Level A Anti-Fogging Techniques and Procedures

Level A Anti-Fogging Techniques and Procedures

Faceshield fogging is an impediment encountered by responders using Level A encapsulated personal protective equipment (PPE) and the removal of this condensation diverts crucial time from response operations. Level A anti-fogging products and techniques can be used to prevent the formation of condensation and prevent the resultant loss of situational awareness.

The Focus Group Report, Market Survey Report, Assessment Report, and Analysis Report on Level A Anti-Fogging Products and Techniques are limited distribution documents, and are available in the SAVER Community of First Responder Communities of Practice (FRCoP).

Find this project in the FEMA Authorized Equipment List and InterAgency Board Interactive Standardized Equipment List.

AEL Category, Title, Number, and Project:

AEL Category: 01. Personal Protective Equipment

AEL Title: Ensemble, Vapor-Protective, NFPA 1991

AEL Number: 01VT-01-ENSM

SAVER Project: Level A Anti-Fogging Techniques and Procedures

Last Published Date: Monday, July 18, 2016
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