Handling first responders' risks in explosions

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You've taken the first step on your learning journey. Below you are able to track your progress in the Sitch. Complete the circle by adding your Instant Thinking and using the tools in Deep Dive Thinking - Analysis, Solutions, and Impacts. Once you've completed all the items in this Sitch you'll have examined the Sitch from many different angles and expanded your expertise.
What's the Sitch?
As first responders, there are risks and it is difficult to know how to reduce the risks, particularly on new unfamiliar terrain. This is trickier when there is a suspected X3as1 chemical involved.
What's the objective?
I want to reduce the risks next time.
What's the biggest challenge?
I'm not sure. What are your thoughts?
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Ray Jimenez    
May 07, 2019

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The Sitch

Welcome to the Sitch! (Please preview the video. Click the video icon.)

You've taken the first step on your learning journey. Below you are able to track your progress in the Sitch. Complete the circle by adding your Instant Thinking and using the tools in Deep Dive Thinking - Analysis, Solutions, and Impacts. Once you've completed all the items in this Sitch you'll have examined the Sitch from many different angles and expanded your expertise.
What's the Sitch?
As first responders, there are risks and it is difficult to know how to reduce the risks, particularly on new unfamiliar terrain. This is trickier when there is a suspected X3as1 chemical involved.
What's the objective?
I want to reduce the risks next time.
What's the biggest challenge?
I'm not sure. What are your thoughts?
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Type and press enter to add a tag. You can add multiple at once.
Ray Jimenez    
May 07, 2019

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