Environmental Protection Administration organized 2018 National Environment Accident Case Symposium on Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan at October 3rd 2018.
Since 1987, Environmental Protection Administration is responsible for comprehensive planning, air quality protection and noise control, water quality protection, waste management, environmental sanitation and toxic substance management, supervision evaluation and dispute resolution, environmental monitoring and information management for Taiwan.
In the context of Toxic Substance Management, 2018 National Environment Accident Case Symposium is the forum to present ultimate capabilities and State of the Art technology for First Responders and Hazmat Response teams in the management of Hazmat scenarios with chemical, radiological or biological agents.
2018 National Environment Accident Case Symposium was the forum chosen by Bright Future Homeland Security Co, a well-recognized leader in Taiwan for Emergency Response, Counterterrorism and CBRN solutions to present in collaboration with Hispano Vema ultimate CBRN Decontamination solutions in Taiwan market.
Richard Cho, CEO and founder of Bright Future Homeland Security Co , highlighted “…increasing threats of chemical or biological attacks at a global level, forced to Governments to be ready to face and manage this type of hazards…2018 National Environment Accident Case Symposium is a good example as Taiwan Government through Environmental Protection Administration work to ensure Taiwan has a proper basis on CBRN capabilities…”
Indeed, Bright Future Homeland Security presented during Symposium ultimate CBRN Decontamination Solutions from Hispano Vema for decontamination of people, vehicles, materials, ground and electronic equipment, based on Decontamination Apparatus, CBRN Rapid Deployment systems and Mass Decontamination Stations.
Innovative Hispano Vema CBRN Decontamination solutions enable Hazmat Response Teams and First Responders with required CBRN Decontamination Capabilities to face chemical, radiological and biological threats in urban areas, critical infrastructures or management of casualties in CBRN environment, which are hot topics in Defence and Security Policies around the world.
Participants in the Symposium: members of Toxic and Chemical Bureau, Hazmat Response Teams, First Responder units, etc highlighted versatility, efficiency and capacity of CBRN and Emergency Response Solutions presented by Bright Future Homeland Security and its Full Project Management approach with special emphasis on professional solutions and after sale service for Taiwan.
In summary, 2018 National Environment Accident Case Symposium was a great success being that Environment Protection Administration achieves its target of establishing the Symposium as the forum to present state of the art technology and innovation and share best practices among Emergency Response Industry and Hazmat Response Teams, Emergency Units and First Responder of Taiwan.