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SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION - TM-9-1300-275-30005
TM 9-1300-275/3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TOXIC MATERIALS
1. Vapors of many decontaminating agents are
toxic, if inhaled in large quantities for ex-
tended periods. Assure that decontaminating
agent containers are kept closed when not in
actual use.
2. Wear rubber gloves when handling these ma-
terials. If decontaminant gets on the akin,
wash immediately and thoroughly with soap
and water.
FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
Do not allow anyone to have sparks, open flames,
or other sources of ignition nearby when using
flammable materials. Use explosion-proof lighting.
EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS
In addition to chemical agents, some munitions
contain high explosives. Do not strike or drop
high-explosive components. Do not have sparks,
open flames, or other sources of ignition nearby
when handling high explosives.
CHEMICAL AGENTS
Such agents are extremely dangerous. Many are
designed to cause permanent injury or death. Do
not handle these agents or attempt to repair
leaky containers without use of correct protective
equipment and clothing. In situations not covered
by procedures herein, request aid from the
CBAICO or EOD personnel.
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