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  1. Biological
  2. 8
  3. high
  4. the red phosphorous method

    the one pot "Shake and Bake" method

    the "Nazi" (anhydrous ammonia) method
  5. flammable liquids (and combustible liquids)
  6. gases
  7. chemical suicide incident.
  8. significant risk of secondary contamination, due to hazardous materials.
  9. moderate
  10. corrosive substances
  11. choking/chemical
  12. 4
  13. Ricin
  14. "low risk" and can help officers
  15. decontamination of a meth incident.
  16. protective clothing
  17. isolates/evacuate
  18. dead vegetation.
  19. ...
  20. four, name, number
  21. Evacuation
  22. small/large
  23. indicator that a meth lab exists.
  24. other (provides information on any special hazards of the material)
  25. flammable solids
  26. Public Safety
  27. 3
  28. rotten eggs or cat urine.
  29. Chemical
  30. any person exposed to a meth lab.
  31. meth
  32. the destruction of food crops.

    the death of animals.
  33. Mild
  34. MSDS
  35. oxidizers and organic peroxides
  36. needed resources

    emotional responses

    guide page to use

    any actions taken

    the amount of materials

    incident conditions

    materials involved

    safe approach information
  37. pseudoephedrine or ephedrine through a simple chemical process.
  38. methamphetamine manufacturing process.
  39. be evacuated.
  40. place you at an unacceptable risk for exposure.
  41. 1
  42. BLEVE
  43. bleach


    cold tablets

    coffee filters

    red-tipped matches

    camp stove fuels

    lithium batteries

    two-liter bottles

    drain cleaner

    brake fluid
  44. Smallpox
  45. chemical suicide are present.
  46. 5
  47. displayed in facilities where a hazardous substance is stored, manufactured, or used in the workplace.
  48. procedures for a hazmat response, including establishing a safe perimeter.
  49. evacuate
  50. soda bottle or as large as a warehouse.
  51. National Fire Protection Association
  52. contamination of water sources.
  53. reactivity
  54. 7
  55. identify a material's hazard classification.
  56. typically flammable, volatile chemicals under pressure or in the process of being heated.
  57. the materials to which they have been exposed

    signs and symptoms of overexposure

    who to contact if they notice signs or symptoms of exposure
  58. after-action analysis
  59. Biological
  60. extreme hazards when they are involved in or near a fire
  61. evaluation for decontamination by properly protected, qualified personnel.
  62. toxic materials and infectious substances
  63. ERG's
  64. Anthrax
  65. avoid inhaling fumes.

    avoid turning anything on or off.
  66. ricin
  67. health hazards
  68. four
  69. highest hazard.
  70. unknowingly become carriers and spread the agent before symptoms are present.
  71. flammability hazards
  72. home, vehicle, vessel, shed, motel, or other location.
  73. meth lab or suspected meth lab.
  74. ricin
  75. botulinum toxin
  76. explosives
  77. leave the premises immediately after evacuating the occupants.
  78. smallpox
  79. abandoned spray or dispersion devices

    unusual numbers of sick or dying people or animals

    an unusually high prevalence of respiratory involvement in diseases that typically cause a non-pulmonary syndrome

    abnormal swarms of insects

    written or verbal threats

    casualty distribution aligned with wind direction

    unscheduled or unusual spraying or fogging

    the appearance of containers from laboratory or biological supply houses or biohazard cultures

    unexplained damage and ruin to crops and agricultural products
  80. shipping papers, that list the contents of their shipment.
  81. miscellaneous dangerous goods
  82. notification
  83. Keep people away from the scene.

    Ensure that people are upwind and out of low-lying areas.

    Isolate the area without entering it.
  84. a vehicle's inside door handles removed

    a bag over the subject's head

    household cleaning or pesticide containers

    warning sign(s) taped to doors or windows

    tape or towels sealing a door or air vents

    yellow-green or white residue on vehicle seats, dashboard, or windows

    buckets for mixing chemicals

    unusual odors such as rotten eggs, sulfur, or burnt almonds

    an unresponsive or sleeping person in a vehicle

    pennies in the area tarnished with residue

    suicide note inside the vehicle
  85. radioactive substances
  86. 2
  87. incident critique
  88. spill's size, weather conditions, and time of day.
  89. action
  90. biological
  91. sent for medical evaluation.
  92. rapid onset of symptoms, which can be present within minutes or hours.
  93. booby-trapped.
  94. "high risk" and should never be used to
  95. 9
  96. 6
  97. decontamination of a meth incident.
  98. ERG
  99. chemical
  100. chemicals.
  101. nerve/chemical
  102. OSHA
  103. vary widely depending on the degree of the contamination.