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Industrial facilities around the world contain some of the most volatile and dangerous substances available, heightening the probability for a catastrophic event to occur. Moreover, industrial firefighting presents a unique set of challenges, including confined spaces and the unpredictability of explosive materials exposed to extreme heat. Because of these challenges, all emergency teams need proper training within a safe and effective environment.

ADMS provides the training needed to respond to industrial and petrochemical incidents while eliminating the risks involved with live training and reducing overall costs. The use of ADMS-Fire and ADMS-Command can be used to effectively training for any scenario within an industrial location. Utilize a real fire hose with branch featuring integrated sensor technology to accurately fight and contain hazardous situations. In addition to firefighting, trainees can navigate the facility utilizing wayfinding to bring the real life event into the training.

True Simulation
The signature technology in ADMS blends physics-based simulation, embedded artificial intelligence, accurate animations, photo-realistic graphics and ambient sounds to fully immerse trainees in the exercise. The physics based engine leads to dynamic behavior of liquids, gases and plumes. This emphasizes the importance of ventilation and situational awareness as the trainee would be required to respond as they would in real life. On the fly injects allow the facilitator to change the scenario on a whim by changing the placard on a tanker truck or oil drum to challenge the trainee’s knowledge.

ADMS Training Benefits:

  • Training for high risk situations that cannot be trained live
  • Reduce training costs
  • Interactive action-oriented learning for better and quicker learning
  • Lower overall training costs
  • Increase procedural knowledge and decision making
  • Highly realistic, open-ended simulation
  • Proven transfer of training experience to real-world

Training Objectives:

  • Practice and validate standard operating procedures
  • Proper firefighting techniques with an industrial building
  • Proper agent selection
  • Fighting oil fires
  • Handling of hazardous materials emergencies in a refinery, chemical or LNG plant
  • Recognition of placards
  • Avoid instances of boil over, slop over and froth over
  • Avoid instances of boiling liquid expanding vapor explosion (BLEVE)

Train For Incidents Including:

  • Leaking valves on pipeline or truck
  • Fuel pump leaks and subsequent fires
  • Broken pressure valves
  • Pipeline fires
  • Tanker truck leaks and fires
  • Fuel farm fires
  • Liquid surface fires
  • Gas leaks
  • Fuel pump fires
  • Interior fires