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SERVICES

Whether your objective is to prevent or mitigate an incident, we've got you covered. 

If you have a specific hazmat related service or training requirement but it's not listed below, contact us for a consultation. 

 
 

EMERGENCY SCENE CONSULTING

  •  Bringing technical expertise and accredited credentials to an incident.

  • Assist Incident Command.

  • Document Hazmat offensive and defensive operations. These include responder credentials, responder competencies on air monitoring devices, onsite response equipment, scene PPE, SOG/SOP’s are on site.

  • Help all agencies work together to keep the scene as safe as possible, minimize the incident termination time, and not create unnecessary damage to assets or the environment.

  • We can handle all nine classes of TDG, including specialized class 7 response and handling.

NON-EMERGENCY SCENE CONSULTING

  •  Bringing technical expertise and accredited credentials to an incident.

  • Assist Incident Command.

  • Document Hazmat offensive and defensive operations, these include responder credentials, responder competencies on air monitoring devices, on-site response equipment, scene PPE, SOG/SOP’s are on site.

  • Help all agencies work together to keep the site as safe as possible, minimize the incident conclusion time, and not cause any unnecessary damage to assets or the environment.

 

FIRE SERVICE CONSULTING & AUDITING

  •  Assist career and volunteer Fire Departments. Set up, maintain, or improve the level of Hazmat they currently provide or plan to provide.

  • Assist Fire Departments with basic or specialized response tools and equipment selection.

  • Help Fire Departments understand Hazmat Response Contractor Hazmat in relation to the Fire Service accredited NFPA 472.

  • Offering practical and advanced Hazmat courses.

  • Provide field and classroom Task and Drill exercises for department competency records.

  • Assist Fire Departments with the design and setting up of Basic Spill Response trailers to full-size Class 1 to 9 Hazmat Response Units.

INDUSTRY CONSULTING & AUDITING

  •  Assist Industrial Companies/Sites and Transportation Companies to set up, maintain, or improve the level of Hazmat they currently perform in-house or receive from Hazmat Response Contractors.

  • Audit Response Contractor or in-house Responder qualifications.

  • Audit Response Constractor or in-house response equipment and maintenance records.

  • Assist companies with environmental and transportation regulatory compliance.

  • Assist companies with the proper selection and use of spill supplies, equipment, and PPE.

  • Offering basic or specialized courses in spill response.

  • Provide field and classroom Task and Drill exercises for competency records.

  • Professional writing of Emergency Response Assistance Plans and Emergency Response Plans.

  • General Site Audits.

 

POST INCIDENT AUDITING

  • This service is to evaluate timelines, scene/site responder credentials, equipment used/needed, and response offensive-defensive strategies of the incident to ensure value, safety, and if applicable, that contractual obligations were met.

CLANDESTINE DRUG LABS

  • Hazmat SME for Fire and Police at manufacturing or abandoned locations.

  • Due to the sensitive nature of this work, any work history, references from Police, or technical information will need to be discussed in a controlled environment such as a Police, Fire, Government building, at a working incident site.

 

CHARTER FIXED WING OR ROTARY AIRCRAFT

  • When on scene time is critical due to an immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) situation, or environmental emergency we have access to charter aircraft. It has been proven many times over that these flight costs are minimal in comparison to extended on-scene arrival times at some incidents.

SPILL KITS

  • This service allows us to set up clients with the proper Spill Kit supplies for the needs they have, not wasting money and space on supplies that are of no value or not suited for the intended application. If you don't have a custom kit you have the wrong kit.

 

BASIC INDUSTRY SPILL RESPONSE TRAINING

  • This course is based on NFPA 472.

  • The course is approximately 8 hours long with a practical component.

  • The course covers basic legislative spill reporting, TDG, placards, SDS, identifying the hazards, grounding & bonding, damming, diking, diverting, spill response equipment, plugging and patching.

  • How to use the Emergency Response Guide Book.

  • Gives the student a basic understanding of what needs to be done at an incident, from reporting the spill to dealing with it safely.

PRACTICAL HAZMAT FOR THE FIRE SERVICE

  • This course is based on NFPA 472.

  • This is an 8-hour course which includes, classroom training, open discussion, relevant case studies, hands-on practical component.

  • This course was designed to keep both career and volunteer firefighters safe and healthy during Hazmat incidents. Its intent is not to meet NFPA 472 course requirements. This is a real-world, hands-on, in the trenches, down and dirty, use what tools you have, prioritizing, head on a swivel, firefighter approach to dealing with Hazmat incidents.

  • This course gives firefighters the years of experience and tricks of the trade, basic training on understanding chemical properties and how they relate to your incident, the real truth on UN numbers and TDG classes.

BASIC HAZMAT FOR POLICE EMERGENCIES

  • This course is based on basic identifiers such as placards, colours, UN numbers, container-trailer shapes and commodities, chemical properties, smoke colours, sounds, identifying potential hazards, manifest documents and storage location, for responding officers.

  • How to obtain valuable information from a safe distance.

  • How to use the Emergency Response Guide book.

  • Basic incident reporting legislation, in some provinces the Police must follow.

  • Staying safe, explaining the Fire Department and Hazmat Contractor levels of training and capabilities, dispelling the myths.

AMMONIA AND CHLORINE EMERGENCIES

  • This course is primarily for rural Municipal emergency first responders such as Fire, EMS, Police who may be required to attend a release of one or more of these chemicals at one of their local facilities. Be it the community pool, hockey arena, curling rink, hotel/motel, water treatment plant or anywhere else ammonia or chlorine is present.

  • This is approximately an 8-hour classroom course which includes the instructor's account of actual release events.

  • The course covers the physical properties of both Ammonia and Chlorine, NIOSH guidelines, first responder objectives based on equipment, resources, Municipal policies, exposures, evacuation/EOC, health concerns, PPE requirements and all first responder safety.