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Anthrax

Anthrax is a bacterial disease caused by Bacillus (B.) anthracis. In humans, three types of anthrax infections can occur based on the route of exposure.

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Transmittal and Characteristics

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Skin

The most common, naturally occurring anthrax infection. May be transmitted via skin contact with contaminated meat, wool, hides, or leather from infected animals. Incubation is from 1 to 12 days. Infection occurs through scratches or skin abrasions.

Woven Shirt Bueller AbZn7e Infection appears as a raised bump resembling a spider bite. Within 1 to 2 days, it develops into a blister and then a painless ulcer, with a black necrotic (dying) area in the center. The lesion may cause fever, malaise, and headache. Lymph glands in the area may swell.

Inhalation

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Anthrax spores must be aerosolized to cause inhalational anthrax. It is contracted by inhaling spores and occurs in workers handling infected animal hides, wool, and fur. The number of spores that cause infection is unknown. Incubation period is unclear, but may range from 1 to 7 days or up to 60 days.

Inhalation anthrax resembles a viral respiratory illness. Initial symptoms include sore throat, mild fever, muscle aches, and malaise. Symptoms may progress to respiratory failure and shock with meningitis. After incubation of 1 to 7 days, the onset of inhalation anthrax is gradual.

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Ingestion

Gastrointestinal anthrax usually follows consumption of raw or undercooked contaminated meat and has an incubation period of 1 to 7 days.

Causes acute inflammation of the intestinal tract. Initial signs are nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting, fever followed by abdominal pain, vomiting of blood, and severe diarrhea.

How to Limit Exposure to a Suspicious Substance in the Mail

 

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Develop an emergency plan for steps in response to a known or a possible exposure to a suspicious substance.

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Train workers in how to recognize and handle a suspicious piece of mail.

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Identify a single point of contact to open mail.

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Do not open mail in an area where other personnel are present.

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Publication 166 - Guide to Mail Center Security - Contents
GUIDE TO MAIL CENTER SECURITY
Woven Shirt Bueller Ys4Xf2I4V2 WHO PROTECTS YOUR MAIL?
YOUR RISK LEVEL
YOUR MAIL CENTER
MAIL THEFT
LETTER OR PACKAGE BOMBS AND BOMB THREATS
Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Threats
REFERENCES
MAIL CENTER SECURITY QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
We Do! We’re the U.S. Postal Inspection Service
Working Globally
Working for You
When Mail is Federally Protected
Centralizing Your Mail Handling Operations
Enhancing the Physical Layout of Your Mail Center
Enhancing the Physical Security of Your Workplace
Bueller Shirt Woven 9wy6XHxdp Appoint a Mail Center Security Coordinator
You should consider these areas of concern:
Train Your Mail Center Staff
How vulnerable is your workplace to a bomb threat?
Identifying the Right Security Plan
Handling and Processing Mail Safely
Anthrax
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LOW- AND MODERATE-RISK FACILITIES SAFETY CHECKLIST
HIGH-RISK FACILITIES SAFETY CHECKLIST
Woven Shirt Bueller 0kWzE Additional Protective Measures for High-Risk Facilities
Publications About Mail Center Security
Additional Resources
Conclusion