Protecting emergency responders from pathogens and hazardous materials

September 2017

Emergency Care

Country of origin: USA

This report provides guidelines for personal protective equipment (PPE) for emergency responders, focusing on modifications to PPE ensembles due to the duration of response and the need to prevent exposures to likely hazards from pathogens, airborne dusts, and gaseous hazardous materials.

The full document is available online to download.

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