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Radioactive Contamination (Emergency Services)

Volume 115: debated on Tuesday 28 April 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) from which sources the emergency services in Gloucesterhire can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;(2) from which sources the emergency services in Avon can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of

(a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(3) from which sources the emergency services in South Glamorgan can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing

the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(4) from which sources the emergency services in Somerset can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(5) from which sources the emergency services in Dorset can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(6) from which sources the emergency services in East Sussex can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(8) from which sources the emergency services in Kent can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(9) from which sources the emergency services in Suffolk can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(10) from which sources the emergency services in Cleveland can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(11) from which sources the emergency services in Durham can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(12) from which sources the emergency services in Tyne and Wear can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;

(13) from which sources the emergency services in Cumbria can call for equipment to deal with accidents involving radioactive contamination; and if he will call for a report from the emergency services in that area detailing the total number of (a) dosimeters, (b) radiac survey meters, (c) sets of protective clothing, (d) breathing units and (e) decontamination units available for use;