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Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

Contributors

About the Editor

PART ONE

NFPA® 472, Standard for Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents, 2013 Edition, with Commentary

1 Administration

1.1 Scope

1.2 Purpose

1.3 Application

2 Referenced Publications

2.1 General

2.2 NFPA Publications

2.3 Other Publications

2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections (Reserved)

3 Definitions

3.1 General

3.2 NFPA Official Definitions

3.3 General Definitions

3.4 Operations Level Responders Definitions

4 Competencies for Awareness Level Personnel

4.1 General

4.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

4.3 No Competencies — Planning the Response (Reserved)

4.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

4.5 Competencies — Evaluating Progress (Reserved)

4.6 Competencies — Terminating the Incident (Reserved)

5 Core Competencies for Operations Level Responders

5.1 General

5.2 Core Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

5.3 Core Competencies — Planning the Response

5.4 Core Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

5.5 Core Competencies — Evaluating Progress

5.6 Competencies — Terminating the Incident (Reserved)

6 Competencies for Operations Level Responders Assigned Mission-Specific Responsibilities

6.1 General

6.2 Mission-Specific Competencies: Personal Protective Equipment

6.3 Mission-Specific Competencies: Mass Decontamination

6.4 Mission-Specific Competencies: Technical Decontamination

6.5 Mission-Specific Competencies: Evidence Preservation and Sampling

6.6 Mission-Specific Competencies: Product Control

6.7 Mission-Specific Competencies: Air Monitoring and Sampling

6.8 Mission-Specific Competencies: Victim Rescue and Recovery

6.9 Mission-Specific Competencies: Response to Illicit Laboratory Incidents

6.10 Mission-Specific Competencies: Disablement/Disruption of Improvised Explosives Devices (IEDs), Improvised WMD Dispersal Devices, and Operations at Improvised Explosives Laboratories

7 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Technicians

7.1 General

7.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

7.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

7.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

7.5 Competencies — Evaluating Progress

7.6 Competencies — Terminating the Incident

8 Competencies for Incident Commanders

8.1 General

8.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

8.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

8.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

8.5 Competencies — Evaluating Progress

8.6 Competencies — Terminating the Incident

9 Competencies for Specialist Employees

9.1 General

9.2 Specialist Employee C

9.3 Specialist Employee B

9.4 Specialist Employee A

10 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Officers

10.1 General

10.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

10.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

10.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

10.5 Competencies — Evaluating Progress

10.6 Competencies — Terminating the Incident

11 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Safety Officers

11.1 General

11.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

11.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

11.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

11.5 Competencies — Evaluating Progress

11.6 Competencies — Terminating the Incident

12 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Technicians with a Tank Car Specialty

12.1 General

12.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

12.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

12.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

13 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Technicians with a Cargo Tank Specialty

13.1 General

13.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

13.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

13.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

14 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Technicians with an Intermodal Tank Specialty

14.1 General

14.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

14.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

14.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

15 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Technicians with a Marine Tank and Non-Tank Vessel Specialty

15.1 General

15.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

15.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

15.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

16 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Technicians with a Flammable Liquids Bulk Storage Specialty

16.1 General

16.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

16.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

16.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

17 Competencies for Hazardous Materials Technicians with a Flammable Gases Bulk Storage Specialty

17.1 General

17.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

17.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

17.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

18 Competencies for the Hazardous Materials Technician with a Radioactive Material Specialty

18.1 General

18.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

18.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

18.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

Annexes

A Explanatory Material

B Competencies for Operations Level Responders Assigned Biological Agent–Specific Tasks

C Competencies for Operations Level Responders Assigned Chemical Agent–Specific Tasks

D Competencies for Operations Level Responders Assigned Radiological Agent–Specific Tasks

E Overview of Responder Levels and Tasks at Hazardous Materials/WMD Incidents

F Definitions of Hazardous Materials

G UN/DOT Hazard Classes and Divisions

H Informational References

PART TWO

NFPA® 473, Standard for Competencies for EMS Personnel Responding to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents, 2013 Edition, with Commentary

1 Administration

1.1 Scope

1.2 Purpose

1.3 CDC Categories A, B, and C

2 Referenced Publications

2.1 General

2.2 NFPA Publications

2.3 Other Publications

2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections (Reserved)

3 Definitions

3.1 General

3.2 NFPA Official Definitions

3.3 General Definitions

4 Competencies for Hazardous Materials/WMD Basic Life Support (BLS) Responder

4.1 General

4.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Incident

4.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

4.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

4.5 Reporting and Documenting the Incident

4.6 Compiling Incident Reports

5 Competencies for Hazardous Materials/WMD Advanced Life Support (ALS) Responder

5.1 General

5.2 Competencies — Analyzing the Hazardous Materials Incident

5.3 Competencies — Planning the Response

5.4 Competencies — Implementing the Planned Response

5.5 Competencies — Terminating the Incident

6 Competencies for Advanced Life Support (ALS) Responders Assigned Mission-Specific Responsibilities

6.1 General

6.2 Mission-Specific Competencies: Advanced Life Support (ALS) Responder Assigned to a Hazardous Materials Team

6.3 Mission-Specific Competencies: Advanced Life Support (ALS) Responder Assigned to Provide Clinical Interventions at Hazardous Materials/WMD Incident

6.4 Mission-Specific Competencies: Advanced Life Support (ALS) Responder Assigned to Treatment of Smoke Inhalation Victims

Annexes

A Explanatory Material

B Toxicity Analysis and Antidote Tables

C Informational References

PART THREE

Supplements

1. Recognizing and Identifying Hazardous Environments

2. Fire Fighter Fatalities: Propane Gas Explosion at Gasoline Station

3. One Fire Fighter Killed and Eight Fire Fighters Injured in a Dumpster Explosion at a Foundry — Wisconsin

4. Selection of Chemical-Protective Clothing Using NFPA Standards

5. First Responder Considerations/Guidelines for Well Control and Geophysical Incidents or Incidents at Petroleum Drilling Sites

 

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