BRI Hostile Environment PSD Operators Course Thailand 22 To 29 October 2012
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Business Risks International and PPSG will be conducting a Hostile Environment PSD Operator\'s Course at our Tactical Training Centre in Thailand from 22 - 29 October 2012 (inclusive). The aim of......

Business Risks International and PPSG will be conducting a Hostile Environment PSD Operator\'s Course at our Tactical Training Centre in Thailand from 22 - 29 October 2012 (inclusive). The aim of this course is train students to the standard required of an operator in a PSD Team and enable students to competently fulfil the various roles within the team. The course is ideally suited for all security professionals that wish to enhance experience and enhance skills.

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  • 1. HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTPSD OPERATOR’S COURSE TRAINING COURSE | Tactical Training Centre THAILAND | 22 – 29 OCTOBER 2012Proudly presented byBusiness Risks International Pty Ltd andPioneer Protective Services Group
  • 2. HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTPSD OPERATOR’S COURSETRAINING COURSE | LOP BURI THAILAND | 22 – 29 OCTOBER 2012Business Risks International (BRI) and  Vehicle preparation and operationour Thailand Security Partner Pioneer essential equipment.Protective Services Group (PPSG) will  Vehicle extraction and crossoverbe conducting a HOSTILE drills (includes live fire practises).ENVIRONMENT PSD Operator’s Course  CPP walking drills and formations.  Counter Ambush Lop Buri Thailand, 22 - 29 October  Mounted and dismounted PSD2012 (dates inclusive). SOPs and drills.The aim of this course to train students  Scenario training using live fire and simulated firing the standard required of an operator  Conduct and prepare site & venuein a PSD team and enable students to security assessments/ mission riskcompetently fulfil the various roles and assessments.positions within the team.  Building entry & room clearance techniques.This course is ideally suited for security  Tactical shotgun.professionals whose duties may require  Scenario training conducted in athem to deploy to high risk areas as realistic urban environmentpart of a PSD. The course is also very training village with multi-levelbeneficial for professionals who wish to buildings.improve their skills and experience.Instruction on the course includes butis not limited to the following: Mission planning and Operational orders. Security & Risk management. Route reconnaissance and Intelligence gathering. PSD convoy formations and actions on. IED awareness. EOD, Mines & ERW (Explosive Remnants of War) awareness. Weapon transition drills. Close Quarter battle shooting. Basic first aid (first responder). BUSINESS RISKS INTERNATIONAL – WWW.BUSINESSRISKSINTERNATIONAL.COM.AU
  • 3. The course is a combination of theory ACCOMMODATIONconducted in lecture rooms and fieldclassrooms, and practical training in PPSG will arrange studentfield training areas and weapons accommodation as part of the package.ranges. Also vehicle training will be Included in this will be breakfast andconducted within private facilities with lunch. Students are responsible forfull range of road types and surfaces. their evening meals, of which there is aTraining missions and planning will large variety of choices, both westernalso incorporate well known and Thai, in Lop Buri City.landmarks in Lop Buri, Thailand, in the PPSG is responsible for movement ofform of venue and route students to and from theirreconnaissance, road moves and on accommodation to the training TTPs.Students are to arrange own return LANGUAGEflights to Bangkok. Course instruction is given in English.PPSG will arrange lodging in approved Native Thai instructors are also onhotels as part of course fee. Please course staff for Thai students.advise if you wish to arrange your own MEDICALaccommodation. At all training activities a medic will bePPSG will arrange student pickup from in attendance, and the venue is in closedesignated locations in Bangkok for proximity to international standardtransport to Lop Buri on 21 October hospitals.2012. Students are advised to have adequateFor more info on Lop Buri, please visit travel insurance in case of sickness orthe following links: accident. Please ensure to bring personal medical needs (prescriptions) and personal first aid kits. There are times on the course when physical andhttp://www.thai- strenuous activities are undertaken, students should have a reasonable level of fitness and be of good health. A basic medical check-up is recommended prior to course. DRESS AND EQUIPMENT It is recommended students bring the following items and equipment:  Outdoor shoes or lightweight boots.  Outdoor socks: lightweight for hot climate. BUSINESS RISKS INTERNATIONAL – WWW.BUSINESSRISKSINTERNATIONAL.COM.AU
