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Disaster recovery and restoration can be veiled in mystery to the many who have not undertaken specific training. This glossary explains technical terms to assist both report writing and the understanding of those technical terms so often misunderstood.

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Zero Contamination

The ability of a material to be completely sterile from organisms and/or VOCs. Mitigation Note In the mitigation of flooded buildings zero contamination or zero risk cannot exist. Once buildings or surfaces have been decontaminated acceptable risk extends to the removal of harmful pollutants and repair of damaged building materials. Some contamination risks require the replacement of damaged building materials and carpet with new materials because of unacceptable levels of risk and increased liability.

 

Zone

In hazardous materials management it is the restriction of certain areas as zones which certain tasks are to be preformed. Mitigation Note In hazardous environments mitigation there will be a restriction zone an egress zone a safety zone a contamination zone and a hot zone.

 

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