(1) Grasp the fingers of the glove liner and roll the cuff over the fingers while
turning the liner inside out.
Place the liner in a contaminated deposal container.
3-11. REMOVE THE CASUALTY'S SOCKS
Decontaminate your butyl rubber gloves in 5 percent hypochlorite before
you touch the casualty's garment or exposed skin.
a. Position yourself at the foot of the liner.
b. Remove one of the casualty's socks.
Roll the sock down over the foot.
Turn the sock inside out or cut the sock off the casualty's foot.
Place the sock into a contaminated disposal container.
Use the same procedure to remove the other sock.
3-12. DETERMINE THE NECESSITY FOR REMOVING THE CASUALTY'S
a. Identification tags will not have to be removed during the clothing removal
process unless one of the following conditions exist:
The protective hood has been breached.
The overgarment jacket (chest or neck areas) has been breached.
The tags become contaminated through the clothing removal process.
b. Cut and remove the ID tags and chain, if needed.
Cut the ID tag chain, allowing the chain to fall to the litter.
(2) Slip the ID tags from the chain, wipe them in 5 percent calcium
hypochlorite solution, and let them fall into a plastic bag.