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  1. Hotzone Solutions
24 May 2011

Hotzone Solutions Launches New Training for Photographers and TV Crews

In its continuous effort to meet CBRN training needs, Hotzone Solutions (HZS) proudly introduces a unique training course for professional photographers and TV crews.

In fast-evolving and dangerous environments, where reporters’ safety and security are at stake as they work to fully accomplish their mission, ensuring safety while reporting events to the general public is a key priority.

The new course on ‘Special Hazards: Protection Course for Photographers and TV Crews’ aims at familiarising professional reporters with basic self-protection measures. For this training, HZS has developed a special curriculum to teach them how to work safely in potentially contaminated and hazardous areas.

Our course comprises of theory and practical training with harmless and inert chemicals, biological agents, and radioactive simulants. Further details on the course can be found in our training catalogue, available on our website.

On April 26 1996, the Chornobyl Centre (ChC) was established as a scientific and research institution, subordinated to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
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