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Who does the HazMat Rescue for your Hazardous Materal emergencies?

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I'm not sure what you mean by HazMat Rescue. If you mean who rescues a victim in a haz mat environment, it will most likely be a firefighter on the first alarm wearing turnouts and SCBA, EPA level D PPE. Rapid entry and emergency decon.
If you are refering to who is the RIT/RIC for a Level A or B entry team, we are part of a regional Haz Mat team and the team's SOP is to have its own RIT/RIC mad up of HM techs in equal or greated PPE. The HM team trains on self-rescue, emergency procedures and removal of stricken team members who have a failed suit or injury/illness prohbiting their removal. One area of weakness is rescue of victims in contaminated atmospheres of a confined space requiring level B PPE. Our new state-level Confined Space Rescue Tech (part of the state Technical Rescue Team program) covers those skills in a 5-day/40-plus hour class.
Mr Smith:
You were right by answering who does the rescue in a HazMat Emergency/Enviroment

According to me, these services are provided by trench rescue technicians so that immediate relief can be given to the people on time. These technicians gets trench rescue consulting by experts so that effective rescue can be done.

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