What do you do when a gasoline tanker is leaking or even flipped over? What about liquid nitrogen tankers? That was the challenge that JPL FD Hazmat stepped up to this year and they knocked it out of the park! Thanks to Glendale Fire Hazmat for coming by to share some knowledge! Industrial Emergency Council comes to you and gives you our best that we can deliver! Be safe!
The Industrial Emergency Council (IEC) provided a Haz-Mat Specialist class in Oakland, CA. This class covers chemical identification, motor carriers and rail cars and special mitigation techniques (www.iectraining.org). We also used a cutting edge training tool called the HazSim! Real time readings with no chemicals (www.hazsim.com)!
The industrial Emergency Council (IEC) provided a Haz-Mat Technician class in Oakland for many Bay Area fire departments. It was a big and fun class! If you are interested in quality, hands on training check out the IEC at www.iectraining.org.
This is the applied chemistry week of a 4 week series to become a Hazmat Tech in Calif. We cover instrumentation, tech ref, Hazcat, chemical & physical properties, The students put all of this to work in table top scenarios. Advantage is that IEC comes to your location and your agency has no travel and hotel expenses! This was a fun class! To find out more go to the Industrial Emergency Council at www.iectraining.org This video is a little long but we have some great deoms during class! Check it out!
IEC Provided San Francisco Fire Department some Hazmat training on chemical suicides, THC extraction and we did a level "A" obstacle course. We also had the opportunity to use a cutting edge hazmat simulator for realistic training without the toxic or flammable gases HazSim.com
IEC provided training on drug labs and homemade explosives to the San Francisco Fire Department. We reviewed grow labs, meth, EX, emerging drugs and their similarity and differences with homemade explosive (HME) labs! Great crew of Hazmatters in SF!
Annual Haz-Mat training provided by the Industrial Emergency Council. This year we focused on CBRNE response and did a level "A" obstacle course. Over 80 Hazmat Tech/Specs!
The Industrial Emergency Council provided SFFD SFO with their annual Hazmat refresher. Stay safe out there!
This is the second week of a four week HazMat Tech Class. This week focuses on technical references, instrumentation, air monitoring, chemical identification and risk assessment. We also have a little fun along the way. If you need HazMat training contact the Industrial Emergency Council www.iectraining.org.
Demonstration of how empty containers can be more dangerous than full containers if the air to fuel mixture is correct.
LA County HazMat Tech! We had some fun in this class! Gourmet coffee and hazmat instuments! Also had some fun with methane bubbles and more....Come train with us!
IEC Hazmat Specialist Training. Classroom and hands on scenarios to simulate real life responses! Special thanks to ThermoScientific, RAE Systems and RKI for providing cutting edge technology instrumentation! www.iectraining.org.
The Specialist courses provide the highest level of training competency available for a Hazardous Materials Team member. IEC provides hands-on training for all Hazardous Materials courses. IEC utilizes the latest technology to simulate real gas detection without the real hazard! HazSim.com www.iectraining.org.
This class focused on the comparison of precursors for drug labs and explosive labs manufacturing! Thanks to the bomb squad for the powerful demonstration! The HME (Homemade explosives) can be extremely powerful! Respect the chemicals and work with small amounts. RAMAN IR is sensitive to this stuff, be careful!
Haz-Cat 2.0 training on the new system sponsored by the Industrial Emergency Council & Haztech Systems. Numerous agencies and environmental companies participated to identify unknown solids and liquids. ~100 students attended this 2 day class that had three sessions!
IEC Provided a Haz-Cat refresher training for Kern County FD, Bakersfield FD & Kern County Environmental Health. We reviewed the new Haz-Cat 2.0 and had a lot of fun along the way. Great group of Hazmatters!
This is a FREE CHMIA-sponsored training that’s open to all government employees. This class was recently presented in Bakersfield for over 70 first responders, law enforcement officers and regulators. The next training is tentatively scheduled for the Bay Area in Spring/Summer 2015. For questions about this training and/or if you’re interested in hosting this training in your area then please contact CHMIA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exploding pumpkins, training starter with oxygen and hydrogen gas.
Liquid Nitrogen -320F meets hot water 200F.
Liquid nitrogen explosion.
Demonstration how residual fuel in a container is more dangerous than full containers.
Demonstration of water reactive solid that generates hydrogen gas in slow motion, awesome!
San Diego Hazardous Incident Response Team conducted a study to determine the hazards associated with a chemical suicide called "Detergent Suicide." One of the main findings for responder safety is that it did not reach the lower explosive limit for hydrogen sulfide gas, no matter how much reactants we added up to a gallon each! This study was recently presented at the Hazmat Conference "The Continuing Challenge."
Exploring the dangers of BHO labs for a first responder safety training video.
This is Phase II of III. This segment concentrates on possible ignition sources. This study is focused on the awareness and safety of first responders!
4 Cans of butane reach 855F! Amazing....
San Diego County Hazmat tested some common ignition sources that would be found at a Butane Honey Oil Lab. This is phase II of III. If you get called out to a BHO lab SECURE THE UTILITIES! FIND THE OFF GASSING BHO AND RELOCATE TO A WELL VENTILATED AREA! BE SAFE!
This was intended to be a simulated butane extraction gone wrong. This is what can happen when you are extracting the THC and the butane finds an ignition source! BOOM!