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    Hydrogen sulfide training

    March 1, 2012

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    The training DVD “Hydrogen Sulfide” combines realistic training scenarios and describes emergency response procedures for a spill, leak or fire where hydrogen sulfide may be present. Other topics include ventilation operations during emergencies and decontamination procedures for victims and responders.

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