Incidents involving biological hazards
The Stationery Office, Oct 29, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 16 pages
Generic Risk Assessment (GRA) 5.4, Incidents Involving Biological Hazards is part of a new series of GRAs that are the result of a 10 year consultation period. The GRAs in this series have been designed to safeguard fire and rescue personnel and members of the public. GRA 5.4 examines the hazards, risks and control measures relating to Fire and Rescue Service (FRS) operational personnel, the personnel of other agencies and members of the public attending incidents involving biohazards. This GRA is supplied as a loose-leaf document. A binder pack containing an introduction to the series, foreword by Sir Ken Knight, contents and dividers is available to order separately. The binder is the ideal solution for storing the loose-leaf GRAs.
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