This presentation provides attendees with an understanding of the many health and safety hazards present in the post-fire environment to identify the situations where toxic gases, vapors, and particulates exist and the dangers of these substances, along with other hazards, pose. Attendees should then understand the need to use personal protective equipment, including proper respiratory protection, in the post-fire environment.
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