Alastair Torrance, ISEE Board of Directors President, discusses the new ISEE webinar series called ISEE Webinar Series: Blasters Training 2020, which kicks off Friday, Sept. 25. Visit www.isee.org/isee-webinar-series to register.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) cordially invites you to the Explosives Industry Webinar from 9 - 5 p.m. Sept. 9, 2020.

Join officials from the Director’s office, the Office of Enforcement Programs and Services, the Office of Field Operations, the Federal Explosives Licensing Center, the Firearms and Explosives Industry Division, and the Explosives Industry Programs Branch as they discuss such topics as:

  • Federal Explosive Licensee Inspections and Renewals
  • IMESAFR Variances
  • Underground Storage
  • Fireworks/Pyrotechnics
  • Updates to ATF Form 5400.5, Report of Theft/Loss – Explosives
  • Employee Possessor processing

You can join the meeting using your computer, mobile device, phone, or video system by clicking this link: https://atf.webex.com/atf/e.php?MTID=m3d56bada0c5cf93ab9c18fe92d7d296b

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ISEE Webinar Series: Blasters Training 2020
Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia have now approved Blasters Training 2020 - Webinar 1, bringing the total to 13 states that have accepted ISEE's webinar series.

The first installment of this new series called Blasters Training 2020 – Webinar 1 kicks off at noon eastern time Friday, Sept. 25. A live question and answer session and a series of short quizzes will follow each presentation. Attendees seeking credit hours must score 75 percent or better to earn a training certificate.

The webinar is $100 and will air at two different times and dates from noon - 4:30 p.m. eastern time Friday, Sept. 25, 2020, and again from 5 - 9:30 p.m. eastern time Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020.

Full List of States That Have Approved This Webinar
Alabama, Colorado, Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Ohio Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Wyoming and West Virginia have all approved ISEE Blasters Training 2020 - Webinar 1. ISEE continues to seek approval in other states. Visit the webinar page for the most current list of approved states. If you don't see your state listed, please contact your state representative to inquire how your state can approve ISEE webinars.

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The cancellations of most industry conferences and in-person training sessions have left many blasters and industry professionals unable to earn their much-needed refresher hours. ISEE has developed a four-part webinar series to fill this training void.

The first installment called ISEE Webinar Series: Blasters Training 2020 – Part 1 kicks off at noon eastern time Friday, Sept. 25. This four-hour webinar will cover blast design fundamentals; driller and blaster communications; explosive products; and flyrock prevention.

A live question and answer session and a series of short quizzes will follow each presentation. Attendees seeking credit hours must score 75 percent or better to earn a training certificate.

Alabama, Colorado, Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, Montana, Tennessee and Wyoming have already approved this webinar, and ISEE continues to seek approval in other states. Check ISEE’s website for an updated and complete list of state approval.

ISEE Webinar Series: Blaster Training 2020 – Part 1 is $100 and will air at two different times and dates. Click the link below for more information on topics, speakers and to register.

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For almost every product we use, explosives likely had a hand in making them available for us and our families. Oil for the energy we use, metal for the cars we drive and medicines we consume are all made possible because of explosives and 200 years of explosives innovations.

Learn about the history of explosives and the technical advancements that have made the ultimate power tool in the all new Explosives: The Power Tool movie available now for streaming or purchase.

Created by Institute of Makers of Explosives (IME) and the International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE) and sponsored by Nobel Insurance, this 56 minute video features seven chapters tackling explosives statistics; history; products; technology; careers; safety and security; and the environment.

The name Explosives: The Power Tool may sound familiar. First developed in 1969 and originally titled Tools for Progress, Explosives: The Power Tool was last revised in 2007. The original vision was eventually expanded and a new version launched in 2017. Many manufacturers, distributors, and users of explosives provided extraordinary access to their operations and personnel, allowing the viewer with an inside look at the commercial explosives industry.

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