Fentanyl Safety for First Responders

Important read folks! 

… The abuse of drugs containing fentanyl† is killing Americans. Misinformation and inconsistent recommendations regarding fentanyl† have resulted in confusion in the first responder community.      You as a first responder (law enforcement, fire, rescue, and emergency medical services (EMS) personnel) are increasingly likely to encounter fentanyl† in your daily activities (e.g., responding to overdose calls, conducting traffic stops, arrests, and searches…                                                          When exposure occurs
Prevent further contamination and notify other first responders and dispatch.
Do not touch your eyes, mouth, nose or any skin after touching any potentially contaminated surface.
– Wash skin thoroughly with cool water, and soap if available.  Do NOT use hand sanitizers as they may enhance absorption… “

Read much more at: https://www.whitehouse.gov/ondcp/key-issues/fentanyl 

And, stay safe out there!

 

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