Squad 13 received federal money from the Department of Transportation's 2010 HMEP (Hazardous Material Emergency Preparedness) Grant to provide members with three (3) 2-day classes on advanced air monitoring and incident assessments.
|Personnel mitigating an emergency involving compressed cylinders.|
The program was developed to provide personnel with key training opportunities that covered a full gamut of various incidents they are required to respond to. Included, were topics such as; Transportation Emergencies, Clandestine Drug Labs, Terrorism, Radiation Emergencies and Large scale Hazardous Material Releases.
|Motor Vehicle Crash involving the transportation of radioactive waste|
Members of the Squad Company, along with personnel from other departments that are involved with the Camden County Haz Mat Task Force, were given training in both a classroom setting providing topics on theory and table top scenarios and a practical hands-on setting using actual hazardous materials.
|A "cooking" process at a mocked up Clandestine Drug Lab.|