decontamination station

decontamination station

A building or location suitably equipped and organized where personnel and materiel are cleansed of chemical, biological, or radiological contaminants.
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Caption: Albanian soldiers process a casualty through the decontamination station.
Under previous agreements with the EPA, Battery Recycling improved existing employee changing areas, installed a decontamination station for vehicles entering and leaving facility processing areas, and trained employees to ensure that "clean" and "dirty" lockers and changing areas are kept separate and used in a way that minimizes contamination between the areas.
It has a deckhouse designed to contain the pilothouse, a multi-purpose cabin which contains an emergency command center, an emergency medical treatment center, a decontamination station, and fire-fighting equipment storage.
While Title 10 forces are prevented from performing law enforcement duties in accordance with the Posse Comitatus Act, the planning and operation of a mass decontamination station must address the need for crowd control and coordination for support from civilian law enforcement.
Decontamination teams are tasked to travel to the site of a chemical/biological attack and set up a decontamination station.
Electronic auction: delivery of the decontamination station mbe nominal daily production capacity up to 25 kg per active chlorine per day for the needs of the reconstruction of the vns 9th sovetskiy pereulok with the installation of a disinfection station
One decontamination platoon could be provided with multiple sets of emergency personnel decontamination station (EPDS) equipment, allowing support to multiple locations.
Once suited in the bulky gear, one team at a time made its way up the walk, past the scrub-down decontamination station and toward the building as a loud siren blared away.
The HRP initially established an emergency personnel decontamination station alongside the hasty ROK decontamination station.
The hazardous response platoon teams were then processed through the personnel decontamination station.
While the Posse Comitatus Act prevents Title 10 forces (6) from performing law enforcement duties, the planning and operation of a mass decontamination station must address the need for crowd control and coordination of civilian law enforcement support.
Individuals and units requiring decontamination reported to the personnel decontamination station where they were given a safety briefing that included the purpose for decontamination, how to minimize cross contamination while showering, and the type of decontamination solution being used.

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