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Hello from Albany, NY! I'm the Project Manager for a website called the CBRN Resource Network. The reason I joined EMT City is to see what questions, if any, EMTs have about chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats. In other words, is this a subject that you talk about, want to learn about, need to prepare for, etc.? Most of the folks I work with are U.S. military responders, so I'm hoping to learn more about CBRN at the local and municipal level.
Hello guys, I was wondering what kind of CBRN protocole you had in your services, what kind of equipments and what would be your role in case of major or minor CBRN event, either accidental or criminal. If you don't have anything to respond to this kind of problem, do you think it would be good to develop that field? If you have procedures, are you happy with them? Are you concerned by CBRN issues, for instance if you work in a sensitive area (big city, near chemical industries etc...)? Thanks