Get to know more about Environics’ Naval CBRN Monitoring Solutions in this approximately 30-minute session. Featuring threat analysis, solution key benefits, standard system layout, measurement point location strategy, and system’s key components capabilities.
“CBRN threats can occur and be encountered in offshore, littoral, and harbour related activities, in peace and wartime missions respectively. Designing durable systems to the harsh conditions in which vessels operate in, while simultaneously maintaining the detection quality and capabilities to ensure mission continuance and completion is vital.”
This webinar is conducted by Application Manager Katja Kiukas. Mrs. Kiukas has over 15 years of CBRN application, business and technology oriented expertise.
This webinar was originally recorded on September 19th 2018.
Why is Naval CBRN Monitoring Necessary?
- CBRN agents can occur and be encoutered both in peace and wartime missions (offshore, littoral and harbour related activities)
- A CBRN attack / release can render the whole fleet uselss
Requirements for CBRN Defences in Naval Vessels
Effective CBRN defence comprises three distinct phases:
- Monitoring and detection to detect the presence of the threat and to identify it, both outside and inside the vessel.
- Protection of the ship and crew usign pressurised citadels and zones with gas-tight boundaries and airlocks. Protection is also achieved with the filtration of air drawn into the ship and enclosing machinery intakes and exhausts.
- Decontamination of spaces within the ship is achieved by using a suitable ventilation and filtration system. The decontamination of the ship itself is largely achieved using pre-wetting systems, but for the crew and equipment, cleansing stations can be used.