Everything we do, and all of our services, start

Every Single Time

with what we call our

Number 1 Rule:


"If you don't know what you're getting into, how could you possibly know how to get out?"

We're Here to Help

HAZ-MATTERS Exposure Order of Priority:

"AVID"


AirAir is always the primary concern.  Without air, you have a 3-minute window at best

Vision:  Being visually impaired in a scene reduces your ability to act or react, or most importantly, get out.

Ignition:  Knowing when the environment around you is going to change from a toxicity concern to a flammability/explosion threat is critical

Dermal:  Skin contact is extremely serious but generally is considered the fourth concern



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