HazMasterG3 is now delivering an exclusive HazMAT Quick Start capability, which will provide a best-practice playbook for assessing primary risks, health hazards, initial PPE guidance and meter recommendations. These are critical for first responders when they deploy to scenarios involving hazardous materials or other dangerous precursors. “Built off the concepts of the the HazMATIQ methodology the integration of Alluviam’s innovative HazMasterG3 platform with the revolutionary HazMatIQ training system will bring an enhanced capability to the response community that has not previously existed. The HazMasterG3 is a tool that should be in every responder’s toolbox alongside the HazMatIQ system” stated Chris Waier, Director of Training at Federal Resources.
With the ability to virtually mix chemicals to model mixture formulations and HazMasterG3’s new capability to automatically integrate readings from several Raman spectrometers, predicting what is being made in a clandestine lab has never been easier, saving hours of time and research over traditional methods. HazMasterG3’s extensive insights on home-made explosives (HME), improvised chemical warfare agents and narcotics, provide fast and easy “so what does that mean” guidance to responders—when and where they need it. From assessing improvised chemical warfare agents employed in Syria, identifying HME formulations from clandestine labs to providing emergency response guidance for Ebola, HazMasterG3 provides comprehensive decision support and proprietary tools unavailable in any other system.
Adopted by the US Military, NATO and other civilian and military agencies, HazMasterG3 puts state-of-the-art decision support in the hands of those that need it most, and only HazMasterG3 provides interoperable support on MS-Windows, web browsers, or as an app on Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.