• biological
  • Dry decontamination is a method of decontaminating (or removing contaminants like chemicals, biological particles, or other liquids, gasses, or solids) that requires no water or other liquids. (wikipedia.org)
  • The DECPOL Emergency Decontamination mitt is a polyvalent device which incorporates superabsorbent material with active agents for the destruction of chemical and biological contamination.The mitt was developped ans is produced in Lyon (France) by Ouvry SAS. (wikipedia.org)
  • The UK Government Decontamination Service (sometimes written without the UK prefix or abbreviated to GDS) is an organisation within the UK Government that provides advice and guidance to help the UK resist and recover from any deliberate or accidental release of chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear materials (CBRN) or from major accidental releases of hazardous materials (HAZMAT). (wikipedia.org)
  • radioactive
  • Common features include: the ability to use extremely fine or coarse media with densities ranging from plastic to steel, the ability to use hot water and soap to allow simultaneous degreasing and blasting, elimination of dust-so silicacious materials can be used without worry, hazardous material or waste can be removed without danger-e.g., removal of asbestos, radioactive, or other poisonous products from components and structures leading to effective decontamination. (wikipedia.org)
  • high
  • Our gaseous systems provide the ability to achieve complete distribution and a thorough penetration of chlorine dioxide to each and every surface within your facility, including microscopic cracks and crevices to deliver an extremely high level of decontamination, something other agents such as vapors, mists, and fogs cannot promise. (biosafety.com.au)
  • Due to their high volatility, cyanide agents generally need no decontamination. (wikipedia.org)
  • SERVICES
  • Biosafety provides decontamination services for routine or single-time events and specializes in contamination prevention and response for new and existing facilities. (biosafety.com.au)
  • The CBRN Resilience Programme was established in October 2001, as part of the Government's Capability Programme, with the main aim of ensuring that, in the event of a terrorist attack, the response from both central and local government and the emergency services would be quick and effective enough to minimise the impact on people, property and the environment. (wikipedia.org)
  • They do not take responsibility for clean-up or decontamination themselves, rather making sure that those with the responsibility (local authorities, emergency services, other government bodies) have access to the specialist knowledge, skills and equipment they may need to carry out such work. (wikipedia.org)
  • provide
  • In March, 2004, the Government announced that it was actively considering setting up a UK-wide service to provide advice to those bodies undertaking decontamination and clean-up after a release, deliberate or accidental, of hazardous materials. (wikipedia.org)
  • whole
  • When first responders have the tools and support that they need to take care of themselves and manage stress, the team as a whole is more effective. (phe.gov)
  • found
  • As the industry shifted its focus to the remediation of chlorinated solvents, hydrogen peroxide was found to be effective in both the hydrocarbon industry and the chlorinated solvent industry. (wikipedia.org)