The government is introducing an epidemic emergency

Rescue is not an industry but a service in which we are all obliged to face the challenges of public health.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Due to the dynamically changing situation regarding the spread of COVID-19, we are facing an increased number of inquiries from individuals and organizations about the possibility of participating in rescue training. To a large extent, they concern rescuers and personnel responsible for public safety. We believe that rescue is not an industry, but a service in which we are all obliged to face the challenges of public health.

Therefore, we cannot imagine the possibility of suspending our business. During this difficult time, the Management Board of the Centrum Ratownictwaremains faithful to our company's mission and unanimously decided not to leave rescuers and organizations without support, and even expand its activities in the field of direct provision of preventive services.

During the crisis, specialized training of rescue and civic services in organizations takes on special significance, in particular in the light of the position of the National Labor Inspectorate, which is given below. In view of the obvious threats associated with the potential spread of the virus, our actions require adaptation to new conditions and implementation of specific countermeasures that may be a nuisance for you in the coming weeks.

In accordance with the Regulation of the Prime Minister of 13/03/2020 all courses in groups over 50 people will be canceled. We ask you to understand and help to strictly adhere to the introduced rules.

Remember that from today, i.e. 13/03/2020, out of concern for common security:

  • classes are conducted by one instructor in a group of no more than 6 people, so as to limit the formation of larger gatherings,
  • the form of classes in classrooms has been limited to e-learning lectures, in accordance with the course regulations notified to the Lower Silesian Voivode. The e-learning system is currently recommended for universities by the Minister of Science and Higher Education.
  • special emphasis was placed on practical exercises in the open air, in groups of no more than 6 people, using additional disinfection and aseptics to meet the strict epidemiological prevention standards.
  • Changes in the way the course program is implemented meet the recommendations of the Chief Sanitary Inspector and public authorities regarding restrictions on public gatherings, as well as training in occupational health and safety.

    We believe that every citizen should know the principles of prevention and risk avoidance, which is served by a wide information campaign in the media. In the meantime, services involved in providing assistance and people expecting special knowledge in the field of saving lives should be given access to the most current and detailed information on safety procedures, principles of providing assistance and response.

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  • You will receive answers to these and many other questions at the hands of the best specialists and practitioners.

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