HazSim simulates all Gas, Chemical and Radioactive (CBRNE) environments. This hands-on, realistic, and interactive hazmat simulator experience increasing the effectiveness of your training for HazMat, USAR, Confined Space or anywhere portable detection devices would be used to monitor the environment.Read More
If you are still using outdated training methods that include the use of real meters as “props” along with written or verbal cues meant to represent device readings, it is time to see the HazSim difference.Read More
Make sure they know what to expect in an emergency situation. High risk occupations require hands on training and HazSim enables you to offer the most effective training available today.Read More
I use the HazSim to train students in proper air monitoring techniques. The HazSim lets me observe the students performing this task from a distance, so I do not influence their decisions. It is remarkable to see how students react to making their own decisions. The HazSim is a great training tool that I use for HazMat, Confined Space, Hot Work Permitting and general air monitoring technique scenarios.
One of the most common problems with training is creating scenarios with real time feedback. HAZSIM is the solution for providing real time feedback and it allows you to simulate scenarios as they would actually happen in the field. I highly recommend HAZSIM if you are looking for a way to engage your members in their training.
“Students in a hands-on class using HazSim said their training & overall learning experience was enhanced by having real readings from an instrument rather than by cue cards.”
“Excellent solution! Looking forward to using it in multiple scenarios.”
“I have worked for a major Southern California law enforcement agency for the past 21 years, 11 of which have been as a CBRN Hazardous Materials Specialist. I can think of at least half a dozen instruments my unit deploys that we can utilize HazSim to train with on a regular basis.”
“This instrument can make training as close to real as you can get!”
“We were spending a fortune on repairs to front line meters being damaged during drills!”