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MAHMT Conference 2017 Plymouth, MA - Booth # September 20-21 (September, 2017)
MAHMT Conference 2017 - Plymouth, MA - 9/20 - 9/21

HotZone Conference 2017 Houston, TX - Booth #304 October 20-21 (September, 2017)
HotZone Conference 2017 - Houston, TX - Booth #304 10/20-10/21

Continuing Challenge 2017 PEAC Training Class September 7 - 7am (September, 2017)
Sacramento, CA - PEAC class 9/7 7 a.m.

Continuing Challenge 2017 Sacramento, CA - Booth #5 September 6-7 (September, 2017)
Continuing Challenge 2017 - Sacramento, CA - Booth #5 9/6 - 9/7

End of year offers … (December, 2016)
End of year offers on renewals, additional licenses and training. Call us today to take advantage!

Happy Holidays! (December, 2016)
Our best wishes for you to have a wonderful Holiday Season.

Propane, LPG and Natural Gas Tech Brief (August, 2016)
This brief was prepared in response to multiple BLEVEs (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion) involving these substances reported around the country this summer. These substances are extremely common, but BLEVEs involving these substances can be extremely dangerous to responders and the public.

AristaTek's Tier II Submittal Portal featured on WDBJ7! (January, 2016)
ROANOKE Va. - The Regional Local Emergency Planning Committee is unveiling new software for reporting a business's hazardous materials inventory...

Hazards Associated with Crude Oil Spills (January, 2015)
According to the American Association of Railroads, there were 362,000 carloads of crude oil shipped in the first three quarters of 2014. This amount is twice that of the same time period only two short years ago in 2012. Several high-profile accidents in 2013 highlighted the inherent dangers this substance can present to communities.

Ammonium Nitrate Estimated Blast Effects and Best Handling Practices’ (September, 2014)
This brief on the blast effects of ammonium nitrate was prepared at the request of the Texas State Fire Marshal’s office to aid with their research on the tragedy that took place when a fertilizer plant containing ammonium nitrate exploded in West, Texas back in April of 2013 using our flagship software, PEAC-WMD.

Unthinkable - Radiological Dispersion Device using Cobalt 60 (June, 2014)
This brief was prepared in response to the theft of a truck transporting Cobalt 60 from a medical facility in Mexico in lat 2013.

AristaTek, Inc. Releases Written Brief on the Toxic Consequences Involving Burned Crude Oil. (January, 2014)
LARAMIE, Wyo. - Aristatek, Inc, a leading provider of hazardous materials planning and response solutions, has prepared a written brief detailing the consequences of toxins in smoke plumes from spilled crude oil in response to the numerous railcar disasters that have recently taken place in the United States and Canada. The company will make this brief available at no cost to Hazmat teams, fire departments/fire marshals, sheriffs, LEPC/EMA officials or any other public safety/health professionals to assist in their responsibility to protect their communities. The document is available to those that visit the Company’s web site at www.aristatek.com.

AristaTek, Inc. Releases Written Brief on the Blast Effects of Ammonium Nitrate to Texas State Fire Marshal and Texas State Lawmakers for West Texas Hearings (September, 2013)
LARAMIE, Wyo. - Aristatek, Inc, a leading provider of hazardous materials response solutions, prepared a written brief detailing the blast/explosive effects of ammonium nitrate which was presented and distributed to lawmakers during a hearing for the Texas House of Representatives Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee on August 26. The company has decided to make this same document available to fire departments/fire marshals, LEPC/EMA officials or any other public safety/health professionals that visit the Company’s web site at www.aristatek.com to assist in their responsibility to protect their communities.

Intrado and AristaTek Partner to Enhance Public Safety. (April, 2011)
"Intrado Inc., a leading provider of 9-1-1 technology solutions, today announced that it is teaming with AristaTek, Inc. to provide 9-1-1 centers with critical information that will enable first responders to better protect themselves, the public and property during hazmat and improvised explosive device (IED) incidents."

Decisions, Decisions. (December, 2010)
"...this author found it (PEAC-WMD) comprehensive and well executed. It is widely used across the US... tremendously useful in planning safe access routes for emergency responders and in planning sheltering-in-place areas and evacuation routes..." (http://www.cbrneworld.com/pdf/CBRNe-world-winter-2010.pdf)

U.S. Marines Begin Fleet-Wide Upgrade of Smiths Detection's Chemical Identifiers. (August, 2010)
"...The upgrade includes optimized mixture algorithms, larger substance libraries, chemical hazard classification for not-in-library substances, easy-to-connect Bluetooth wireless communications, and integrated PEAC-WMD software by AristaTek providing critical information management and decision support..."

Smiths Detection Launches Portable HazMatID 360 For Advanced Analysis of Unknown Chemicals. (May, 2010)
"... The HazMatID 360 offers a combination of new features to enable comprehensive data scrutiny and faster decision-making. These include optimized mixture algorithms, larger substance libraries, chemical hazard classification for not-in-library substances, easy-to-connect Bluetooth wireless communications, and integrated PEAC-WMD software by Aristatek providing critical information management and decision support. Previous generation HazMatID systems can be upgraded to leverage these new..."

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