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Level A Anti-Fogging Techniques and Procedures

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

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.

Please contact NUSTL@hq.dhs.gov regarding access to the following additional documents: Focus Group Report, Market Survey Report, Assessment Report, and Analysis Report on Level A Anti-Fogging Products and Techniques.

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

Attachment Ext. Size Date
Level A Anti-Fogging Techniques and Procedures Highlight (July 2005) PDF 237.86 KB
Analysis Report: Level A Anti-Fogging Products and Techniques Integrated Training Assessment Summary (July 2005) PDF 956.31 KB
Last Updated: 01/31/2023
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