Oct, 2001
Guide for the Selection of Chemical and Biological Decontamination Equipment for Emergency First Responders: Volume I
National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
Fatah, Alim Ahmed; Barrett, John A.; Arcilesi, Richard D., Jr.; Ewing, Kenneth J.; Lattin, Charlotte H.; Helinski, Michael S.; Baig, Imran A.
The guides will focus on chemical and biological equipment in areas of detection, personal protection, decontamination, and communication. This document focuses specifically on chemical and biological decontamination equipment and was developed to assist the emergency first responder community in the evaluation and purchase of decontamination equipment. It should also be noted that the purpose of this guide is not to provide recommendations but rather to serve as a means to provide information to the reader to compare and contrast commercially available decontamination equipment.
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  • Authors
    Fatah, Alim Ahmed
    Barrett, John A.
    Arcilesi, Richard D., Jr.
    Ewing, Kenneth J.
    Lattin, Charlotte H.
    Helinski, Michael S.
    Baig, Imran A.
  • Publisher
    National Institute of Justice (U.S.)
  • Report Number
    NIJ Guide 103-00; NCJ 189724
  • Date
    Oct, 2001
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Resource Group
    LLIS Collection

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