Federal Resources, a global supplier for military and first responder equipment, provides an in-depth, comprehensive learning experience for a variety of professionals and their organizations.
The difference? We incorporate valuable classroom time with hands-on training for the equipment you’d use in the field. Trainees can put their acquired knowledge to use and utilize the HazMatIQ Response System to adequately prepare responders on how to deal with threats involving hazardous materials both safely and effectively.
Additionally, Federal Resources provides educational opportunities including Hands-On Training, Integrated Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Equipment Training, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Training, and Tactical Training. Each training program is designed to be both intuitive and practical, structured in a way that makes concepts easy to grasp and retain.
HazMatIQ Classroom Training
The classroom portion of HazMatIQ training consists of 10 courses, each with a unique focus and objective. In these courses, students learn how to respond to a number of different threats and scenarios appropriately.
Hands-On Equipment and Field Training
Federal Resources Training offers a unique hands-on experience that allows professionals in training to put their knowledge to use. We make sure our customers know how to apply what they learned in the classroom to real-world scenarios and life-threatening situations.
Problem Solving Solutions
Federal Resources excels at developing solutions for the mission at hand, whether that is at home or in the field.
We support all branches of the United States military as well as local, state, federal, and international governmental institutions. Base networks are always growing to meet the needs of a world more connected with technology than ever.
One example of the work being done by Federal Resources in the fight against the drug trade in the United States. The Counter-Drug Training Team includes experienced law enforcement officers from federal, state, and local narcotics agencies; this group monitors the drug trade around the world to look for trends. The knowledge gleaned is built into the DrugIQ courses offered to ensure that trainees are learning the most up to date information to take back to their respective agencies. These courses are easy to use with complete usage guidelines that can be adapted to suit the agency’s needs.
Another example is the Army’s Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE) Response Force (DCRF). As the threat of these events grows around the world, Federal Resources trains and certifies many of the soldiers who may be called upon to respond to help save lives in an event involving these threats. With millions of lives at stake, an immediate response will be required. Federal Resources helps make sure those who respond will be ready and that the equipment they have to work with is the best and most reliable available. From the most advanced detection equipment available to respiratory protection to personal protective equipment, Federal Resources focuses on reliability as well as accuracy and precision.
Who Uses the HazMatIQ System?
New Month. New Call. New Threat. New Chemical of the Month.
We get called out for a call involving ammonia. You’re the first person there, and you’re ready to go in. But are you? The right gear and apparel may not be what you have. Todd Smith and Milton Painter dive deep into ammonia and tell us the correct response to this threat.
Follow along as we run the HazMatIQ system to find out how to assess the threat, determine the chemical, and respond properly.
OEM Certified Training Testimonials:
“The HazMatIQ training system is truly a game changer. The instructors are the best of the best! They go the extra mile to provide the best training possible.”
Monmouth County, NJ Fire & Rescue
“This is my second time in this class and it is an awesome course. I hope all first responders use this platform because it makes our jobs easier and safer. The instructors are entertaining, professional and extremely knowledgeable. I am much more comfortable after this course in being the confident guy during a response.”
Victor De Jesus,
Emergency Manager, Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support
“The instruction undoubtedly shows that you are clearly the subject matter experts and are able to easily teach and pass that information on to your students. My strongest commendations go out to the team.”
CW04 Gary Reed,
USMC, CBRN Officer