LIVE CHEMICAL AGENTS TESTING AND TRAINING SITE WORKING REGULATIONS FIELD LIVE CHEMICAL TESTING AND TRAINING FACILITY „KAMENNA CHALOUPKA“. SCOPE. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS MILITARY TRAINING GROUND LCATS DESCRIPTION CWA WORKING SAFETY RULES GENERALLY PRE-ENTRY PROCEDURES
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LIVE CHEMICAL AGENTS TESTING AND TRAINING SITE
FIELD LIVE CHEMICAL TESTING AND TRAINING FACILITY „KAMENNA CHALOUPKA“
A group of personnel directly undergoing the respective training with real CWA.
Exercise (Works) Director:
A person directly responsible for general training organization and training fulfilment in line with previously concluded technical (training) arrangements.
A group of personnel supervising and supporting but not directly undergoing the respective training with real CWA.
The particular training subjects that the trainees will exercise during the particular training period.
Field Live Chemical Testing & Training Facility (FLCATF):
An area with a set of buildings and installation primarily intended either for conducting tests and experimental works or for training with real CWA in field condition. It includes areas A, B, C and D.
Live Chemical Agents Training Site (LCATS):
An area consisting of special infrastructure enabling to conduct tests and experiments or to conduct training with real CWA. It includes roofed CWA working area, buildings for the works (training) control and support, wastes stores and other safety appliance. It is equal to area „CHARLIE“ as depicted further.
CWA Working Area:
An roofed area within the LCATS with special hardened surface, resistant against chemicals and with independent drainage system and only where real CWA may be applied on different equipment. It mostly includes a few working stations depending on the works (training) tasks character. It is equal to „Hot Zone“.
An area that is directly endangered by CWA or highly toxic agents‘ vapours while training or conducting tests and experiments. Safety zone radius is fenced and marked by warning sings.
An area that may have been contaminated by CWA or highly toxic chemicals agents‘ vapours in order of extreme weather conditions.
The total mass amount of all CWA or highly toxic agents used by single application on determinate working place inside safety zone.
Impermeable x Permeable Protective Suits further
VAUTEX ELITE SIMPERMEABLE PROTECTIVE SUITS
A full body surface protection means containing of a insulating protective material (mostly made of iso-butyl rubber) intended for specialists who accomplish tasks in the terrain contaminated by liquid phase of CWA or aerosols. They protect against hazardous gases, vapours, aerosols and against liquid phase of CWA
SARATOGATMPERMEABLE PROTECTIVE SUITS
A body surface protection means made of composite filter fabric based on highly activated and hard carbon which is fixed onto textile carrier fabric. They protect against hazardous gases, vapours and partially against aerosols
6 kmMILITARY TRAINING GROUND BASIC DATA
15,817 ha (39,085 acres)
For military use:
2,200 ha (5,436 acres)
75 km of paved roads
MILITARY TRAINING GROUND
Driving Speed Limit
DO NOT ENTER
Entry allowed upon special entry permission
With exclusion of the Army of the Czech Republic, Police and Military Forests and Lands authorities
Permission holders are obliged:
It is strongly forbidden:
Training Manager Control Room
Workers‘ (Trainees‘) Transit Room
1.12 – Main Entrance
1.05 – Showers
1.03 –Undressing Room
1.04 – Airlock Chamber
1.02 – Filters Units
1.07 – IPE Decontamination Showers
CWA Detectors‘ Monitor
Differential Manometer SensorTRAINING CONTROL BUILDINGTOWER
Trainees‘ Transit Room
Hygienic Circuit RoomTRAINING CONTROL BUILDINGGROUND FLOOR
Multipurpose Trg Room
Hygienic Circuit Room
Roofed CWA Working Area
Contamination of samples
Simple CWA Detection
Field CWA Analysis
Vehicles Mass Decon
Toxic Liquid Waste Storage
Solid Waste Storage
Portable Gas-Mask Testing Chamber PZK M-10
IPE Testing Chamber
Stationary CWA Detectors combined with IR Cameras
Safety Zone I
Safety Zone I
Safety Zone II
VX and its derivates
Closed Radioactive Emitters:
BIO Simulating Agents (Pending)
Bacillus SubtilisSCOPE OF AGENTS
No open radioactive emitters
No real BWA
The worst case scenario for 100 grams of volatile nerve agent (GB).
Temperature: 200C; Wind speed: 5 m/s
Atmospheric stability: inversion
Red isoline: Permissible exposure limit PCt50 = 1. 10-4 mg.m-3
Safety Zones: 90 m (7 g) and 300 m (100 g)
Trainees (workers) must be informed about:
Maximum continuous working time of wearing IPE in NBC dress category „HIGH“ (MOPP-4) in dependence of temperature and physical workload at which overheating of human being organism is not endangered.
Taken from CZAF FM Chem-2-2
It is strongly forbidden:
Workers (trainees) are obliged: