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Name HazMat ID Class : ( _)
Description Generic event added to the course catalog to be used when scheduling Conferences, Divisional Trainings, Event, Exercise, Meeting, Seminar, or Workshop to effectively show this event on the calendar.
PreRequisite Hazmat Technician 
Target Audience Hazmat Technician 
Additional Information A one day Smith's Detection workshop designed to teach the importance of classification of materials by combining all data collected from meters, and colorimetric technology, during site survey, into final data analysis. This important step of classification provides end users confidence when utilizing IR and Raman, for identification. It provides the ability to review data on “Hit Lists”, and confidently determine which chemical names make sense when data has been manipulated with residual subtraction. The end users will learn proper sampling techniques, when handling complex liquid & powder mixtures. The handling, sampling, and analysis of mixtures is covered in detail to specifically address the Fentanyl Crisis. his workshop utilizes scenario based samples, providing specific examples that the library hit list alone, or the results of mixture analysis, may not provide Emergency Responders all of the information they need to make a Hotzone decision. 08:00am-4:00pm
Location Volusia County Fire Rescue Tng Facility
Address 3889 Tiger Bay Rd.,
Daytona Beach 32124
Region 5

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Date Wednesday, Feb 06, 2019 - Wednesday, Feb 06, 2019
Point of Contact Mark Reali
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