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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 5495 Careers

Instructions and Help about Can Form 5495 Careers

Hey this is Jeff Oh Georgia fire-rescue spine Jason here Oh we'll talk to you a little bit about what seems to be a hot topic in a lot of fire houses across the land right now Jason you still out there fighting fires on a regular basis wants to talk about cancer prevention and problems in the fire stations oil cancers running rampant in our fire service members and so it is a very much on the forefront of everybody's mind and a lot of things that we're trying to do in the station is trying to keep our exposure down to the carcinogens that may be present dies or dinner firefighting activities some of those methods are that we're doing currently is make sure your gears clean make sure that we have a second set of gear and staying really on top of that and living in the mouse exposure that we're having you know if you're looking at head to toe type of gear a lot of talk is that a lot of our areas of protection we're covered with the moisture barrier of our coats and pants but in the areas of hoods for example there's no moisture barrier there so that's something that's been a little bit more of a concern in the in the whole industry so you know there's programs of work people are swapping out their hoods washington hoods more often swapping them out on the scenes to get the goods that exposure off your area this more likely to have a quick route into the body of these carcinogens but then also just staying diligent on making sure your gears clean and you know that having two sets of gear so you can go to a fire come back and decontaminate...