Training can mean the difference between life and death, particularly when it comes to hazardous materials. Conditions change quickly during fire and emergency hazmat operations. The Hazmat Trainer provides students with a foundational understanding of the overall hazardous material response disciplines. The unit applies elevated training objects at all levels including First Responder Operational (FRO), Technician and Hazardous Materials Specialist, the industries experts.
To ensure hazmat awareness, the Hazmat Trainer effectively assist responders in utilizing best practices associated with incident management during hazardous materials operations. Training objectives provide the ability to properly identify a hazmat incident and implement a risk reduction plan, prevent the substance from spreading, implement decontamination and termination procedures, and make the appropriate notifications. The Hazmat Trainer is designed for peace of mind in the hot zone.
This is an overview of specifications for the Mobile Hazmat Trainer utilized for training in response to hazardous chemical spills, leaks, and fires. The simulator training capabilities include, but not limited to:
- Features:Fireblast Global’s Hazmat Trainer is a mobile 48ft combination transport and training platform designed to provide a variety of hazardous material training scenarios commonly found in commercial and industrial application. The unit’s features include a variety of portable training devices, a fixed mounted railcar platform with multiple training domes and an outdoor classroom. The portable training units are removable from the transporter for training and can be incorporated to axillary training devices to create scenarios only imaginable.
- Training Scope:This portable Hazmat Trainer can be utilized at multiple training locations to assist in the certification of the Hazmat Technician Level which meets NFPA 472 along with 29 CFR 1910.120.
- Safety:This unit allows the future Hazmat Techs to train in a real world environment without having to worry about real world exposures. This unit utilizes water along with compressed air to help simulate actual emergencies which provides valuable training in a safe operating environment.