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Gta8!5!48.PDF - Venomous Arthropods

Gta8!5!48.PDF - Venomous Arthropods

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PREVENTION
Most injuries resulting from venomous arthropods can be prevented.1.If you are allergic to certain stings/bites, be prepared with the proper medication.2.Ask the local inhabitants about the local venomous/harmful arthropods.3.Avoid touching unfamiliar arthropods or allowing them to touch you.4.Watch where you put your hands and feet.5.Before using, check places where harmful arthropods may hide.a.Closets/wall spaces/doorways/eaves.b.Outdoor privies/latrine boxes.c.Bedclothing/beds/sleeping bags.d.Shoes/boots/clothing.e.Logs/felled trees/leaves.f.Rocks/boards/debris.6.Avoid bee hives, ant and wasp nests, and spider webs.7.Wear foot protection (shoes, boots, and sandals) at all times.8.Hang up clothes.9.Practicegood sanitation by removing debris/trash/board piles.10.Avoid wearing deodorants, colognes, perfumes, or cosmetics withfragrances.
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GPO: 1995 0 391-190
 
GTA 8-5-48
VENOMOUS ARTHROPODS 
SYMPTOMS 
PREVENTION 
FIRST AID 
DISTRIBUTION: US Army Training Support Center (TSC)HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYJUNE 1993
 

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