What are your plans if there is any kind of chemical spill? I was thinking short of some kind of chemical or biohazard suit it would be difficult if not impossible, without specific training, to be prepared for every type of chemical spill. This is beyond my pay grade I am not even sure if there is one suit that would protect against most or all chemical spills. Perhaps someone else with more knowledge and training can comment on this aspect?

A Full NBC (MOD Mk4) suit is available for around $15.


An S10 Respirator costs around $70. S10 Filter around another $40


Rubber Gloves around $3 and over boots around $12.


A roll of Duct Tape and Haversack bag to keep everything in.

So full Emergency CBRN individual protection could be had for around $140. But you wouldn't want your work colleagues to find out you have them at work as it would generate to many questions.

Edited by Am_Fear_Liath_Mor (04/08/11 07:57 PM)