DisasterAssistance.gov. This Disaster Management e-Government Initiative focuses on providing information and services relating to the four pillars of all-hazards disaster management: preparedness,
response, recovery, and mitigation.
Ready.gov. A site to help Americans learn about and prepare for potential terrorist attacks (Biological, Chemical, Explosions, Nuclear Blast, Radiation)
USAMRIID. U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases.
Memorandum Subject: Nerve Agent Percutaneous Exposure Criteria and Airborne Exposure Levels (AELs) for GD, GF in Use of Interim DA Guidance on Implementation of the New AELs. Department of the Army Office of the Surgeon General, (2004, June 29).
Memorandum Subject: Implementation Guidance Policy for New Airborne Exposure Limits for GB, GA, GD, GF, VX, H, HD, and HT. Department of the Army OASA (I&E), (2004, June 18).
This product is not a standard or regulation, and it has no effect on employers' legal obligations. The guidance is advisory in nature, informational in content, and is intended only as technical assistance to employers in providing a safe and healthful workplace during emergency response operations. This document does not enhance or diminish any existing obligations under the OSH Act. The information in this document is interim guidance only. It is anticipated that NIOSH CBRN approval for all classes of respirators will be available in the near future. This guidance will change at the time NIOSH CBRN certification standards are available for all respirator classes. OSHA also may update this guidance as additional information becomes available in the future.
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