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  • Do you know when to GO or NO GO?
    HazMatIQ can help you access the situation and respond in 2 minutes or less.
  • The right training for your entire team.
    HazMatIQ courses are brought to you and your team and can be customized to fit your needs.
  • The HazMatIQ charts simplifies your response.
    The HazMatIQ chart system helps cut down your team's response time for a faster, more effective response.

HazMatIQ is an international training company based in the United States that has trained thousands of emergency responders on how to respond safely and effectively to hazardous materials incidents.


Featured Courses

Above The Line - Below The Line
The Above The Line/Below The Line course instructs students to size-up (physical state, hazards, initial hot zone, correct meters and PPE) any chemical in minutes.
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First Responder Offensive
This course is designed for fire fighters, police, and all other first responders, not at the technician level, to determine whether or not the scene is safe for entry.
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Product / Equipment Picks

Multi Threat Suit
Multi Threat Suit
Blauer's HZ9420 Multi-Threat ensemble offers the highest level of protection in the Homeland Defender® line from liquid, vapor, and particulate forms of CBRN challenge agents. The HZ9420 is made of GORE® CHEMPAK® Ultra-barrier fabric and is certified to NFPA 1994 (2007 Ed.) Class 2 for protection against chemical warfare agents (CWAs) and toxic industrial chemicals (TICs) at concentrations at or above IDLH when worn with approved SCBA systems and footwear.
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HMIQ "Red One" Blog

The HMIQ "Red One" is our full featured blog. Tests, information, news, it's all here in "Red One".

Cheat Sheets are not Cheating (Part 1 of 3)
Hazmat/CBRNE response is a low frequency, high risk, extremely technical operation. We don’t respond to many hazmat or CBRNE calls, but when we do the slightest mistake can cost someone their life. That’s why we have to remember the nerdy stuff like the molecular weight of air is 29.
What are the time ranges for a typical polymerization?
Cris explains how there is no such thing as typical polymerization.
Responder Spotlight: Todd Smith and Jacksonville Fire & Rescue
You didn't join this profession to get praise or recognition, you became a responder to do the job & save lives. Well, we think that YOU deserve to be recognized for your daily sacrifice. Through HMIQ's, new campaign, Responders Spotlight we will spread the amazing stories of "every day" responders just "doing that they know best"... being a hero. This means we want to showcase YOU, the responder, YOUR Hazmat Team. We want to know your hazmat success stories, and ones that you have learned from. Nominate yourself, a fellow responder or a whole team. We will feature each month a different responder on the HMIQ Facebook and Twitter page. You will remain HMIQ Facebook picture for 1 month your story will be posted on our page and you will be sent a official HMIQ Challenge Coin & HMIQ t-shirt. Questions? Email hazmatguru@federalresources.com
Decon Principles & Considerations
One of the first priorities after a CBRNE incident is agent decontamination and containment. The speed and organization of the response team, the establishment of control around the incident site, and the timely application of decontaminant will be the keys to successfully managing the incident.
Door Chocks are Not Just for Fires
When your hazmat or CBRN team enters a building, do you chock the doors open?


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