Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA)


This Explosive Ordnance Risk Education (EORE) course is designed to introduce community liaison and risk education managers in the requirements to form an effective EORE capability including an Introduction to Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) activities, recognition of ERW main groups and some basic IED awareness training. This course will only be available for one year from the date of purchase.
  • Intro to Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA)
  • An introduction to Explosive Theory
  • Introduction to MRE & CL
  • Mine Risk Education in South Sudan
  • An introduction to LSA
  • Intro to ERW
  • EOD Terminology & Abbreviations
  • The Five Pillars to HMA
  • An introduction to Mortars
  • HMA Agencies
  • Classification of Explosives
  • HMA Standards
  • An introduction to Projectiles
  • Introduction to HMA Survey
  • A Demining Task Site Layout
  • An introduction to Rockets
  • Characteristic of Explosives
  • Understanding Explosives
  • An introduction to Grenades
  • Introduction to Minefield Mapping
  • An introduction to Landmines
  • The LSA Main Groups
  • The IED Component Parts
  • Introduction to Non Technical Survey (NTS)
  • Land Release
  • IED Methods of Attack
  • Ground Sign Awareness
  • Threat Indicators
  • Threat Assessment
  • VPs and VAs
  • Route Checks
  • IED Immediate Response
  • IED Controlled Response
  • The IED Response Basics
  • EORE - Test
  • EORE - Survey
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: 1 year