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Chemical Terrorism Laboratory PreparednessThe Analytical Chemistry (AC) Lab was designated by the CDC as one of ten state public health agency laboratories to be a regional, top-level, surge-capacity laboratory for CDC's chemical terrorism program. For more information about our CT test menu, please select a test from the drop down box below.
There are unique requirements for collecting specimens from victims of a chemical event exposure. We continue to offer training for hospital staff in the proper collection and handling of these specimens. This training, "Laboratory Response and Hospital Preparedness in a Chemical Exposure (Terrorism) Event", is conducted by our Chemical Terrorism Laboratory Educator is offered as a self-paced online training. At this time, only self-paced online training is being offered.
To register for the on-line training, go to http://mi.train.org
Laboratory Response and Hospital Preparedness in a Chemical Exposure Event is approved for 1 contact hour by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center Commission on Accreditation. The presenter and the planning team have no commercial interests or conflicts of interest to disclose. No commercial support has been received for this event.
Additional CT Information
> CT Specimen Collection Diagram - 44941 bytes
> CT Training Objectives - 4686 bytes
> Chain of Custody DCH 1264 - 538075 bytes
> Chemical Outbreak Guidelines - 242032 bytes
> Fact sheet matrix - 183808 bytes
> Instructions for submission of specimens for a chemical event. DCH-1334. - 8014 bytes
> Shipping Instructions for Samples Collected from Individuals Potentially Exposed to Chemical Terorism Agents - 24150 bytes
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