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Calls from fire departments about the Cyanokit occur weekly and the leading question is: Do you know how many departments are deploying Hydroxocobalamin/Ctyanokit? The answer is simply: no – we don’t know. Knowing which departments are utilizing the antidote would be extremely helpful to other departments waging a war to secure the drug and […]Read more ›
Without detecting what toxicants exist on the fireground through metering and air monitoring, most especially HCN and CO because those are the only two that are treatable, firefighters and first responders will continue to be exposed to toxic environments and be caused to endure life altering illness, disease or instantaneous death.
Gas Meters Become a Required Tool
I cannot remember the exact year but I believe it was in the 2007-2008 time-frame that I attended a presentation at FDIC on HCN. Specifically I recall that CO and HCN levels at The Station nightclub fire were incompatible with life within 90 seconds. Then the instructors discussed the Providence, RI documentation on HCN. This […]Read more ›