Janggan (centre) having a group photo with the course participants after the closing event.

SIBU: Thirty-two officers from fire and rescue stations (BPP) throughout Sarawak, completed a three-day venomous animal (snake) control course held in Sungai Merah BBP.

The course which ended on Saturday (Sept 5) was conducted by three invited instructors, namely Safiq Mohammad from the Eastern Region Academics in Terengganu, Noremey Halim from fire and rescue department (Bomba) Kedah, and Noorizun Kechik from Bomba Johor.

Bomba Sibu Zone 4 head Janggan Muling told that the course, held for the first time in Sarawak,was aimed to improve the skill level of firefighters in handling venomous animals, especially snakes.

Invited instructors showcasing the methods to catch venomous snakes during the course held at Sungai Merah BBP.

“It will directly increase the confidence of the participants to the maximum.

“The organisation of the course will make Bomba a professional agency in handling humanitarian service cases in the country,” he said in a statement.

Janggan congratulated the participants who were involved in the course to enhance their skills in handling venomous creatures.

Invited instructors showcasing the methods to catch venomous snakes during the course held at Sungai Merah BBP.