Well-prepared individuals know how to protect themselves and others when facing a RAD event or CBRNE attack.
Today’s firefighters, HAZMAT specialists, law enforcement officers, security teams, military personnel, and other emergency responders require frequent training to stay prepared.
FLIR Systems, Four-Time Winner of the 2016 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, including Top Honors for Best CBRNE Detection System, offers a new educational resource, FLIR PRIMED (Prepare, Recognize, Input, Monitor, Experience, Decision).
Your source for CBRNE best practices, field checklists, cutting-edge training, and street truth.
After watching episode 3 on the topic of radiation, one of FLIR PRIMED’s followers asked about FEMA’s RadResponder Network.
As a responder, sometimes the event you roll into is too complex and you need help.
This episode is all about “Calling out the Cavalry” for additional support and resources.
Watch episode 16 now for tips on getting help and a list of agencies you can contact at the federal, state, and local level.
Then download the “CBRNE Notifications Checklist” for even more resources!
(Courtesy of FLIR Systems and YouTube)
- “CBRNE Notifications Checklist,” and
- “Calling Out the Cavalry” – Must Have Resources for a CBRNE Event
- “First priorities and actions”
Early notification of response assets needed for a major CBRNE incident, whether intentional or accidental, is critical for successful incident management and to minimize the loss of life and property.
- Remember, meet and familiarize yourselves with these assets before an event.
- Invite them to join your scheduled demonstration and training events.
- And keep an updated contact list in a check-sheet format with you.
- Call SOONER rather than LATER.
– Grant Coffey and the FLIR CBRNE Detection Team
More on Radiation – Episode 3: RAD – Turn it On and Put it On
(Learn More about RAD. Radiation is not well understood. Grant covers the important safety basics you need to know. Courtesy of FLIR Primed & YouTube)
FLIR PRIMED is a CBRNE Training Video Series.
In this convenient, online education series, FLIR is leveraging their vast knowledge, expertise and connections to bring free educational videos to first responders online.
Each episode is accompanied by a field checklist or downloadable guide that you can use right now and explains overall concepts on how to stay prepared – To keep you, your team and the community Safe.
Hot Topics for Today’s Responders
FLIR PRIMED is a free, online tool that provides First Responders with best practices for HAZMAT accidents and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and/or Explosives (CBRNE) attacks.
FLIR PRIMED delivers best practices, industry insights, and real-life experiences that help you stay prepared.
Class is now in session.
(Meet Grant Coffey and Learn More. Courtesy of FLIR Systems and YouTube)
Whether the mission is preventive, reactive, or intelligence-driven, responders can stay prepared with FLIR PRIMED, a free source of cutting-edge insights with a focus on “street truth”, best practices, field checklists, and other CBRNE information.
FLIR PRIMED Named a Finalist in the 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program
The highlight of the 2017 AST Homeland Security Awards Program will be the ‘ASTORS’ Awards Presentation Luncheon at ISC East, in the Jacob Javits Exhibition Center from 12:00pm – 2:00pm.
The luncheon will take place immediately prior to the ISC East Keynote Session featuring Ray Kelly, Former Commissioner of the NYPD, from 2:00pm – 3:00pm, in room 1A29.
ISC East is the Northeast’s largest security industry event and your ‘ASTORS’ Awards Luncheon registration includes complimentary attendee access to the show.