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RedR seeks participants for disaster relief challenge

International disaster relief charity RedR will be holding a Disaster Relief Challenge on 26 April where members of UK engineering firms will be able to put their physical, mental and technical skills to the test during a simulated disaster situation.
RedR members with actual field experience will be running the event, and believe it will be a very useful experience for participants as well an unique team-building.

Arup, Tony Gee & Partners and Mott MacDonald are just some of the many engineering firms already signed up for the event. Arup's Mark Tindale, who has previously participated in the challenge, commented: "The challenge simulates the sort of work that often needs to be done in the field and raises many of the issues that relief workers face".

To enter a four-man team for the challenge, companies must pay £500, which will go towards further training and skills development for RedR employees deployed in disaster zones.

For more information visit Companies are advise to get their applications in early to avoid disappointment.

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