Illicit Drugs, Including Carfentanil aka Illicit Fentanyl: Preventing Occupational Exposure to Emergency Responders

Carfentanil is 100x stronger than Fentanyl and not meant for human consumption. It's a chemical cousin to Fentanyl to tranquilize Elephants. Its Carfentanil and Fentanyl Analogs, not Prescription Fentanyl.
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Illicit Drugs, Including Carfentanil aka Illicit Fentanyl: Preventing Occupational Exposure to Emergency Responders

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Illicit Drugs, Including Carfentanil aka Illicit Fentanyl: Preventing Occupational Exposure to Emergency Responders

This video will help emergency responders understand the risks and what they can do to protect themselves from exposure to illicit drugs. It shows what happens when an officer is exposed to "illicit" drugs like fentanyl are known as Carfentanil 100x stronger than its chemical cousing Fentanyl. This is not prescription medications you will see in the video and notes at the links. This is mostly imported from china as Carfentanil so powerful one grain the size of a small grain of salt is deadly. The CDC has done other Videos in laboratories on YouTube showing using a sweet-n-low pack saying this 2 grams could kill 50 million people so that why these law enforcement are wearing protective gear as if it was Anthrax.



This video in MP$ large scale format can also be viewed at
https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/video/lo-res/ ... owrez2.mp4
  • Carfentanil aka Illicit Fentanyl is so dangerous just normal contact is fatal, eyes, mouth and skin if moisture if present. This provides recommendations on how other officers and responders can prevent it from happening to them.
  • The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, developed this video in collaboration with the Fredericksburg, VA Police and Fire Departments. Learn more at
https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/fentanyl/risk.html

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Source Facebook, Pharmacist Steve and YouTube

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