Universal Detection Technology offers HAZMAT planning DVD

Published 16 November 2006

Known for its BSM-2000 spore detection system, UDT adds to its library of emergency planning resources

Readers who enjoy home learning will be glad to hear of a new offering by Beverly Hills, California-based Universal Detection Technology (UDTT). Best known for its bacterial spore detection system, the BSM-2000, UDTT has now made available a DVD detailing a systemic approach to HAZMAT planning. “Site Management and Control “covers procedures for establishing command and governs guidelines for safe positioning and how to establish hazard control zones,” said Jacques Tizabi, UDTT’s Chief Executive Officer. The DVD costs $275.

Other offerings from UDTT’s library include “HAZMAT/WMD Awareness,” “Terrorism: Biological Weapons,” “Terrorism: Chemical Weapons,” and “Detecting Weapons of Mass Destruction.”

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