your initial patient assessment, you note that the patient is experiencing unexplained water-like
blisters and a rash.
UNDERSTANDING THE 2004 EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDEBOOK
* Guidebook Layout
* Guide Page Layout
* Special Sections
* Guidebook Use
REMOTIVATION: The emergency scene should not be first time that you have looked at the Emergency Response Guidebook. You should be familiar with the layout and content prior to the emergency. You should also be aware that you may be dispatched on an alarm, especially a medical emergency, that may seem routine and turn out to be a hazardous materials incident with you in the middle of the release area..
ASSIGNMENT: Read the Guidebook and become familiar with the contents and organization.