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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] <big>'''<big>Redeveloping a disaster response grab bag: its function and content</big>'''</big>
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  • #REDIRECT [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]]
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  • *[[Disaster and Vandalism Response: Reviewing our Previous Emergency Grab Bag]] *[[Emergency Procedure and Grab Bag Testing]]
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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] ...how effective the equipment and guidelines might be, and how easy the grab bag was to use under pressure. Simulated attacks on test panels were conducted
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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] <gallery caption="Images of Emergency Grab Bag and Contents" widths="300px" heights="300px" perrow="3">
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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] ===Bag, integrated containers and labels===
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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] <big>'''<big>Redeveloping a disaster response grab bag: its function and content</big>'''</big>
    4 KB (573 words) - 11:00, 21 January 2015
  • #REDIRECT [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]]
    75 bytes (10 words) - 11:29, 21 January 2015
  • *[[Disaster and Vandalism Response: Reviewing our Previous Emergency Grab Bag]] *[[Emergency Procedure and Grab Bag Testing]]
    1 KB (188 words) - 13:57, 21 January 2015
  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] ...how effective the equipment and guidelines might be, and how easy the grab bag was to use under pressure. Simulated attacks on test panels were conducted
    4 KB (677 words) - 11:00, 21 January 2015
  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] ...ns on attacked works of art. The development of an emergency plan and grab bag is easy, quick, and relatively cheap to achieve. Even though an attack of v
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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] <gallery caption="Images of Emergency Grab Bag and Contents" widths="300px" heights="300px" perrow="3">
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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] '''Instructions for Using the Emergency Grab Bag in the Wake of a Corrosive Attack'''
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  • ...to Main Page: [[Disaster Response at the National Gallery: Emergency Grab Bag]] File:Mop-up pads.JPG| '''Step 9.''' Store the mop-up pads in a plastic bag to prevent the fibre being abraded by other items.
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