« Security and Autonomy in France and Elsewhere » »

YOU ARE ABOUT TO WORK IN A HIGH-RISK ZONE.
YOU WOULD LIKE TO PREPARE A DELICATE PROFESSIONAL TRIP?
YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW TO INTERPRET DANGER SIGNS?
YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE SAFETY PROCEDURES?
YOU WOULD LIKE TO GAIN THE CORRECT REFLEXES?

ARCHAIUS EXPERTISE WILL HELP YOU TO PREPARE YOUR MISSIONS

TEMPORARY DISPLACEMENT TO A HIGH-RISK COUNTRY OR IN THE MIDDLE OF A CRISIS (JOURNALISTS, INDEPENDANTS, EXPATRIATES, NGO, ETC…) – HOW TO REACT TO CURRENT DANGERS (ACTS OF TERRORISM, SUSPICIOUS PACKAGES, ETC…) TRAINING AND FIRST AID

 

UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT AND THE ISSUES OF A CRISES

– The terrorist threat has become general.
– We in the West are symbolic targets.
– Journalists and NGO members are deliberately targeted.
– A civilian is effective leverage or a strong bargaining chip.
– Hostile manifestations have become unpredictable.
Borders no longer exist when it comes to terrorism.

AN EFFECTIVE WORKING METHOD IN CASES OF DIRECT OR INDIRECT AGGRESSION.

– A concrete and real-life approach to high-risk zones,
– Basic reflexes learned from Special Forces,
Autonomy, essential in hostile situations,
– A perception of “hostile situations” that leads to an individual or collective action based on common sense and good reflexes.
Self-confidence and self-control.

“S.A.F.E.” TRAINING STRONG POINTS

– Training instructors are ex-members of elite units and special forces
– Experience in complex situations
– Scenarios and exceptional cases are taken into consideration
– Development of a 360° perception of high-risk zones
– Knowledge of different operational theatres
– Intervention of a specialist in stress and post-mission trauma management
– Our network of experts

Lucas Dolega (…), Camille Lepage, Gilles Jacquier, Rémi and Marie today… They weren’t hotheads. They followed the rules, took the necessary precautions. So how do we avoid risk? How can we be sure that everything will go according to plan? impossible, we only manage the risks…

– Edith Bouvier, “Chambre avec vue sur la guerre”  (Room with view of the war) (2012) éd. Flammarion

TOPICS COVERED

LECTURES

DESCRIPTION

EXPERIENCE GAINED IN CONFLICTS by Édith BOUVIER Conditions of captivity, wounds on operation theatres…
STRESS
– The effects on the human body and associated reactions.
– Pre- and post- “mission” trauma.
ATTITUDES AND REACTIONS
– Suspicious packages
– Hostage situations
– Bombings

TECHNICAL PREPARATION

DESCRIPTION

GAINING THE CORRECT REACTIONS IN A CONFLICT ZONE
– Moving in a closed environment: Entry and exit from a building potentially held by hostile personnel.
– Basic combat survival techniques.
– Vehicle itinerary preparation and use of orientation tools: compasses, GPS and topographic software.br style= »clear: both; »>- 4X4 driving lessons by a qualified instructor on private land.
– Vehicle preparation and “unmarking”.
– Stress course.
– First aid in the field training. Combat trauma, emergency first aid.
– Displacement in urban settings in a conflict zone.
– Adapted defence in a hostile environment.
“All of our training scenarios are as close to reality as possible (sets, atmosphere, weapon replicas…)”

SAFE COURSES

– Length of courses: 3 to 5 days
– Number of trainees: 6 to 12
* Contact us directly for specific training courses according to the chosen modules

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Every trainee receives an “EMERGENCY BAG”