Posted : Wednesday July 06, 2011
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» Detect chemical agents using M8 or M9 detector paper
Upon completion of this lesson, you will understand the procedures to detect chemical agents using M8 or M9 detector paper.
» Conduct Unmasking Procedures
» React to Nuclear Hazard/Attack
React to a nuclear hazard or attack without becoming a casualty of a nuclear attack with or without warning
» Protect Yourself from Chemical/Biological Contamination Using Your Assigned Protective Mask
Protect yourself from chemical or biological contamination using your assigned protective mask. Don, clear, and check your mask within 9 seconds.
» Nerve Agent Antidote Kit, MARK I
Holding, Hand Position and Injection..
» Identify requirements to supervise operational decontamination procedures
» Identify the requirements to supervise radiation monitoring procedures
Identify the steps to follow to conduct periodic and continuous monitoring.
» Submit NBC 1 Report
» Supervise employment of nuclear, biological, and chemical markers
Verify that the appropriate marker is selected. Verify that required information is recorded on the marker.
» React to Chemical or Biological Hazard/Attack
Conditions, Standards, Performance Steps
» Nerve Agents
All about different Nerve Agents
» Identify requirements to supervise crossing of a contaminated area
Terminal Learning Objectives