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Anthony Sarrack

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April 2019

Historically, toxic risk impacts have been assessed simplistically by developing geographic contours for threshold values and applying corresponding vulnerability values for personnel within those areas (e.g., a dose function is applied by assuming an exposure time). Building occupants were treated in a similar manner as outdoor personnel, although mitigation factors were often applied to credit toxic gas detection, ventilation isolation, and protective equipment such as escape packs.

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