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- 12/19/08--07:19: _Recognize Risk Factors
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- 07/17/08--04:04: Standards, test procedures for CBRN respirators
- 05/09/12--03:21: New HAZMAT Training Available
- 08/28/07--05:42: Hydrogen sulfide gas dangers
- 09/13/07--05:50: Wildland urban interface hazards
- 02/21/08--08:24: Guidelines for responding to a radiation emergency
- 12/19/08--07:19: Recognize Risk Factors
- 01/07/15--05:18: Use the ERG with all intermodal container incidents
- 09/07/17--08:59: Hazmat basics: 10 straightforward answers for firefighter response
- 09/08/17--06:36: Paramedics, officers sue over chemical plant fire after Harvey
- 09/15/17--08:01: Firefighter safety after the flood waters recede
- 09/17/17--09:26: 4 US tourists attacked with acid in France
- 09/21/17--05:05: New plaintiffs added to suit over Houston chemical plant fire
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has developed performance appropriate standards and test procedures for all classes of respirators that will provide respiratory protection from chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agent inhalation hazards. These NIOSH CBRN respirator standards can be accessed at www.cdc.gov/niosh/npptl/standardsdev/cbrn/.In addition ...
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) announced today that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has adopted two additional NFPA standards for first responders: NFPA 472, Standard for Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents; and NFPA 473, Standard for Competencies for EMS Personnel Responding to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction ...
Wayne Allen, President of Euramco Safety, announced the ATEX Certification and said the company was pleased their RAMFAN line of Hazardous Location Blowers will bear the EX mark issued by UL, attesting to its compliance with International Hazardous Location Safety Standards.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the SAE International will be co-sponsoring the U.S. National Electric Vehicles Safety Standards Summit on October 19-20, 2010, at the Cobo Convention Center in Detroit, Michigan.
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Oil and gas production across the western United States has increased dramatically and can have an impact on fire suppression operations and expose fire personnel to health hazards. Many parts of the western United States also have natural occurring coal seams that can also produce potentially toxic gases as well. Fire personnel can be exposed to hydrogen sulfide gas (H²S). which is commonly expelled ...
Firefighters in the wildland urban interface may encounter hazards other than the fire itself, such as hazardous materials, utility lines and poor access.
There are times when a first responder must treat a patient who has been exposed to or present amid harmful radiation. To aid responders, the EPA has issued guidelines for responding to these emergencies...
Exposures occur in several forms and by several routes. Respiratory exposures occur because firefighters remove breathing apparatus without knowing airborne hazards exist...
When encountering a container such as this, use the Emergency Response Guidebook to help you deal with the container.
A measured, deliberate, intensive approach to identifying, training for and responding to a hazardous materials incident for the fire service
The suit alleges Arkema failed to properly store the estimated 18 tons of chemicals that burned or prepare for a major flood even though it was a foreseeable event
Proper PPE and cleaning measures are necessary to protect firefighters wading through chemicals, biological biohazards and disease-causing microorganisms
Two of the tourists were injured in the face in the attack in the city's main Saint Charles train station and one of them has a possible eye injury
Six more first responders joined the case, saying they've suffered from everything from burning eyes to bronchitis following the explosions