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EXPLOSIVE MANAGEMENT TRAINING

ESM Training
ESM - Explosives Storage Management Training

This course is designed to introduce students to the basic requirements for storing Explosives, Substances & Articles
(ESA) in accordance with statutory legislation.

Aligned to ESA NOS:


7.3, 7.6, 7.11, 13.14, 13.16, 13.17

Introduction Pre Attendance Requirements


This course is designed for people / organisations who The student must be conversant in English Language
are engaged in the Explosives Sector and are required
to satisfy the requirements of Explosives Regulations Student Groups
and/or Joint Service Publication 482 (JSP 482). • Students who may wish to enter the Explosives
industry
Both sets of regulations call for the demonstration of an • Government and agencies who want to formalise
individual’s training and competency for the work and their staff qualifications for competency and duty
JSP 482 specifically requires that this must be of care purposes
demonstrated against the standards of best practice. • NGOs
These are the National Occupational Standards (NOS) • UN staff
for Explosives Substances & Articles (ESA). • Military personnel – serving and retired
• Law Enforcement – serving and retired
The course is designed for individuals who will become • Private Security
responsible for the safe storage of explosives and
munitions and who have little or no formal knowledge Qualifications Achieved
of explosives. The course is also appropriate for other On successful completion of the course the student will
more experienced explosives workers who need to receive a Certificate in Explosive Storage Management
formalise their vocational qualifications through an (Theory) certification from ISSEE and HSQ.
academic award.

This course is accredited by Homeland Security


Qualifications (HSQ) and provides an academic
recognition.

Course Duration
5 days.

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EXPLOSIVE MANAGEMENT TRAINING

ESM Training
ESM - Explosives Storage Management Training

Course Content

Course Content Objectives and Outcomes

National and International Storage & Transportation


Put explosive substances and/or articles into storage
Legislation and Regulations

Responsibilities of managers and employees within an Maintain the quality of explosive substances and/or
explosive storage area articles in storage

Manage the storage of explosive substances and/or


Explosives safety
articles

Classification of explosives Manage equipment in an explosives environment

Explosives storage areas Manage explosives safety

Explosives transportation and explosives security Certify as Free From Explosives (FFE)

Radiation hazards in respect of explosives

Quantity distances and explosive limits in respect of


explosives storage area

WWW.ISSEE.CO.UK
Centre for Homeland Security admin@issee.co.uk
Talbot Hall, Heythrop Park, +44 (0) 1608 678382
Oxfordshire, OX7 5UE @isseeuk