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Simulants vs Simulators

By Casey Latto • July 15, 2019

This article will explore essential questions to consider when deciding between Simulant Agent Training and Computer-Based Simulated Training.

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Industry leaders such as the International Association of Fire Fighters, Boston Fire Department, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and others are already training safer and smarter with hazardous environment simulation technology like the HazSim Pro 2.0 system. Hands-on, interactive learning.

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In 2018 HazSim welcomed Odessa College in Odessa, Texas to our growing list of teams training the HazSim way. Check them out in the news!

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HazSim eXp at HotZone!

By Ally • October 10, 2018

HazSim will be in Texas at The HotZone HazMat Conference 2018. We're attending October 18 – 21, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel near NRG – Medical Center in Houston, Texas.

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Training is an essential priority for any subject that we wish to become proficient in. The HAZMAT training field is no exception to this. However, due to serious and strenuous nature of HAZMAT response, it is important to safely execute training in a way that doesn’t damage our gear or our health.

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HAZWOPER - Different, Not Less

By Ryan Henry • September 10, 2018

HAZWOPER is the short for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. These individuals make sure all impacts have been investigated and mitigated. These companies and teams make our efforts really matter.

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General awareness of HAZMAT makes it clear to us that we classify hazardous materials into 9 separate classes. Often, we may find that some of the most basic concepts in emergency response are those that we should revisit from time to time, to make sure we stay proficient. This is no exception.

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From responding to incidents, to the weekly trainings, safety must be the #1 thing in the safety trainers’ minds when suiting up and heading out. Explore with us the most crucial points to take care while in the workplace.

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