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We help the Syrian people

The crisis in Syria is terrifying and lasted more than five years. The Association of Support Syrian People (A.A.P.S.) has already sent more than thirty containers of aid directly to Syria.

BUSF collaborates actively with AAPS. Saturday, March 12 was a special day. We strongly help in Syria to rescue and relief teams constituted as civil defense groups in cities Idleb, HAMA and ALEPO requested. And we set off, some volunteers BUSF approached the Central Warehouse APPS in Madrid to load two containers of medical supplies, blankets, non-perishable food, orthopedic appliances, hygiene products, baby carriers, baby milk and beds for hospitals.

There have been 20,000 kilograms in total with the help of Ilunion and Messengers of Peace. We are doing it.

You also can participate helping us to be more, with APPS and BUSF help arrives and joined them to support their work and professionally to our brothers of the Civil Protection in Syria.

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BUSF estuvimos presentes en SICUR 2016

En nuestro XX Aniversario, no podíamos faltar a la cita. Contamos con un stand en el Salón de la Seguridad de IFEMA -SICUR-, una de las más prestigiosas ferias de la Seguridad y la Emergencia del mundo.

SICUR se celebró del 23 al 26 de febrero en Feria de Madrid.

Durante las diferentes jornadas mostramos una exposición a modo de mosaico del recorrido en estos veinte años y el público pudo informarse de todas nuestras actividades y pudieron adquirir productos exclusivos de nuestra ONG. Hasta nuestro stand se acercaron destacadas personalidades del Ayuntamiento de Madrid: el Delegado del Área de Gobierno de Salud, Seguridad y Emergencias, D. José Javier Barbero Gutiérrez; la Directora General de Emergencias y Protección Civil, Dña. Virginia Torres Lirola y el Jefe del Servicio de Extinción de Incendios, D. Eugenio Amores Fresno, reforzando el compromiso del Ayuntamiento con el fortalecimiento de los Cuerpos de Bomberos Iberoamericanos a través de la formación y donación de materiales y vehículos, con BUSF como transmisores de la solidaridad hecha lema: “Reciclar para Ayudar”.

Estuvieron también con nosotros José María Bonilla y Manuel Suero, Director Ejecutivo y Responsable de Comunicaciones respectivamente para los Juegos que tendrán lugar en la ciudad de Huelva en el mes de Junio.

Nuestra presencia está garantizada desde 2015 que llegábamos al acuerdo para participar muy activamente día a día durante la realización de los Juegos, somos además la proyección social y solidaria que este mes de Marzo se verá formalizada en forma de Convenio con las autoridades y amigos que están dándolo todo para que este magnífico evento sea el mayor de los éxitos.

 

Y otros muchos profesionales a los que agradecemos su visita. Agradecemos también a IFEMA y al equipo de SICUR por las facilidades que en todo momento nos brindaron.

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Training Method Chest – Issue XXIX in Dominican Republic

Wednesday April 8 began the XXIX Course Training Method Chest Canine Search and Detection (people buried) in the municipality of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. This course, taught by members of the Canine Rescue Unit Fire States, will end on May 8 with a total duration of 250 hours of lessons. With this training culminates the project “Kilometers of Cooperation”, which thanks to the combined efforts of Juanma Arrazola and all those who assisted him, will enable the consolidation of the Canine Rescue Unit of United Firefighters in Dominican Republic . This course has the support of the municipality of Santo Domingo East Fire States and Dominican Republic.
Santo Domingo to five members of our organization belonging to the Canine Rescue Unit Fire Service of the City of Huelva, which kicked off the course on April 8, before the official opening ceremony with the authorities moved to be held in the coming days.
In these first days they have begun demanding lectures, evolving agenda concerning the basic and specific vocabulary, basic introduction to the “Method Chest,” as well as exposure of the different phases of training method.
In turn it has also begun field work with various canine units that will work during the course. Two copies are currently in phase fluidization behavior and strengthening work. Two other units are already working on signaling phase (first phase of training Method Chest). And with two other copies, which became operational in the first phase of this project to create Rescue Dog Unit in Dominican Republic, will begin in the coming days a specific job search in adverse factors.
This course is part of the project to strengthen and reducing vulnerability to major disasters in the Dominican Republic, which began in 2012, and also allow, with our headquarters and Canine Canine Units of Nicaragua and Peru, giving coverage and response immediately in a large area of ​​South America and the Caribbean.