Training

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Written by Kevin Cresswell VIP Executive Protection (EP) teams  are vulnerable to attack through many ‘traditional’ approaches including violent encounters and explosives.  The Protection of VIP’s is not just concerned with visible threats but the use of less visible, potentially more life threatening threats: including chemical and biological materials and radiation challenges.  Information about CBRN […]
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Beginning with the end in mind is nothing new, nor is it an original idea. The information shared with me falls along similar lines; only this time, the event is viewed as a motion picture. Because everyone learns differently, and while I may share an analogy or idea in certain terms, it may not hit the mark with everyone. Whereas if someone else can share the same thought or idea differently, it may be better understood.
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Industrial Fire Familiarization: Flammable Liquid Firefighting One of the lesser touched on subjects of the firefighting world is that of flammable liquids, and techniques for extinguishment.  Today we will focus on the control and extinguishment of “Heavy” flammable liquids.  When I use the term “Heavy” I mean those of which that are longer chained hydrocarbons.  […]
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HazSim Customer Spotlight Hazmat Training Expert Casey Jones Ensuring hazmat students are engaged and learning requires breaking down material into digestible bites, fresh, realistic hands-on scenarios and verifying student understanding. Casey Jones is a 20-year emergency services veteran including 13 years with the Little Rock (Ark.) Fire Department. He is a lead hazmat instructor not […]