The Joint CBRN Defence Centre of Excellence (JCBRN Defence COE) recently invited Hotzone Solutions to contribute to the latest ‘Introduction to the International CBRN Training Curriculum’ course held in Vyškov, Czech Republic, on 20-24 May.
Instructors from Hotzone Solutions lectured on the detection and decontamination learning outcomes in accordance with the Non-Binding Guidelines and Minimum Standards for First Responders.
In addition, command and control in a CBRN incident lecture was supported by the use of the Sphynx Incident Command Tool incorporated into a table top exercise.
The purpose of such training is to ensure that first responders across Nato members and partners have a common knowledge base and a minimum level of preparedness when responding to CBRN incidents.
In addition, Hotzone Solutions has been invited to lecture at future Nato CBRN CoE courses, which confirms the working relationship between the company and the JCBRN Defence COE.