Russian diplomat Vladimir Yermakov said Moscow and London will "propose to consider several ideas on further promotion of the concept of mobile biomedical teams."
The CBRNe Society’s official partnership with the Brazilian Armed Forces will bring together high-level decision-makers, experts and first responders in the field of CBRNe and EOD for an three-day conference and exhibition.
The event covers a wide range of aspects related to prevention from, protection against, and response to CBRN threats.
The audience for this incident management guidance document is first responders, emergency departments, and public health and health protection professionals.
This guide to clinical management and health protection in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) incidents has been written primarily for front line health care professionals in emergency departments, but may also be useful to health care professionals in other specialties, including primary care and public health, emergency planners, trainers, and emergency service personnel.
The printable cards help healthcare staff recognize symptoms of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incidents and emerging diseases.
The conference programme is planned by Gwyn Winfield, editor of CBRNe World magazine, who brings together expert speakers from around the globe, chosen for their insight and challenge, providing attendees with shortcuts to best practice. Streamed sessions allow you to choose presentations that best fit the needs of your organization and foster an understanding of how you can bring together civil and military forces in such fields as CBRN, EOD and hazmat to better prepare for current and future challenges.
The 6th Annual Joint Civil & DoD CBRN Symposium will provide a forum for members of the US Department of Defense (DoD), Federal Government, State and Local Government, Private Industry, Academia, and other CBRN stakeholders to discuss the latest updates from key organizations involved in advancing a Whole of Government approach to improving CBRN defense, readiness, response and recovery.
Developments in the technology sector that might enhance the chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threat include advancements in bioengineering, 3D printing, cyber-attacks, and drone technology.
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