The programme will train fire officers from the nine regional host nations for the Cricket World Cup and 24 participants will take part in the programme.

This is a good initiative as the issue is related to safety of the people during the world cup cricket. This program will help the participants to act properly during any fire-made situation.