Category: HazMat Response

DQE Shower used in Birmingham’s Shaken Fury Exercise hosted by FEMA

The Shaken Fury Exercise focused on a simulated major earthquake in Memphis, Tennessee that will impact middle America including the state of Alabama. The exercise was designed to test communications, situational awareness systems and networks; simulate coordinated responses during structural damage and life-threatening mass casualty incidents; and coordinate responses to a HAZMAT incident caused by the earthquake.

    HazMat Responders Setting up DQE Decon Shower

    Stop Tanker Truck Leaks Fast with the DQE Adjustable Dome Clamp

    When a MC 306 and DOT 406 tanker truck carrying hazardous chemicals is involved in an accident and rolls over, the danger of chemicals leaking from the dome lids is high. A dome clamp is used to prevent leakage and hold down the dome lid, but changes to dome designs have made existing dome clamps… Read more »