  • 4.  Cross trainers.  Personal insect repellent: Rid / Trousers: cargo or BDU style - Aerogard etc. lightweight and loose fitting.  Sunscreen (non- irritant to eyes). Riggers or duty belt: sturdy enough  Lip balm. to support holster and sidearm.  Personal first aid kit containing Shirts: lightweight and long sleeves bandages, band-aids, antiseptic for warm climate. cream, bite and sting relief etc. Shirts: polo or short sleeve casual.  Personal shooters hearing Cap or bush hat: for protection from protection (this will be supplied for the sun. those who do not have their own). Belt pouch or belt bag: for carrying wallet, keys etc. FIELD EQUIPMENT Lightweight waterproof jacket (in  Day pack: large enough to carry case of rain). items including stationary, personal Loose breathable underwear and t- first aid kit, drinking water, camera, shirts. spare shirt etc.  Multi tool: Gerber or Leatherman* Bring enough clothing to allow for a (optional).24-hour turnaround in hotel laundry  Camelbak (optional - sufficientservice. drinking water will be available at all** Various items of cheap clothing can activities).be purchased locally, though footwearfor larger feet is extremely hard to find.  Small torch: AA battery type.*** The climate is hot and humid.  Lightweight rain proof jacket**** No military style camouflage (breathable).uniforms to be worn. We are in closeproximity to Thai Military units. PPSG TACTICAL STORE There will be a tactical store facilityHEALTH AND SAFETY available. If you do not wish to carry BALLISTIC or Industrial standard excess items on flights, there will be a protective eyewear / or sunglasses range of tactical equipment and items with ballistic protection properties. for purchase including: Prescription glasses must meet ballistic or industrial safety  Tactical backpacks. standards.  Grab bags / bail out bags. Tactical shooting gloves.  Personal medical kits. Personal strapping/joint supports  Caps. for existing injuries.  Tactical flashlights. Personal prescription medicine – ensure to keep in original packaging. BUSINESS RISKS INTERNATIONAL – WWW.BUSINESSRISKSINTERNATIONAL.COM.AU
  • 5. . ABOUT BUSINESS RISKS INTERNATIONALThe cost of the HOSTILEENVIRONMENT PSD OPERATOR’S Business Risks International Pty Limited (BRI) isCOURSE IS $3,300 USD per student. a professional corporate risk management and(Excluding airfare) security services company. We provide unique, independent and comprehensive services toCourse must be fully paid for prior to the corporate sector with an emphasis oncommencement, this is due to quality and commitment of service.ammunition, training and equipmentrequirements which must be finalised Business Risks International has operatedbefore start of course. nationally and internationally for over 22 years.The student fee also includes all Today, Business Risks International hasammunition, student handouts, established and manned offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Singapore andmorning tea and lunch (Thai and Thailand as well as establishing strategicwestern), bottled water / soft drinks, partners in Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East,transport and lecture rooms. Also an North America and Europe.end of course function will be held ata traditional Thai restaurant. BRI can provide a range of integrated security, safety, business continuity and riskAll students will receive a digital management and technical services.photographic & video record ofcourse. Our service offerings include:At completion of course students will  Security Risk Managementbe issued a Certificate of Completion.  Security ConsultancyFor further information on this  Business Continuity Managementexclusive training course or to  Crisis and Emergency Managementconfirm a place on this course pleasecontact Andrew Cooke at  Sport Security and Risk  Safety Audits and Compliance  Investigations and AuditingNOTE:  Training and eLearningMethods of payment will be  Technology and Softwareconfirmed on application for aposition on the course.  International Operations BUSINESS RISKS INTERNATIONALConfirmed students will be issued  Protective Security and Concierge Serviceswith joining instruction detailing NATIONAL OFFICEnecessary administrative details and SYDNEY AUSTRALIAequipment required for attending the 24h: 1300 760 221course. T: +612 8198 4750 E: SINGAPORE OFFICE T: +65 6829 2242 BUSINESS RISKS INTERNATIONAL – WWW.BUSINESSRISKSINTERNATIONAL.COM.AU