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Phuket Airport emergency-response teams fire up for training

Phuket Airport emergency-response teams fire up for training

PHUKET: Fire teams and emergency-response personnel held the third fire-training exercise for the year at Phuket International Airport today (June 13).

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By The Phuket News

Friday 14 June 2019, 05:45PM


The exercise began 10am, with Vijit Keawsaitiam, Executive Vice President and Deputy General Manager of Phuket International Airport (Operations and Maintenance Group), presiding over the event.

Charoon Nakthongkaew, Deputy Chief of Phuket International Airport’s Fire Fighting and Rescue Department, led the fire teams in extinguishing a blaze, with related departments joining in the training.

The aim the of regular training is improve the skills and response times of all emergency-response personnel in being effective in dealing with emergencies, the airport said in a statement.

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Rorri_2 | 15 June 2019 - 08:11:10

Response time, mmm, well they knew there was going to be an exercise, as for this "exercise, how does it help them to fight an aircraft fire, a very different scenario to a "small" ground fire. 

Kurt | 14 June 2019 - 21:53:11

A prepared fun exercise?
Why not a exercise out of the blue at 22:00 hrs, without any warning in advance?  That is what we call a 'emergency-response'.
Now everything arranged for just after a late breakfast? Big joke. Not real.

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