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Introduction & reference document
Please note this article was first published in 2002, circumstances and events may have changed opinions. Jeff Charlton

Recovery from a Terrorist CBR Attack London Underground

Introduction

This document forms part of a series of possible solutions to the London underground system following the deliberate release of CBR Chemical Biological or Radiological agents. With the likely release of CBR contaminates at some point of time, the modules outline various contingency and response actions. The reality that those exposed to CBR incidents may be either casualties or terminally affected has been identified and exposure risk reduction is seen as paramount importance to control or limit exposure and secondary affects. The significant importance of the transport infrastructure is identified and subsequent controls to minimise closure and the need for decontamination is considered. The document is an overview only as the author has no access to official information or possible plans.

Module Set

1. Risk and hazard Assessments
2. Isolated contamination and control procedures
3. Track and tunnel isolation and control
4. Track and tunnel decontamination
5. Platform and Public access areas control
6. Platform and public areas decontamination
7. Radiological decontamination specific
8. Radiological spread control procedures
9. Chemical incident decontamination
10. PPE and decontamination of employees
11. Clearance and public acceptance
12. Special equipment requirements
13. Chemical products utilised
14. Waste disposal
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