Rigaku to Exhibit at the Florida Hazmat Training Symposium 2022
January 10, 2022 - The 2022 Florida Hazmat Symposium is back after cancelling the 2021 event due to the Covid pandemic. The Florida Hazardous Materials Training Symposium is a non-profit training organization which is made up of a variety of members that serve on the State Emergency Response Commission, Training Task Force, and as LEPC Chairs and Coordinators.
About the 2022 Florida Hazardous Materials Training Symposium
This year’s event is in its 9th year and will take place from January 18-21 at The Plaza Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach, FL USA. The event kicks off on the 18th with a Hazmat Team Competition that will focus on various areas including container evaluation, field hazard screening, product hazard analysis, PPE, leak control, and more.
The Florida Hazardous Materials Symposium will offer a variety of training courses that consists of classroom style presentations, seminars, and hands-on training. All Florida State Instructors and Inspectors will be eligible for CEUs for every course attended.
Dr. Christina Baxter is no stranger to the hazmat community. Dr. Baxter is the CEO of Emergency Response TIPS, LLC and a partner in Hazard3, offering hazmat/CBRNE guidance and education. Prior to this, Dr. Baxter was the CBRNE Program Manager for the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office for the U.S. Department of Defense. Dr. Baxter holds a Ph.D in Analytical Chemistry and has over 25 years of experience in the hazardous materials / CBRN response community.
The vendor showcase will be open throughout the event where attendees can check out the latest hazmat response equipment, and network with vendors. Attendees can expect to receive live demonstrations with the added benefit of speaking with vendors about current needs and trends of the hazmat community.
Rigaku Analytical Devices will be exhibiting at the Florida Hazmat Symposium
We will have a table at the showcase and will have the latest in handheld 1064 nm Raman technology on display. Attendees are welcome to visit with Sales Representative Hoyt Hughes to learn more about utilizing handheld Raman technology and procurement programs.
Integrating 1064 nm Raman handheld technology into a hazmat toolkit allows the user to identify unknown substances safely and accurately. With the ability to scan through packaging, the user is safe from exposure to potentially dangerous materials. Another benefit is that users now have the ability to identify colored or dirty substances as well – in under 1 minute – without fluorescence issues!
The Rigaku ResQ handheld analyzer is the original 1064 nm handheld Raman for chemical threat analysis and is approved as part of the U.S. DoD JPEO DR SKO Program.
The Rigaku ResQ CQL handheld analyzer provides fast chemical threat analysis – in a new tactical design. The ResQ CQL has the additional benefits of detecting trace or non-visible amounts of a substance with QuickDetect Technology.
Both the Rigaku ResQ and ResQ CQL handheld analyzers provide a lower cost of overall ownership by including
- FREE software upgrades,
- FREE library updates
- FREE access to 24/7 reachback support.
Contact Rigaku Analytical Devices
To learn more about how 1064 nm Raman technology can advance your CBRNE and hazmat response, please visit the Rigaku booth at the 2022 Florida Hazmat Symposium to receive a demonstration by Hoyt Hughes. Not able to attend? Contact us today to arrange a virtual or in-person meeting.