* Radiation - Learn More About Radiation Health
- CDC has a key role in protecting the public's health in an emergency involving the release of radiation that could harm people's health. This site provides information to help people protect themselves during and after such an event. It also provides information for professionals involved in planning for and responding to this type of emergency. http://emergency.cdc.gov/
* Electric Vehicle Safety Training (A Project of the National Fire Protection Association.)
- "NFPA's Electric Vehicle Safety Training Project is a nationwide program to help firefighters and other first responders prepare for the growing number of electric vehicles on the road in the United States. NFPA is collecting safety information from hybrid and electric vehicle manufacturers. To access these articles and documents, please visit our manufacturer webpages for Chevrolet, Nissan and Ford." "Reproduced from the Electric Vehicle Safety Training project, (c) NFPA 2011. www.evsafetytraining.org/resources.aspx
"Chemical Assisted Suicide: Responder Information"
- "Problem: There is no longer a routine call. Recognize that every response is unique and treat as such. Always wear proper PPE and SCBA." The National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center.
* Rapid Access Mass Decon Recommended Procedures Using Fire Fighting Resources
* Hazmat Hydrogen Safety for First Responders
- A web based course that provides an "awareness level" overview of hydrogen for fire, law enforcement, and emergency medical personnel.
* Ethanol - Response Considerations
- For information about programs brought to you from the National Hazardous Materials Fusion Center, the IAFC and the DOT Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) click the heading link above.
2008 Emergency Response Guide ERG Video file size 9MB
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Inter-active HazMat Evaluation Games and Quiz
* Hydrogen Cyanide in Fire Operations
Firefighter Near Miss-CNG Vehicle Explosion file size 6MB
- (The Department of Fire Services credits the Seattle Fire Department, Battalion Chief R.R. Hansen, and www.firefighternearmiss.com for their investigative and informational contributions to firefighter safety and education. )
Ethanol for Traffic Incident Managers file size 5MB
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