ARAI-2PAM BARDA Procurement Award

On October 3, 2022,  Aktiv Pharma Group (Aktiv) announced a procurement contract award from the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), part of the Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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Avon Protection delivers 100,000th Mask to NSPA

In 2020, the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) awarded Avon Protection a 10-year contract to supply a complete CBRN personal respirator system. The framework contract enables NATO countries and partners to purchase Avon Protection’s market leading respirator system, including the FM50,

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Safeware and Hazard3 Webinar

Join Hazard3 and Safeware for an update on emerging threats and trends affecting the HazMat/CBRN community in 2022. This complimentary webinar will highlight threats and solutions that response teams should watch in 2022 ranging from domestic terrorism to technological hazards

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PAPR for Pets

Impertech has many years of experience in the design and manufacture of protective equipment for civilian emergencies. This includes CBRN protection for the whole family.

The CBRN pet protection tent is developed specially for the protection of household pets in times of threats of

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Execs accused of exporting bioweapon device to receive compensation

Originally published in Japan Today

Executives of a Japanese company indicted last year over illegal export of items capable of producing biological weapons will be compensated after the case against them was dropped, their lawyer said Thursday.

The Tokyo District Court awarded

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DTRA Awards Prime Contract to Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) has awarded Systems Planning and Analysis (SPA), Inc. a $185 million prime contract for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Subject Matter Expertise Advisory and Assistance Support. SPA's responsibilities in support of the Research and

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Lion Group MT94-R. Multi-Threat Ruggedized Protection

The Lion group have recently introduced to thier product range the MT94 Ruggedized. A reinforced version of the MT94, it offers the same protection against hazardous materials but uses more rugged fabrics for better fit, form and function. By using a lighter weight hood and torso fabric,

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DEVCOM CBC Helps DoD Ensure Carbon Supply

From DEVCOM CBC

A new qualifying standard for military grade carbon used in gas masks and protective filters has been developed by a partnership of experts in chemical and biological protection, eliminating U.S. reliance on a single source for this critical

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AEC Skyline and Milrem Robotics join forces

Dutch defence company AEC Skyline and Europe’s leading robotics and autonomous systems developer Milrem Robotics signed a Memorandum of Understanding last week to cooperate in the development of unmanned systems.

The MoU that was signed by Stef Have, director of AEC Skyline Holding and

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MRICD develops chemical exposure field diagnostic system

From APG News: 

Drawing from the technology used by diabetics to monitor their glucose levels, Dr. Shane Kasten at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense developed an ultra-portable, easy to use device to provide early warning of suspected exposure to a

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Virtual Summer Workshop on Pandemics and Global Health Security

COVID-19 has exposed just how unprepared governments, corporations, and societies are for a global pandemic. While the SARS-CoV-2 virus is only the most recent threat to global health security, it will certainly not be the last. Threats to global health security continue to evolve due to the

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Railroad inspector charged with falsifying Hazmat reports

A Federal Railroad Administration inspector in Texas has been charged with lying on official documents related to the transportation of hazardous materials.

Tremelle Sykes, 54, was indicted on eight counts of false statements, according to a Friday ...

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DHS awards Noblis $99 million contract to help protect nation from WMD

Noblis, a leading provider of science, technology and strategy services to the federal government, today announced it has received a five-year, $99 million prime contract from the Department of Homeland Security’s Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office (CWMD) to enhance the Nation’s

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Avon Protection Launch New Compact Respiratory Protection Solution

Avon Protection are pleased to announce the launch of the CH15, a revolutionary new, ultra-thin, single size portable escape hood that provides a minimum of 15 minutes of respiratory vision and facial protection against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear threats.

The last

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Explosion at Covid testing centre appears to be intentional

An explosion outsode of a Covid testing centre in Bovenkarspel, just outide Amsterdam, appears to have been intentionally carried out. 

According to reports the blast occurred at 6.55am before the centre opened and caused no injuries, windows were shattered and the metal remains of

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Hands-On Radiation Training Without Live Sources with Argon

In this case study from Argon, Ken Cochran, Radiological Specialist for the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) explains how the introduction of Argon's simulator-based technology enriched the agency’s hands-on training capability by enhancing the ability for

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