The Liberia Airport Authority (LAA) will later this month ship a group of firefighters to Australia to amass technical data and experience on tips on how to function a US$1.3 million greenback hearth crash truck.
The firefighters might be drawn from the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority (LCAA) Industrial Fireplace Service Division.
The hearth truck is predicted to reach in Liberia in June 2023. It’s going to enhance efforts in combating hearth assaults at Liberia’s premier Roberts Worldwide Airport (RIA), and by extension, the LAA in Margibi County.
LAA Managing Director Martin Hayes has mentioned the departure of the firefighter technicians from the RIA-LAA rescue division is to make sure that firefighters on the airport grasp the technical experience about hearth outbreaks on plane.
Hayes mentioned it will likely be the primary of its type to function such a truck in Liberia, particularly on the RIA.
The LAA boss mentioned the fireplace coaching will give firefighters the chance to apply utilizing their tools and convey again the experience to spice up the airport’s resilience towards hearth assaults.
In response to him, the Fireplace Combating and Rescue Division wants the coaching to take cost of fireside outbreaks in the event that they happen on the airport and beneath plane.
For his half, Cllr. Lawrence C. Sackie, Fireplace Fee Officer of the Aviation Industrial Fireplace Service, mentioned the coaching in Australia is essential for the firefighters.