Hazmat 2020 – early bird price ends on 31 January

Hazmat 2020, the premier event for hazmat professionals, is a 2-day event organised by the National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) and will be held in Stratford-upon-Avon, UK on 13 and 14 May. It is an essential opportunity for you to…

Hazmat 2020 – reignite your passion for hazmat

Hazmat 2020, the premier event for hazmat professionals, is a 2-day event organised by the National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) and will be held in Stratford-upon-Avon, UK on 13 and 14 May. It is an essential opportunity for you to…

Fire fighting decontamination – long term leadership in occupational health

The modern world of firefighting is a constant game of “cat and mouse” as our domestic world undergoes constant change and improvement. New building materials are created all the time and construction techniques continually change. However as these materials and…

Cobalt Light Systems Launches RESOLVE – A New Handheld System for Through-Barrier Hazmat, Explosives and Narcotics ID

Cobalt Light Systems announces the launch of Resolve™, a new handheld system that identifies hazardous materials through sealed containers for applications in Hazmat incident management, military EOD, first response, search & law enforcement, and screening at ports & borders. Resolve uses Cobalt’s proprietary spatially…

Fire and Rescue NSW – Planning for the Future

The delivery of Fire, Rescue and Hazmat services in today’s complex operating environment presents significant challenges for leaders within Emergency Services. Improving today’s operational performance in addition to planning for the challenges and changes of the future requires a high…

Beetroot leak prompts emergency response to Melbourne Airport

There are a few red faces after a leaking beetroot tin was mistaken for an explosive device this morning. A delivery to a freighting company at Melbourne Airport on October 30th leaking reddish purple fluid prompted a swift response from…

The Right Response to CBRN and HazMat

The range of potential threats makes CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear) / HazMat (Hazardous Materials) response training a challenging business. However, electronic simulation equipment is making significant advances in effectiveness of exercises. In recent years, the work of the…

21st Century Decontamination Where Are We Going?

There are few things more uncomfortable and more dangerous than working in a HazMat suit in a HazMat Danger area. There are also few things more exhausting. To the public HazMat Operatives seem rather like tame Martians oddly human shaped…

Hazmat and CBRN training systems debut by Argon at Intershutz 2015

Visit Argon in Hall 12 stand D44 to learn how our simulators have helped organisations like yours transform their Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Hazardous material exercises and improve student learning outcomes. Argon’s training systems allow you to enact Table…

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