Fire and Rescue
Chemical and biological
S.O.P. No 5.3
HUMBERSIDE FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
| | |OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE DETAILS | | | | | |DESCRIPTION |SOP No. |REVIEW | | | | | |Chemical and biological hazards | |Issue Date : September 2007 | | | | | | |5.3 | | | |Originator | | | |Wm 088 |Review Date: July 2008 | | | |OPERATING ENVIRONMENT | | | |1. Incident ground - Fires and Special Services | | | |2. Training venues - On and off station venues | | |
The Service has a duty to make suitable and sufficient assessments of the health and safety risk to employees and others who may be affected by their actions and to provide employees with comprehensive and relevant information on risks identified.
This assessment identifies the hazards, risks and controls that relate to incidents involving chemical and biological hazards.
HOW TO USE THIS STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE
This document has been designed to be read easily, quickly and with only ESSENTIAL information included. The following pages contain the information that all operational personnel MUST know.
The cover of this procedure has on it four coloured boxes, each relating to a specific section. Simply identify the section you want to look at, then turn to the appropriate coloured heading(s).
This information about chemical and biological hazards is available to personnel in the following form:...