Understand the response role of E Squadron (Explosive Ordinance Disposal)
Maximum participants: 30
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Cost and Conditions
$30 per participant - this includes lunch.
Travel and accommodation costs must be met by attendees.
Because of the limited number of places available, you acknowledge, that by registering for this event, you will be liable for the $30 registration cost.
The equipment that will be shown at this Field Day holds a security classification - no photography will be permitted.
Uniform: Smart casual
E Squadron (EOD) was first established in June 2010, with the mission to provide a permanent domestic Chemical Biological Radiological Explosive (CBRNE), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) response at an Operational Level of Capability (OLOC) at all times to effectively achieve its directed government outputs.
The role of E Squadron (EOD) is to securely and safely dispose of conventional and improvised explosive hazards and commercial munitions and explosives in support of the NZ Police and NZDF, both Domestically and Deployed.
- Overview of the domestic role and the overseas operational role
- EOD capabilities – Common Munitions Disposal, IEDD, CBRNE, Civilian Ammunition Inspector, Special Forces Operations
- Awareness of how EOD (E Sqn) can support NZFS outputs at HAZMAT incidents
- Static display and explanation of equipment capability:
- Specialist Diagnostic Equipment – HAZMAT ID Elite, First Defender, etc.
- Render safe
45 Harvard Ave, Wigram, Christchurch 8140
13:30 Conclusion and lunch