DECONTAMINATE THE BUTYL RUBBER GLOVES
a. Decontaminate your butyl rubber gloves in 5 percent calcium hypochlorite.
b. Decontaminate the casualty's butyl rubber gloves.
(1) Lift the casualty's arm up and out of the cutaway sleeve if the casualty's
condition will permit (see Figure 3-5).
Figure 3-5. Removing the casualty's gloves.
(2) Pull off the butyl rubber gloves by rolling the cuffs over the fingers,
turning the glove inside out. Do not remove the white glove lining at this time.
(3) Lower the casualty's arms and fold them across his chest. Do not allow
the arms to come into contact with the interior of the protective overgarment and litter.
Place the butyl rubber gloves in a contaminated disposal container.
REMOVE THE CASUALTY'S PROTECTIVE OVERBOOTS AND INNER
a. Remove the casualty's overboots.
Stand at the foot of the litter facing the casualty.
Cut the protective overboot laces.
(3) Grasp the heel of the protective overboot with one hand and the toe with
the other hand.