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ASG DOEHRS Workshops Train Customers to use DOEHRS as a Management Tool and Not Just a Data Repository

“Wow, I didn’t know DOEHRS could do that” is the feedback received by Alliance Solutions Group, Inc. (ASG) during every Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System (DOEHRS) workshop held in 2014. ASG was selected by a Department of Defense Command-level organization to provide comprehensive DOEHRS training and support to all command installations.

Alliance Solutions Group Opens Sister Company in Dubai, UAE

Amanah Solutions, the newest member of the Alliance Solutions Group (ASG) family of companies, officially opened doors to its new home in Dubai on February 10th. Amanah Solutions will exclusively serve the Gulf Cooperation Council region with world-class health, safety, environment and emergency management services.

ASG Trains Emergency Responders for Hazmat and Natural Disasters

Jessica Feil of Alliance Solutions Group (left) holds up an air particle sensor so that a Tech. Sgt. from the 436th Civil Engineer Squadron, can read the screen during a simulated contamination exercise at Dover Air Force Base, Del., The Tech Sgt uses his hand to wipe away fog on the inside of his hazardous material suit.

ASG Utilizes Social Media to Train Emergency Responders

Social media and collaborative technologies have become critical components of emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. From hurricanes to chemical releases and plant explosions, many emergency responders are turning to social media technologies to gain and share information and connect with citizens during all phases of a crisis.

ASG Trains and Evaluates Travis AFB CBRN Responders

ASG recently conducted a CBRN focused Integrated Base Emergency Response Capability Training (IBERCT) event at Travis AFB, CA with first responders. During the IBERCT, Airmen increased their capabilities by learning and conducting CBRN focused vulnerability assessments, participating in first responder training, applying countermeasure and defense applications, utilizing appropriate personal protective equipment, and demonstrating proficiency with CBRN identification and analytical equipment and methodologies.

ASG Supports the Langley CBRN Responders

During the month of May 2013, ASG supported the Air Combat Commands Integrated Base Emergency Response Capability Training (IBERCT) with the Bioenvironmental Engineers at Langley AFB.

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CBRN Training at Holloman AFB

Holloman AFB, NM increases CBRN response capabilities through ASG's Integrated Base Emergency Response Capability Training (IBERCT). Video courtesy of the 49th Public Affairs office: Video

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ASG Participates in VEDP Trade Mission to the U.A.E.

In February 2013, ASG utilized resources offered by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership to explore new markets in the U.A.E. ASG's participation is highlighted in the 2013 Hampton Roads Maritime & International Trade Guide: "Ready to go overseas"

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Integrated Base Response Training at Nellis AFB

99th Bioenvironmental Engineers and first responders increase their readiness for a CBRN event with ASG support.

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CBRNE/Mass Casualty Incident Capabilities Assessment with Central Virginia Urban Areas Security Initiative

ASG was awarded a contract with the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to support the Central Virginia Urban Areas Security Initiative (CVUASI) Urban Area Working Group to conduct a CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and high yield Explosive) and Mass Casualty capabilities training, and exercise needs assessment of the CVUASI localities.