Alliance Solutions Group, Inc. (ASG) was selected to demonstrate the Hazmat response capabilities of the Argus Elite® Hazmat sUAS during the Port Security and Emergency Response pilot project in Hampton Roads, VA, on August 16, 2023. The flight demonstration was conducted at the York County Hazmat Training Center in Seaford, VA.
One of the most frequent questions that I am being asked is, how are you employing AI?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to change the way we work, hire, and deliver service, but after examining AI, ASG has identified several ways in which we will and will not employ AI. At the center of our decision-making are ASG’s commitment to exceptional customer service, innovation, and cyber security.
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany – U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to the 86th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron, the 86th and 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and the 786th Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management flight, participated in exercise Radiant Falcon to acquire and hone proficiency in radiological contamination detection and decontamination safety techniques March 16, 2023, at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.
FEMA Awards $1.5 million to Georgia Tech and Alliance Solutions Group to Develop National Climate Resilience Training
The grant supports the creation of curriculum and tools to empower disadvantaged communities and instill equity
ATLANTA — Global climate change is causing an increase in the frequency, severity, and persistence of destructive weather events. These events coupled with economic- and health-related crises have exacerbated disproportionate effects and inequitable outcomes for vulnerable populations.
In the wake of several significant hazardous materials incidents between 1984 and 1985, including the release of 40 tons of Methyl Isocyanate were released from a pesticide facility in Bhopa, India and a similar leak of Aldicarb Oxime and four other chemicals from a pesticide facility in Institute, WV, the U.S. Congress pass the Emergency Planning Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA). The main goals of this legislation were to require and support emergency planning for chemical releases and provide local government and citizens with information about hazardous substances.
JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS, Va -- Air Combat Command’s Office of the Surgeon General recently hosted a three-day post-nuclear training exercise in which Airmen from the 187th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 633rd Civil Engineering Squadron, 192nd Civil Engineering Squadron and the 633rd Operational Medical Readiness Squadron learned different facets of identifying radiological contamination, decontamination techniques and how to safely work with contaminated assets.
From Bob Campbell, CEO of Alliance Solutions Group, Inc.
A couple weeks ago, extreme weather wreaked havoc throughout the Midwest. Last week another cold front produced 100-mph winds in Kansas and Nebraska. Over the last two years, the world has suffered through the pandemic, experienced labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, civil unrest, and cyberattacks.
Give Yourself a Hand
The use of personal protective equipment (PPE) has been front and center as the current pandemic continues. It has become commonplace to see facial coverings and gloves used to prevent exposure to infectious diseases. But before the pandemic started, PPE played a key role in protecting the health and safety of our labor force.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has put the discussion of the uses and effectiveness of face coverings center stage. People that have never been required to wear face coverings, masks, or N-95s are now donning these devices with varying expectations regarding protection for themselves and others.
You’ve watched Olympians like Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad jump over hurdles and smash world records along the way. You smiled when Simone Biles got back on the beam and eloquently demonstrated the perfect balance. You sat in awe of Caeleb Dressel’s stellar execution of his races, which allowed him to bring home five gold medals. These athletes and many others are truly spectacular, yet none of it would have happened without the behind the scenes work and diligence of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).