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Explosives and Toxics Clan Labs In-Person

Explosives & Toxics Clan Labs

3-Day Course

This advanced high-hazard course covers the assessment, identification, and hazards involved with clan labs where explosives or toxics are being produced. The course covers the use of household products and other materials utilized to make various deadly or reactive compounds. Students will be introduced to the different types of field instruments needed to properly assess these high-hazard labs.

Group discount pricing is available as follows:
3-5 participants: 5% discount
6-10 participants: 10% discount
11-15 participants: 15% discount
16-20 participants: 20% discount
21+ participants: contact NES at 1-800-NES-ADVISE (1-800-637-2384)

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Classes run from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily with a break for lunch and additional short breaks at the instructor’s discretion. Casual attire is recommended.

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Objective: Prepare students to recognize the common materials and understand the hazards of a potential explosives and/or toxics illicit hazardous environment (IHE)

Target Personnel: Law enforcement and any other personnel who are required to assess clandestine laboratories in which explosive or highly toxic compounds may be manufactured

Prerequisites: 32-Hour Clandestine Laboratory HAZWOPER Safety training; Site Safety Officer training (recommended); Advanced Clan Labs: Beyond the Basics training (recommended)

Overview: This advanced high-hazard course covers the assessment, identification, and hazards involved with clan labs where explosives or toxics are being produced. The course covers the use of household products and other materials utilized to make various deadly or reactive compounds. Students will be introduced to the different types of field instruments needed to properly assess these high-hazard labs.

Course Topics:

  • Pharmaceutical-based agents
  • Clan lab red flags
  • Toxic gas releases – chemical suicides
  • Synthesis of common explosives & toxics
  • Toxicology of the products & reagents
  • Assessment of the laboratory
  • Dispersal devices
  • Processing the scene
  • Site control
  • PPE
  • Field instruments used to assess explosives & toxics labs

Training Facility:

Folsom
NES, Inc.
1141 Sibley Street
Folsom, CA 95630

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