This course is designed for experienced clan lab investigators, site safety officers, chemists, hazmat personnel, and other first responders to clandestine laboratories or high hazard scenes. In this intense three-day course you will learn about the types of high hazard scenes, production methods, toxicology, sampling, field testing instruments, and, most specifically, the use and requirements of wearing Level A personal protective equipment.
Students must have completed a Basic Clandestine Laboratory Safety training course and be currently certified as an OSHA qualified first responder. This includes having current medical clearance to wear respiratory protection and a Level A suit.
This course provides detailed coverage of:
- Fentanyl analogs (including carfentanil)
- Other High Hazard scenes
- Use of Level A PPE
- Maintenance of Level A PPE
- Level A site control
- Level A PPE decontamination
- Field instruments used to identify hazards:
- Air monitoring equipment
This course will have the participants suiting up in Level A personal protective equipment (PPE) and practicing processing a high hazard scene. Students will also learn the pressure testing and visual inspections requirements of the Level A PPE along with the necessary maintenance for the equipment.
Pricing for Level A Training
Students have the option to choose just the training or to receive the training plus equipment, which includes a DuPont Tychem 10000® Level A Suit and hazmat boots, for an additional fee. NES also offers the pressure test kit needed for maintaining the Level A suit. If you wish to purchase one or both of these add-ons, you will be given the option to do so in the shopping cart. Please register at least six weeks in advance if purchasing any add-ons (NOTE: refund of add-on purchases is not guaranteed in the case of class and/or enrollment cancellation).
Class only = $599.00
Class + Level A suit + boots = $1650.00
Pressure Test Kit (optional) = $1440.00
Students completing this course will receive a Level A completion of training certificate.
For more information on hosting or attending this class, please contact NES at (916) 353-2360 or (800) 637-2384.
1141 Sibley Street
Folsom, CA 95630