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HAZWOPER: Donning/Doffing/Decontamination – SS1041F (17 min.)

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Encapsulated suits should be checked for deficiencies before they are used.
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After doffing the suit, remove all inner clothing and clean your body thoroughly.
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Donning and doffing an encapsulated suit is more difficult if the wearer:
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Decontamination equipment is generally selected based on:
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To ease entry into the suit, bend at the knees as the hood is placed over the head.
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Responders at hazardous substance incidents may become contaminated by:
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Protective clothing and respirators can help prevent contamination.
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Donning and doffing encapsulated suits is a very technical and difficult process.
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Rescuers must take measures to prevent the spread of contamination.
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If a responder becomes contaminated, the first priority is:
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In an emergency, the primary concern is protection of property.
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What substance should be used to prevent chafing and increase comfort?
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If all safety procedures are followed, decontamination cannot occur.
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Long, cotton underwear should only be worn under the suit during cold weather.
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If you are unsure about a particular procedure or method:
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Decontamination procedures must be developed and implemented:
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The most important factor to consider when deciding upon decontamination methods is:
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To ease entry into the suit while the hood is placed over your head, you should:
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If a low pressure warning alarm sounds on your SCBA, indicating five minutes of air remaining, you should: