Roll the cut sleeves away from the arms exposing the black liner.
Medical items are not removed at the clothing removal area. Cut
around medical items such as dressings, splints, and tourniquets.
REMOVE THE CASUALTY'S OVERGARMENT TROUSERS
a. Cut the trousers off the casualty rubber gloves.
(1) Cut the trouser legs from the ankle to the waist. Keep the cuts near the
inside of the legs, along the inseam to the crotch (see Figure 3-4).
Figure 3-4. Removing protective overgarment trousers.
(2) Cut up the right leg and across the crotch of the trousers.
(3) Cut up the left leg, cross over the crotch cut, and continue to cut
over the waist band.
Do not cut through the pockets.
b. Fold and roll the cut trousers.
(1) Fold and place the cut trousers onto the litter with the contaminated side
away from the casualty. Do not allow the outer side of the overgarment to touch the
skin or the casualty's undergarment.
Roll the inner leg portion between and under legs.