AMT developed a strategy of helping surgical nurses in Canadian hospitals to petition their management to install smoke evaculation systems (from AMT) across the country. Tapping into the fact surgical nurses work long shifts in the OR, and were exposed to toxic surgical smoke for up to 12-hours a shift, nastinurse.com provided needed facts and information to have the Head of Nursing petition for smoke evacuation. AMT hired a Nurse Clinician, Kay Ball as a Trainer to help OR nurses get accreditation training . The cross-Canada lunch and learn training sessions were instrumental in successfully having smoke evacuation systems install in Canada’s 256 hospitals. Bi-yearly trade shows focused on Nasti Nurse training at the national Nursing Shows in Canada.