Brunei to establish crisis management facility

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Brunei MPTCThe government of Brunei and Canada’s CAE, a provider of simulation and training solutions will jointly establish a facility to boost emergency response and disaster preparedness, it was announced on December 3.

CAE said that its Brunei-based multipurpose training center, or MPTC, which is a joint venture that has been announced by the company and the government in 2012, will launch an “emergency and crisis management center of excellence” to support disaster preparedness in Brunei and the wider Southeast Asian region.

Capability offered by the center of excellence will be a simulation-based crisis management and training programme geared towards supporting the Brunei Ministry of Home Affairs and Brunei National Disaster Management Center in preparing for various forms of local and regional disasters, the two parties said.

The CAE Brunei MPTC will be able to develop virtual threat scenarios for analysis and provide virtual training for complex emergency and crisis response exercises.

“A simulation-based synthetic environment is ideal for planning, preparing and training for any kind of event, particularly emergencies that require significant coordination and response from multiple government and civilian agencies,” said Kevin Speed, Director of the CAE Brunei MPTC.

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The government of Brunei and Canada’s CAE, a provider of simulation and training solutions will jointly establish a facility to boost emergency response and disaster preparedness, it was announced on December 3.

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Brunei MPTCThe government of Brunei and Canada’s CAE, a provider of simulation and training solutions will jointly establish a facility to boost emergency response and disaster preparedness, it was announced on December 3.

CAE said that its Brunei-based multipurpose training center, or MPTC, which is a joint venture that has been announced by the company and the government in 2012, will launch an “emergency and crisis management center of excellence” to support disaster preparedness in Brunei and the wider Southeast Asian region.

Capability offered by the center of excellence will be a simulation-based crisis management and training programme geared towards supporting the Brunei Ministry of Home Affairs and Brunei National Disaster Management Center in preparing for various forms of local and regional disasters, the two parties said.

The CAE Brunei MPTC will be able to develop virtual threat scenarios for analysis and provide virtual training for complex emergency and crisis response exercises.

“A simulation-based synthetic environment is ideal for planning, preparing and training for any kind of event, particularly emergencies that require significant coordination and response from multiple government and civilian agencies,” said Kevin Speed, Director of the CAE Brunei MPTC.

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