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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 612 in Riga in 2007 (on 11 September. Nr. 50) minimum requirements for the content of the course of civil protection and civil defence workers training content released under the Civil Protection Act article 21, first and third subparagraphs 1. lays down minimum requirements for the content of the course of civil protection for student and General and professional training institutions for teachers, as well as the minimum requirements for employment in the civil protection training.
2. Civil Protection course content to ensure that the learner General and vocational education in the process of mastering knowledge of: 2.1 daily possible dangerous situations;
2.2. the safe behaviour at home, in the street, as well as a stay in nature;
2.3. country possible disasters and their consequences;
2.4. the action of the various threats;
2.5. first aid;
2.6. national institutions and services that perform disaster management;
2.7. the national civil protection system, the structure, organisation and management;
2.8. the rights and obligations of citizens civil protection;
2.9. the alarm notification of civil and systems;
2.10. the action of the population to hear alarms;
2.11. terrorism and its manifestations;
2.12. personal protective equipment in case of disaster;
2.13. evacuation measures in case of disaster.
3. Civil Protection course content to ensure that the educational process the student acquire the knowledge about: 3.1 the country to potential disasters and their consequences;
3.2. the legal framework for the national system of civil protection;
3.3. the national civil protection system, the structure, organisation and management;
3.4. the municipal civil protection Commission;
3.5. State institutions, local governments and tasks of economic operators and civil protection;
3.6. the rights and obligations of citizens civil protection;
3.7. the civil protection planning;
3.8. prevention, response and relief emergency measures;
3.9. alarms and notification of the civil system and its operating principles;
3.10. increase hazard objects;
3.11. dangerous substances, their classification and the storage and transport requirements;
3.12. the radiation safety;
3.13. the civil protection defences;
3.14. the State material reserve;
3.15. first aid;
3.16. the Organization of escape in the event of a disaster.
4. Civil Defence course, the amount of the student depending on the undergraduate specialties, in coordination with the Ministry of the Interior, the head of the school.
5. Civil defence training content ensures that the process of training the workers acquire knowledge of: 5.1. authorities or economic operators in the internal and external object apdra the egg stage and protection against them;
5.2. action if employed or a merchant in the accident;
5.3. disposal of employees in the event of a disaster;
5.4. the notification authority or the operator's facility;
5.5. arrangements for the evacuation or a merchant site;
5.6. the country possible disasters and their consequences;
5.7. national authorities carrying out disaster management;
5.8. the national civil protection system;
5.9. the alarm notification of civil and systems;
5.10. the action of the population to hear alarms;
5.11. the rights and obligations of citizens civil protection;
5.12. terrorism and its manifestations;
5.13. personal protective equipment in case of disaster.
6. the amount of the course of Civil protection for persons employed at the merchant, or officers determine the company, sole proprietor or Manager of the authority.
Prime Minister, regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg Interior Minister i. Godmanis Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 15 September 2007.
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