Is your team prepared to deal with a CBRN incident? Is your equipment tested under field conditions?
In order for a response to be effective it is vital that comprehensive planning and preparation takes place to coordinate efforts of all parties involved. The definition of roles of first responders varies greatly from one country to another, nevertheless the underlying principles and best-practice responses to a CBRN incident remain the same.
Early threat identification, choice and use of detection and protective equipment, agent containment and control followed by thorough decontamination, are the most crucial factors to address when dealing with CBRN incidents.
At Core CBRN International, we help you answer the difficult questions. We focus on delivering the core principles and best-practice approach so that delegates can apply and integrate their knowledge to develop an effective and proportionate response to a CBRN incident.