CBRNe Convergence Canada Day 2 DAY TWO April 17 9.00: EPA Homeland Security Research: Preparing for the Unanticipated: Greg Sayles, National Homeland Security Research Center, U.S. EPA. Audio 9.30: CBR Capability Transformation Through Innovation: Col. Michael Chua, Director Hazmat Dept, Singapore Civil Defence Force. Audio 10.00: A System-of-Systems Approach to BioDIM Capability Development: Susan Rowsell, Section Head, Bio Threat Defence Section, Suffield Research Centre. 10.30: Coffee & Exhibition 11.00: Hazmat/CBRNE Team Integration into HUSAR: Richard Kitchener, Hazardous Materials Team, Vancouver Fire & Rescue Service. 11:30: Toronto Emergency Services Capabilities in a CBRNE Response: Staff Sergeant Daniel Martin, Toronto Police Department. Audio 12.00: Working Together Towards a Better Response: Sgt Alain Hudon, Section de l’antiterrorisme et des mesures d’urgence Service du police de la Ville de Montreal. 12.30: Lunch & Exhibition 1.30: CBRN Forensics in Belgium: Katleen De Meulenaere, Adviseur, Technical Manager CBRN & Dirk von Rompaey, Belgian MOD. Audio 2.00: Applications of Portable GC/MS in Fire & Hazmat Response: Dr Ross Harper, FLIR. Audio 2.30: CNCFME: A Specific Organization for Operational Preparation: Colonel Marc Caudrillier, Directeur, CNCME, France. Audio 3.00: Innovative Decontamination for Sensitive Surfaces: Bill Guglielmo, ITL Solutions. 3.30: Coffee & Exhibition 4.00: NARU’s Role in the Response to the Salisbury Nerve Agent Attack & Lessons Learned: Nick Spence, NARU Compliance Advisor, National Ambulance Resilience Unit (UK). 4.30: The Science of Decon Fundamentals: Chris Hodge, SWA Decon Subject Matter Expert, First Line Technologies. Audio 5.00: Planning for Large Scale Security Events: Batallion Fire Chief Thomas W. Chenworth, District of Columbia Fire and EMS Department.