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Suspicious Package Handling


  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
    How to Recognize and Handle a Suspicious Package or Envelope

    Between September and October 2001, letters containing Bacillus anthracis were received by mail in several areas of the United States. As a result, CDC developed the following guidelines for recognizing and handling suspicious packages as a result. Although there have been no recent mail-related anthrax exposures, all persons should take appropriate steps to protect themselves and others from exposure to Bacillus anthracis by following these guidelines for recognizing and handling suspicious packages.

  • Department of Defense
    DOD Official Mail Manual, DOD 4525.8-M Biological/Chemical Threats, Chapter 4.4,

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
    FBI Flyer - What do do if you receive a suspicious package

    FBI Casework: Suspicious powders 101
    04/20/04
    SCENARIO: A suspicious white powder is discovered in a letter and is reported to the FBI.
    Did you ever wonder ... what happens next?

  • General Services Administration (GSA)
    Guidelines for Safe Mail Management

  • Occupational Safety & Health Administration
    Anthrax eTool - Protecting the Worksite Against Terrorism

  • US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine
    Transportation of Anthrax Samples

     

     




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