• anthrax
  • Quarantine periods can be very short, such as in the case of a suspected anthrax attack, in which persons are allowed to leave as soon as they shed their potentially contaminated garments and undergo a decontamination shower. (wikipedia.org)
  • For example, during suspected anthrax attacks in 1998 and 2001 in the United States, groups of people had to strip to their underwear in tents set up in parking lots and other public places for hosing down by fire departments. (wikipedia.org)
  • victims
  • Under these circumstances, mass decon can take on some features of mass arrests, with victims forcibly rounded up, then treated inside impromptu detention areas. (wikipedia.org)
  • The facility features pop up tents so that once soaped, the victims can file on either side of the rig (one gender on each side) to rinse in specially designed showers where they can remove all clothing, dry off, and receive replacement clothing or other suitable modesty garb (i.e., makeshift clothing such as bedsheets, tablecloths, or garbage bags with head and arm cutouts). (wikipedia.org)
  • officers
  • It was established on July 18, 1917 as a temporary training camp for National Guard units in federal service and consisted primarily of tents in a cantonment area for the 29,000 officers and enlisted men. (wikipedia.org)
  • large
  • Altapure has worked jointly for seven (7) years with Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS), formerly ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS), a top-tier global aerospace, defense, and information solutions company, to develop the patented ultrasonic subsystem of Altapure's aerosol generator that can produce and deliver a robust, dense cloud of sub-micron droplets, providing high-level disinfection or decontamination of large spaces, equipment and personnel. (altapure.com)
  • Some newer airports have a mobile facility that can generate decontamination foam in large quantities. (wikipedia.org)
  • structure
  • Firefighters entering the well house and working around the structure were sent to a decontamination tent where other firefighters scrubbed their turnout gear. (standardspeaker.com)
  • it comprises a transit isolator (a tent-like plastic structure provided with negative air pressure to prevent escape of airborne-contagious pathogens) and an appropriately configured supporting aircraft. (wikipedia.org)
  • facility
  • Until the 1890s the soldiers and horses were quartered in tents built by the first troops to use the facility each year. (wikipedia.org)