Conference Agenda & Scheduling

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Session
INTRODUCTION TO NUCLEAR RADIATION    TU-J1   100747
Tuesday     10am to 12pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM SOUTH
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersCarl Palladino
ObjectiveThis session will provide participants with basic knowledge for safety responding to a radiological emergency.
DescriptionThis course will provide a brief overview of nuclear radiation basics, exposure health effects, protection methods, decontamination procedures, radiation instrumentation, and site investigation and emergency response protocols.
    
HAZMAT AND FIRE CODE VI: RISE OF THE PERMITS    TU-J2   100748
Tuesday     1pm to 2:30pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM SOUTH
Seating250 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersGrant Miner, Janice Van Mullem
ObjectiveParticipants will learn how Fire Code regulates hazardous materials, how it differs from other regulations, and how to recognize common violations.
DescriptionWhether you work with fire code or are just curious about it, we'll discuss how it regulates hazardous materials, how it differs from other regulations, and how to recognize common violations. New this year, there will be a discussion of fire code permits and how they can be used to increase hazmat safety, as well as tips for identifying the hazard class of materials encountered in the field. Well also analyze an actual incident or two.
    
COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDER IDENTIFICATION    TU-J3   100749
Tuesday     3pm to 5pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM SOUTH
Seating249 of 250 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersChris Reiner
ObjectiveStudents will learn tips and techniques for identifying unknown compressed gas cylinders.
DescriptionAn unidentified compressed gas cylinder can be an alarming find, but it doesnt have to be. This course will teach you how to read the clues a cylinder gives and enable you to identify whats inside, or at least what kind of hazard it presents. After the lecture, students will identify multiple mystery cylinders and leave with a better understanding of the risks and realities of compressed gases.
    
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEY PARK THE TRUCK DIRTY SIDE UP?    TH-J1   100750
Thursday     8am to 12pm
Room MARQUIS BALLROOM SOUTH
Seating500 of 500 seats available
CreditsNone
SpeakersNick Vent, Nicholas Crain, Lisa Mitchell
ObjectiveRecognition of various highway cargo tankers that could be encountered Understand initial FRO actions to take in the event of an accident
DescriptionFlammable liquids are transported daily throughout our communities. Accidents will occur and need to be handled safely to protect Life, the Environment and Property. The Responders need to understand the properties of these chemicals and how to properly respond to incidents. To do this a familiarity with Cargo tanker construction is required. This course will use a real DOT 406 tanker, review various other cargo tankers and review incidents
    
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