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Guide for the Selection of Biological Agent Detection Equipment for Emergency First Responders, Guide 101-04, Vol. I & II

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Author(s)

Alim A. Fatah, Richard D. Arcilesi, Tesema Chekol, Charlotte H. Lattin, Eric Schaffer

Abstract

In recognizing the needs of state and local emergency first responders, the Office of Law Enforcement Standards (OLES) at NIST is developing chemical and biological defense equipment guides, through funding provided by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This guide focuses on specifically assisting the emergency first responder communication in the understanding of biological agent detection equipment.
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Deparment of Homeland Security

Keywords

biological agents, detection, domestic preparedness, emergency first responders, protective equipment, toxins

Citation

Fatah, A. , Arcilesi, R. , Chekol, T. , Lattin, C. and Schaffer, E. (2005), Guide for the Selection of Biological Agent Detection Equipment for Emergency First Responders, Guide 101-04, Vol. I & II, Deparment of Homeland Security (Accessed June 23, 2024)

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Created February 28, 2005, Updated October 12, 2021