British Air Purification Company Awarded Large Government Contract

As part of its commitment to the safe return to work for its employees, the Valuation Office Agency has implemented air purification in all of its offices to protect its staff. UK-based company MedicAir DentAir Ltd has been awarded a contract to supply the units to the VOA.

With the...

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Respirators being distributed to Russian troops?

In the last week there has been a lot of talk about whether Russian forces may use CW on the citizens of Ukraine to further their war effort. This has been discussed by manym with varying opinions. 

One thing that has been reported on however, is that Russian forces are distributing...

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches Rapid Environmental PCR Testing Solution That Detects In-Air SARS-CoV-2 Pathogens

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., today announced the launch of a new rapid environmental test to help in the fight against COVID-19. The Thermo Scientific Renvo Rapid PCR Test is the latest solution in the company’s in-air pathogen surveillance product portfolio. The Renvo Rapid PCR Test is performed on air samples collected using the company’s Thermo...

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HDIAC drone training course

HDIAC is pleased to host Drone Assessment and Response Tactics (DART) and Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program Development (UASPD) Training on April 4-5, 2022, at SURVICE Engineering in Belcamp, MD.

This training event is a 2-day course. Day 1 covers Drone Assessment and Response Tactics (DART), and Day 2 covers Unmanned...

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One to lie, and one to listen...

“Marge, it takes two to lie. One to lie, and one to listen.”

The Simpsons, Colonel Homer

Ukraine continues to find new levels of horror. The 9th of March saw Mariupol’s maternity hospital, and numerous other buildings destroyed by Russian missiles and shelling[1]. It also saw an increase in...

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On this day in Canadian History - Special discount

On this day in Canadian history, March 8, 1982, the British House of Commons passed the Canada Act, ending British legislative jurisdiction over Canada. Queen Elizabeth II signed the proclamation in Ottawa on April 17.

To get 20% off your CBRNe Convergence Canada registration fee, use code OTD080320

Tampered champers

The Dutch food safety body, NVWA, has issued a warning about three-litre bottles of Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial champagne following a second incident that has sickened people. It appears the bottles in question may be spiked with high doses of MDMA. 

In Germany, in mid-February, a group of people showed...

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On this day in Canadian History - Special discount

On this day in Canadian history, March 10, 1915, the Canadian Expeditionary Force takes part in the Battle of Neuve-Chapelle, during the First World War. This is the first real offensive in which Canadians participate. About 100 Canadians lose their lives in the engagement. 

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Final Chemical Weapons Destruction Campaign Begins in Pueblo

The Static Detonation Chamber (SDC) complex began operations at the U.S. Army Pueblo Chemical Depot (PCD) Feb. 19, 2022, marking the start of the final chemical weapons destruction campaign in Colorado. Three units will augment operations at the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) by destroying problematic munitions, including 4.2-inch mortar rounds containing...

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