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Nuclear #3, Radiologic Risk.

Nowadays, it is common to find NRBQ (Nuclear, Radiologic, Biologic, Chemical) teams among emergency services. To achieve success it is very important to train a lot and to have a deep knowledge of this kind of risks. Today, in this post, I am going to talk about radiologic risk and its Spanish legislation, which is written […]

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Second point to consider in fires of steel-framed buildings (3/11)

Emergency Response Plan If we have knowledge about the emergency response plan we will be able to know where the hazardous areas are and what kind of materials are there accumulate inside the structure and we will know the protection fire system implemented in that area. The first step when developing an emergency response plan […]

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