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Douglas V. Gibbs on last night's Jack Marino: Warrior Filmmaker program on LA Talk Radio, and this morning's Fox & Friends alongside his lovely wife, Veronica Marte (real name: Virginia Gibbs, in case F&F was wondering); Pro-amnesty protesters are as imported as the illegals they exploit - and from the same "exporters"; Guess which Caliphate is formally allied with Mexican drug cartels?; On the matter of illegal immigration, we are effectively governed by criminals; and “Management’s more concerned about processing and getting rid of [illegals] as quickly as possible than looking at decontamination,” a Border Patrol agent says.
A massive CME from a Solar Flare X-1.2 made a direct hit on Earth causing an earthquake right on Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant of 5.0. Also the huge Solar Flare has caused the cancellation of the Orbital Sciences Rocket Launch that was going to the International Space Station. Also Jessie Waltman of BPEarthWatch will be calling into the program to give an update on the condition of the CME and it's impact on Earth. Also Japan has had a massive explosion at the Mitsubishi Materials Factory l
In his article, Stay Away From These Four Types of Toxic People: Choose the Company You Keep
, Guy Finley has two very profound statments. The first is "Those with whom we assemble, we soon resemble!" He also says "Who we are - our very essence - is continually being transformed by the company we keep."
How many times have you felt down and depressed after a conversation filled with negativity? How many dreams have you given up on because of someone toxic person feeding you with negati
Hydrogen Peroxide Fogging-Food Transport Disinfection System Hydrogen Peroxide Fogging-Food Transport Disinfection System with John Barton and AJ Barton of MED EFFECT, Inc. Med Effect, Inc. is a SERVICE RELATED DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS and comprehensive providers of infection and microorganism control platforms for infection control and prevention,decontamination procedures, biopharma Q/A-Q/C, biological safety, environmental hygiene, critical cleaning, micro cleaning, janitorial
This segment of Armed with Science highlights the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) roles and responsibilities for homeland security research in two key areas: protecting critical infrastructure (drinking water and waste water systems) and recovering from biological, chemical or radiological attacks following domestic incidents.Joining the program is Dr. Peter Jutro, Deputy Director for Science and Policy at the EPA's National Homeland Security Research Center. He will discuss how EPA’s research (in collaboration with the Defense Department, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Health and Human Services) provides scientific support to develop detection tools, establish procedures for containing contamination, measuring risks, and evaluating new and promising clean-up technologies and methods, including disposal methods in support of first responders.US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)EPA Homeland Security ResearchGreenversations: The EPA's Official BlogThe appearance of advertising on this Web site, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense, of the products or services advertised on this site.
“New Technologies in Disinfection of Food Production Surfaces” with Thomas Licker, BSES, Certified Environmental Infection Control Remediator, Division Manager, Infection Control Technologies.
Infection Control Technologies, (ICT) A Divison of Insurance Restoration Specialists, Inc. (IRS) is one of the nation’s leading Building Hygiene contractors performing high risk Mold Remediation, Trauma Scene Cleanup, Sewage Cleanup, and other high risk biological decontamination.
Infection Control Technologies is at the forefront of the fight against the transfer of disease causing pathogens from surfaces. Treatment with ICT systems and products can help stop infection and increase productivity and health.
The challenges food producers face with surface contamination, The New Technologies in Disinfection ICT offers, How the ICT solution compares to traditional methods, How the Food Safety Modernization Act will require higher standards for disinfection. Contact:
Thomas Licker, BSES, CEICR
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Food Safety Issues in Transportation: Interview with a Food Auditor, Roy E. Costa, President, Environ Health Associates.
The problem of food contamination is widespread.
The food industry shares a common responsibility to ensure the safety of food as it passes through each link in the supply chain.
The transportation sector linkages are essential, but they are previously unappreciated food safety-control points.
-Transportation and Food Safety
-HACCP-based Approach to Cleaning Food Transportation Vehicles
-Suggested Decontamination SSOP
-Certification of transportation units
For further information, contact:
Roy E Costa R.S., M.S.(M.B.A.)
Public Health Sanitarian and Consultant
Environ Health Associates, Inc.
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The Pentagon Force Protection Agency is testing their response procedures and decontamination methods in the event of a bio-attack on the Pentagon. Mr. Paul Benda and Dr. Christina Murata, Director and Deputy Director of the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives Directorate at the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA), will discuss a recent test that took place at the Pentagon, how they simulated a bio-attack using a commercial garden powder, and what they hope to learn from their findings. Over 200 individuals participated in the test, including over 100 volunteers who were exposed to the garden powder and washed down. Tests were also conducted in 2005 and 2007, and PFPA has drawn from lessons learned and developed an extremely effective testing program. The results from their tests will be able to help local and Federal first responders across the Nation prepare for and respond to a bio-attack.The appearance of advertising on this Web site, does not constitute endorsement by the (Department of Defense), of the products or services advertised on this site.
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U.S. Army Lt. Col. Robert Cunnif of U.S. Northern Command's Future Operations Division, Directorate of Operations, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. and Army Col. Lou Vogler of U.S. Army North's Future Operations Division, Directorate of Operations, Fort Sam Houston, Texas will discuss how the force will support civil authorities in responding to a catastrophic incident in the U.S.
The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosive (CBRNE) Consequence Management Response Force, or CCMRF, an initial entry response force, was assigned to U.S. Northern Command to aid its mission in homeland defense. The CCMRF team consists of about 4,700 joint personnel that would deploy as the Department of Defense's initial response force for a CBRNE incident and works in support of civil authorities to save lives, prevent human suffering and mitigate property damage in response to CBRNE incidents, commonly called CBRNE incidents. CCMRF capabilities include search and rescue, decontamination, medical, aviation, communications and logistical support. In recent weeks, there has been a great deal of confusion as to the mission of the force. It is not designed for civil disturbance and/or law-enforcement operations as was recently reported in the Army Times.