Join HazSim at Booth #321 at the International Hazardous Materials Response Teams Conference June 15-18
Team HazSim will be on site teaching classes and performing demos. Check in at Booth #321 or contact us and get on the demo list.
Join us at the Florida HazMat Symposium in Daytona Beach, January 17-20 and find great weather, great training, and great people!
We will be providing Hands on HazMat again this year as well as ‘The Gray Area – where rescue meets HazMat’ at what is expected to be another great conference in a beautiful location. Here are some pictures from last years conference. Looking forward to seeing everyone in the classroom, on the drill ground, or at the bar.
Find us on the drill ground, at the expo, in the classroom, or by the pool!
The Virginia Association of Hazardous Materials Response Specialists (VAHMRS) and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM), announce the 33rd annual Virginia Hazardous Materials Conference and Expo to be held September 13-16, 2016 at the Virginia Beach Convention Center and Sheraton Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel.
This conference will bring together emergency hazardous materials responders, provide training classes, and networking opportunities, and also showcases the latest in technology for hazmat response.
This is going to be an outstanding event at a beautiful location! Contact us or find our booth and get a demo of the HazSim system the Oregon HazMat Conference.
The HazSim Pro effectively enhances the learning experience in real time. HazSim does not use any hazardous substances or props which may be inadvertently left at the training venue. See our map below for an example of who else has chosen the HazSim system and conducts HazSim hands on hazmat training. Dangerous jobs require hands on interactive training, let HazSim help improve your training and provide the best training to your crew.
HazSim will also be at IAFC Baltimore HazMat Conference and Firehouse Expo Nashville for hands on hazmat training!
We want to remind you about FCSN’s Comedy vs. Cancer at FDIC 2016! The show’s on April 19, 2016, at the Indianapolis Downtown Marriott.
Travis Howze, former firefighter and police officer, Marine Corps veteran, and star of the international “Funny Under Fire” comedy tour, returns as headliner. Comic Devin Siebold will make his FDIC debut, with Chief Ron Kanterman back as host.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Your $20 donation includes food and non-alcoholic beverages with $3 draft beer at a cash bar. A limited number of premium tickets with preferred seating and a drink voucher are available for $50 each. Tickets are on sale now, so don’t wait!
Travis Howze played to a packed house at our FDIC show last year! Known as the military and emergency services voice of comedy, the topics of Travis’ humor range from being raised in South Carolina to married life and fatherhood to his time in uniform and much more. Whether dodging bullets, chasing bad guys, or running into burning buildings, Travis is always FUNNY UNDER FIRE!
Most women love tall, funny guys, and standing at 6’6″ Devin Siebold doesn’t disappoint. However, after working the past several years as a middle school/high school teacher, just don’t expect him to pick up the check on any date. His jokes center around his extensive past as a playboy and educator, and his ability to balance the two without going to jail in the process. Come to a show ready for smart, mostly clean humor, and leave ready to homeschool your child.
Get ready for a fun, funny, fast-paced evening – get your tickets now!
HazSim systems offer unlimited training scenarios with a fully customizable 4 gas, 5 gas, 6 gas, including WMD and radiation, custom alarms, custom language and much more. Our customers include first response units in the US and other countries, including Fire Marshals offices, fire authorities and fire departments. We are also being utilized at heavy industrial facilities, including oil and gas refineries, chemical plants, rail, transport, airports and shipping ports. Other front line emergency response agencies that apply our systems include but are not limited to FEMA, state EMA’s, Homeland Security, the US Military and many more.by