Addendum to components for evaluation of direct-reading monitors for gases and vapors : hazard detection in first responder environments
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Addendum to components for evaluation of direct-reading monitors for gases and vapors : hazard detection in first responder environments

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      Components for evaluation of direct-reading monitors for gases and vapors ; Hazard detection in first responder environments ;
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      "The Components for Evaluation of Direct-Reading Monitors for Gases and Vapors (hereafter referred to as the Components document) [NIOSH 2012], presents methods to be used in evaluating direct-reading monitors* for use in workplace compliance determinations. This Addendum to the Components document expands the applicability of the Components by presenting methods to be used in evaluating direct-reading monitors for hazard detection in First Responder environments, including those related to incidents involving weapons of mass destruction (WMD). The Addendum contains a standardized test protocol and performance acceptance criteria for evaluating commercially available, direct-reading monitors in a style similar to the Components document. [*Consistent with the Components document, the term monitor is used here to indicate a device for on-site measurement of contaminant levels for gases and vapors in air. The term detector refers to the component of the monitor that actually detects the contaminant.]" - NIOSHTIC-2 NIOSHTIC No 20041270
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      "July 2012." Also available via the World Wide Web as an Acrobat .pdf file (1.25 MB, 32 p.). Includes bibliographical references. Bibliography: p. 99.
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