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Federal Resources to increase their footprint on the Hazmat training arena. Federal Resources is recognized for their ..... and educational tools into their existing CBRNE/ Hazmat training division. Founders of HazMatIQ Joe Gorman and Cris
Twenty seven Special Operations Team members from Ocala (FL) Fire Rescue spent the morning last week during one of Ocala’s coldest days conducting hazardous materials training.
In this free firefighter training vignette from the United States Fire Administration (USFA), students are asked able to compute the minimum emergency ventilation requirements for tanks operating at gauge pressures above 1 pound per square inch gauge pressure.
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Hazmat training company, HazMatIQ is launching a rapidly deployable, Stay Alive Five equipment Kit at the 2013 Hotzone Conference Oct. 17
fire service EMS provider may already have baseline hazmat training to the level of technician. He will already be familiar ..... in nonfire based departments may require additional hazmat training . Technician level training gives responders experience
Argon , in the CBRN and Hazmat training systems industry, has released another free white paper, this time offering tips for emergency services and first responders
Stevensville (MD) - Hazmat training company, HazMatIQ produces a S.A.F.e Kit that provides responders with five pieces of basic detection equipment required
to attend both of these training events. Firefighters received hands-on instruction in a BNSF locomotive and its hazmat training car; they were given training materials and DVDs with pertinent information. More importantly, they were given national