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USA: MxV Rail has restarted in-person training at its Security & Emergency Response Training Center, offering rail, road and industrial emergency responders realistic hands-on training in dealing with hazardous materials.

This follows the rebranding and relocation of the former TTCI business.

‘It’s great to have the training centre open again’, said SERTC Executive Director Forrest Wieder. ‘I’m proud of the SERTC staff and instructors, the updates we’ve made in course design, and the level of student engagement we’re seeing in these opening courses.’

One of the first 95 trainees said ‘having a mixed class of industrial firemen, municipal firemen and hazmat contractors contributed to great questions and discussions. The hands-on and personal experience of instructors integrates all the information we’re taught.’