The conference is designed to facilitate presentation, discussion, and further collaboration on research and development focused on an all-hazards approach to cleaning up contaminated buildings (both interior and exterior), infrastructure, and other areas/materials. The conference continues to focus strongly on matters involving CBR threat agents, but also includes all hazard elements.
Collaborating with industry to highlight a one-team concept is a top priority for the Department of Defense. The Pentagon is committed to accelerating and adapting the traditional acquisition process to improve readiness and modernize the Joint Force. As the DOD modernizes the force, we are modernizing this conference. Anticipate in-depth discussions on the evolving threat, needed future capabilities, acquisition reform, and the future of Warfighter training.
The Nissan stadium, home to the Tennessee Titans, is going to be the home for CBRNe Convergence 2019. This is the 12th year we have run the event, and we have been to a range of amazing venues, but it will take a lot to beat the home ground in Music City! Three days of CBRNE excellence, with speakers from around the world, will be joined by the largest CBRNE exhibition in North America and a live demo done by Nashville responders.
An event designed for individuals tasked with preparing counter terrorism strategies for HVE. With speakers from around the world that have managed HVE and all elements examined, pre and post incident, Interdicting and disrupting attacks, minimising casualties and safeguarding evidence. Perfectly timed for preparation for the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship as this event is being hosted in 12 stadia across Europe.
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.