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It continues with a look at types of hazards presented by chemical compounds and mixtures, organisms, and radiation sources. It covers approximately 63 portable technologies for field identification or characterization and examines general technological advantages and disadvantages relative to hazard identification.
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The final chapter presents strategies for use in identifying or characterizing suspected weapons of mass destruction, illegal drugs, explosive substances, biological hazards, and other hazardous materials. Each chapter includes extensive references and a comprehensive index. Providing a sweeping overview of hazards and emphasizing risk analysis and public safety, Emergency Characterization of Unknown Materials gives first responders an advantage they deserve. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Review quote " It is an excellent overview of the current technologies with an appropriate level of description.
The text certainly offers a good basis to train someone to perform these characterizations " If you respond to unidentified materials or have to characterize potential evidence in the field then this text offers the background,devices, and strategies to accomplish those objectives.
First responders, whether hazardous materials technicians, bomb disposal technicians, crime scene investigators, narcotics investigators, public health environmental specialists, or environmental protection specialists are most often not trained as chemists. Houghton's book examines field identification in terms that these technical, non-scientists can easily understand, and allow them to safely and efficiently apply these techniques in their incident response. Develops and manages subcontracting plans with aggressive utilization goals for all SB socioeconomic categories.
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