The Hazmat Conference is a four-day event offers hands-on training to provide immediate, practical and valuable information designed to ensure attendees have the information and tools to successfully meet the demands of hazmat response in today's challenging environment. Topics include: Biothreat response, Incident management, Chemical and physical properties of hazardous materials and Recognizing and responding to explosive incidents. Visit us in Booth #318.
IABTI (International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators) International In-Service Training & Expo brings together professionals working in the areas of anti-terrorism, explosives disposal, and explosives/post-blast investigation for hands-on training and educational opportunities. Attendees will hear about latest developments and trends, learn during explosives-related workshops and presentations, and get their hands on the latest technologies. Visit us in Booth #7.
CBRN Defense Conference & Exhibition provides Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense professionals the opportunity to connect with colleagues and leaders in the industry for learning and business opportunities. The event will spotlight emerging CBRN defense national/international technologies, medical solutions and advanced development and manufacturing needs, and promising research and development opportunities. Visit us in Booth #512.
The Global Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Symposium & Exhibition examines innovations in training and technology for the international EOD, public safety bomb squad (PSBS) and UXO/demining community. This year’s theme is “Innovation for the Future”. EOD technicians in military uniform from all services’ operational units as well as program managers and resource sponsors from the Pentagon are expected to attend, as well as attendees and speakers/panelists from ATF, FBI and the DHS Office of Bombing Prevention. Visit us in Booth #301.
USBTA’s Eastern Robot Rodeo (ENRR) introduces active members of military and public safety bomb squads to new technologies and products and gives them the opportunity to work hands-on with them in operations. Participants are able to provide real-time feedback (i.e., as part of an Operational Evaluation) to event facilitators and sponsors. This multi- agency event provides an opportunity for participants to network with other bomb technicians and exchange information on tactics, techniques, and procedures.
CLIC (Clandestine Laboratory Investigating Chemists Association)’s Technical Training Seminar brings together experts, professionals and scientists to discuss problems and issues of common interest. The seminar offers the opportunity for attendees to learn more about recent developments and techniques and to get hands-on experience with new technologies.
FACSS (Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies)’s SciX 2019 is the premiere meeting for analytical chemistry and allied sciences. Members of the research and industry community come together at this annual event to share knowledge on the latest developments in analytical chemistry, instrumentation and applications. Visit us in Booth #620.
CBRNe Convergence USA’s pre-congress workshop “Threat led discrete assessment leading to positive prosecutions' offered by Gareth Roberts and Hugh Williams-Jones will offer both a classroom and a hands-on element at an off-site EOD training center. The conference itself will feature speakers from around the world as well as the largest CBRNE exhibition in North America and a live demo done by Nashville responders. Visit us in Booth #113.
At USBTA’s Top Bomb Technical Critical Skills Challenge, Military and civilian bomb technicians test individual critical skills against other competitors, using a variety of tools and equipment provided by USBTA’s industry partners. This competition focuses on the individual knowledge, skills, and abilities that all bomb technicians need to be recognized as an individual at the top of their field. Technicians will also have an opportunity to see and use a variety of new tools and technologies supplied by vendors and provide feedback on that equipment.