- At your work site or in one of our training centres
- Spearheads: ‘Life-saving First Aid ’ and ‘Fire, Evacuation and Communication’
Description and purpose of the training course
When a fire breaks out, if someone gets hurt or evacuation is required, the Emergency Response Officer (ERO) is the designated person to take action. Under the Working Conditions Act, the employer is obliged to put a company emergency response procedure in place. Part of this procedure is providing ERO training.
After finishing the training, you will be familiar with the basic techniques needed as an ERO and can be designated as Emergency Response Officer in your organisation.
Practical skills are key in our training programme. Our main focus lies on the practical side of life-saving First Aid, fire-fighting, CPR and proper use of the defibrillator.
If so desired, it is also possible to take this training course according to the NIBHV (Dutch Institute
for Company Emergency Response) guidelines (duration: 2 days). The participants are then automatically insured with the NIBHV against accidents and liability.
Register for a training course?
- Group training at any location of your choice with an approved training room or at one of the Boels training centres.
- Individual registration at one of the 26 training locations in the Netherlands
- 8 hours
- 2 days (NIBHV)
Maximum group size:
The minimum age for taking this course is 18
In accordance with the statutory requirements and standards
- Group training: from € 660 *
- Individual registration: € 125 per person
Prices for NIBHV training upon request
* the stated price applies to groups of 6 people and is based on a one-day training course