If you are responsible for emergency preparedness and readiness training at an industrial facility, a location with a nuclear reactor, CBRNe School or a dedicated military training centre, you understand the challenge you have when implementing large area training in a manner that is safe, environmentally friendly and cost effective.
You and your organization have a need to demonstrate proficiency; but how do you convince senior managers, officers and Government officials to invest in the capability to enable you to do so before an incident occurs or worse, the event of injured, or more regrettably, deceased personnel?
You need to train, evaluate and assess every response component from deployment of survey teams, their monitoring and communication skills through to hazard prediction and those with command responsibility – exercising decisions and processes that may one day carry profound consequences.
Spreading chemical simulants may be one option, but environmental regulations make it unlikely, and using radiological sources over large areas is unrealistic for all but highly specialised facilities, such as former nuclear test sites or historic reactor accidents. Apart from expense, such training is very location-dependent and cannot be readily integrated with conventional live training systems.
Using a modular, flexible and futureproof architecture, PlumeSIM enables you to instrument our compatible simulators, allowing your teams to experience, and you to ensure, effective response to simulated threats.
By simulating multiple types of radiation and chemical hazards within the same scenario, you can execute live training exercises while you monitor performance.
When you want to integrate CBRNe within your third party live training system, we can work with your program team and supplier to adapt our architecture to ensure compatibility.