|REFERENCES BY FIRST RESPONDER GUIDES/PROCEDURES:
Chemical, Biological, Radiological Incident Handbook, Director of Central Intelligence, Oct 1998
"Chemical Protective Clothing for Law Enforcement Patrol Officers and Emergency Medical Services when Responding to Terrorism with Chemical Weapons" November 1999. USASBCCOM
Chemical Weapons Improved Response Program Play Book: Guidelines for Responding to and Managing a Chemical Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorist Event. US Army SBCCOM.
CHRIS Manual (Chemical Hazards Response Information System), US Coast Guard
Emergency Response Guidebook (First ResponderÔs Guide for HAZMAT operations), DOT. 2000.
Emergency Response to Terrorism Job Aid, National Fire Academy
Field Operations Guide, Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance, USAID
Field Operating Guide, US Coast Guard
Firefighters. "Guidelines for Incident Commander's Use of Firefighter Protective Ensemble (FFPE) with Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for Rescue Operations During a Terrorist Chemical Agent Incident" August 1999. USASBCCOM
Guide for the Selection of Chemical Agent and Toxic Industrial Material Detection Equipment for Emergency First Responders June 2000. DOJ
Guidelines for Responding to a Chemical Weapons Incident. Domestic Preparedness Program. USASBCCOM. March 2001.
Hazardous Materials Employee Resource Book, US Dpt of Transportation,
Hazardous Materials Guide for First Responders, US Fire Academy, FEMA
Incident Management Handbook, US Coast Guard, 2001
Managing Hazardous Materials Incidents, Volume I, Emergency Medical Services: A Planning Guide for the Management of Contaminated Patients, ATSDR, 1 Jan 1992.
The Medical NBC Battlebook, US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (USACHPPM), Tech Guide 244, May 2000.
Metropolitan Medical Response System, Field Operating Guide and other documents, DHHS
Training, "Developing Objectives, Content, and Competencies for the Training of Emergency Medical Technicians, Emergency Physicians, and Emergency Nurses to Care for Casualties Resulting From Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical (NBC) Incidents" FINAL REPORT, April 23, 2001, US DHHS/OEP and the American College of Emergency Physicians