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1.1DEVELOPMENTS SINCE THE FIRST EDITION
1.2ORIGIN AND PURPOSE OF THE PRESENT REPORT
1.3SOME WORKING DEFINITIONS
1.4STRUCTURE
2.1CONTEXT
2.2CHANGING TECHNOLOGY
2.4A PRELIMINARY THREAT ASSESSMENT
3.1.1Guidance from the international treaties
3.1.2Guidance from the historical record
3.2DISSEMINATION OF BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL AGENTS
3.3.1Respiratory system
3.3.2Skin and mucous membranes
3.3.3Digestive system
3.4CHARACTERISTICS OF BIOLOGICAL AGENTS
3.5CHARACTERISTICS OF CHEMICAL AGENTS
3.6.1Short-term consequences
3.6.2Long-term consequences
3.6.3Psychological warfare aspects
3.7ASSESSMENT AND CONCLUSIONS
4.1 PLANNING PRINCIPLES
4.2.1 Identify the hazards
4.2.2 Evaluate the hazards
4.2.3.1Pre-emption of an attack
4.2.3.2Preparation of an ability to respond
4.2.3.3Preparation of public information and communication packages
4.2.4 Quantify the residual risk, and make a risk acceptance decision
4.2.5 Monitor the risk management programme, and repeat the process as
4.3.1 Response before any overt release of a biological or chemical agent
4.3.2. Distinguishing features of biological and chemical incidents
4.3.3.1 Determination that a release has occurred, or an outbreak is underway
4.3.3.2 Identification of the agent involved
4.3.3.3 Evaluation of potential outbreak spread
4.3.3.4 Risk communication and information distribution
4.3.3.5 Protection of responders and healthcare workers
4.3.3.6 Infection control
4.3.3.7 Triage
4.3.3.8 Medical care
4.3.3.9 International assistance
4.3.3.10 Monitoring the outbreak
4.3.3.11 Follow up activities
4.3.3.12 Command, control and communication
4.3.4.1 Chemical detection and identification
4.3.4.2 Evaluation of the chemical hazard spread prediction, and casualty
4.3.4.3 Risk communication and distribution of information
4.3.4.4 Protection of responders
4.3.4.5 Contamination control
4.3.4.6Triage
4.3.4.7 Medical care and evacuation of casualties
4.3.4.8 Definitive decontamination
4.3.4.9 International assistance
4.3.4.10 Monitor the residual hazard
4.3.4.11 Follow up
4.3.4.12 Command, control, and communication
5.1THE 1925 GENEVA PROTOCOL
5.2.1International obligations
5.2.2National implementation
5.3.1International obligations
5.3.2 National implementation
5.4CONCLUSION
6.1.1Investigation of alleged use
6.1.2Humanitarian assistance
6.2ORGANISATION FOR THE PROHIBITION OF CHEMICAL
6.3BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION
6.4WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
6.5FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED
6.6OFFICE INTERNATIONAL DES EPIZOOTIES
6.7NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
6.10CONTACT INFORMATION
6.11UN Security Council document S/24065, 12 June 1992
6.12UN Security Council document S/24344, 24 July 1992
6.13UN Special Commission for the destruction of Iraqi weapons of mass
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