In the framework of mandatory co-curricular theme Application of Safety in the Field, as well as creating a graduate of a bachelor who has the competitiveness to face the world of work, the Department of Management of Aquatic Resources (MSP) held training Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Protection (K3LL) intended for students of class 49. Water Resource Management training was conducted over two days on 11-12 December 2015. Mrs. Aliati Iswantari, S. Pi, Coordinator of student Affairs Department M.Si represents MSP opened this training, he stated, “activity training Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Protection (K3LL) is a routine activity held every year the Ministry MSP for each generation, these activities are expected to positively impact the trainees so that they can be introspective in working in the field when the field trips and research. ”
Training Resource K3LL given by the Wild Life Indonesia, with speakers and Bang Bang Aming Yopi. On the first day, the speakers explained the importance of Travel Management and Expedition. Students are taught how to recognize obstacles or barriers of nature during the activity and how to handle it. In principle, there are four different stages to be conducted in the expedition, namely: planning, preparation, implementation, and completion or post-field phase.
The second day’s activities is the river crossing engineering simulation and training Basic Sea Survival (BSS), which was held in the pool. BSS material taught include how to shape the Heat Escape Lessening Procedure (HELP) Position aimed at reducing the loss of body heat, a technique that serves mutual HUDDLE Position warms the body, swimming in groups and how to handle victims while in the water. Mechanical hold position to rest and reinforce each other when in the middle of the sea. Save positions and techniques that aim to help if there is a member of the fatigue, pain and even hypothermia.
Students MSP force 49 to follow a series of activities with a high concern and enthusiasm. Students expect this training could be a provision in their work in accordance with health and safety procedures in the move and work in the field. (SGA / EYW)