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Project Impact Hazardous Materials Incident Safety Tips
Before the Spill:
Identify local media stations used for emergency information.
Learn hazardous material incident warning signals.
Know hazardous substances produced, stored or transported in your area.
Learn shelter-in-place procedures.
Learn location of ventilation system shut-offs.
Repair seals around windows, doors, basements.
During the Spill:
If early accident witness, call emergency services.
Listen to designated radio/TV station, emergency broadcast system; follow emergency instructions immediately.
Bring household members, pets inside.
Stay far away from site if possible.
Keep body fully covered.
Avoid eating/drinking anything uncovered.
Prepare household for possible evacuation.
Close all exterior and interior doors, and windows.
If told to shelter-in-place:
Turn off ventilation systems, fans, clothes dryer, heating-air conditioning; if possible close fireplace damper.
Close windows, curtains, shades, blinds.
Go to above ground room with fewest windows/doors.
Bring disaster supplies kit.
Wet towels, jam in cracks under doors.
If possible, tape around doors, windows; block air vents using plastic sheeting/bags.
Stay inside until radio announces safety or to evacuate.
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