THMG136 – Biological Facilities Intro with Jacqui Hardt

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  1. Hello Mike and Bob, hope you guys are doing well today. The biological facilities podcast caught my interest because we have several BSL 3 labs in our first due territory. If we have a response to one particular facility, their plan is for us to stage outside the facility, wait for someone to update what is going on, and if there is a patient, then we do a secondary decon and transport to a local trauma center with trained hazmat ER personnel. We, as first responders are to never enter the facility unless asked to do so on the scene. I personally would contact our dispatch to find out if this is a medical emergency patient or an exposure patient. We are there, for the most part, secondary decon and transport. I tried to push our department to buy 4 Biocell kits for our transport units but it was a no go. Our local BSL 3 labs have trained personnel on CPR/AED. They would bring the patient to us, completely deconed, near naked, decon a second time, and transport. We would advise the receiving hospital of what we have coming to their facility. Great podcast! Thanks guys!

    1. The Hazmat Guys

      This is excellent information that should be shared with the community. Thanks for listening and sharing.

      THMG

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