RES­CUE TRAIN­ING

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - NATION / DIGEST - PARKER ZHENG

PHOTO BY / CHINA DAILY Staff of the Civil Aid Ser­vice res­cue an “in­jured hiker” with a Gov­ern­ment Fly­ing Ser­vice he­li­copter dur­ing the CAS moun­tain search and res­cue ex­er­cise in Shek O on Fri­day. there is no for­mal, es­tab­lished sam­ples were sat­is­fac­tory. will re­place the ex­ist­ing Air reg­is­tra­tion sys­tem for The CFS col­lected the sam­ples Pol­lu­tion In­dex and ex­plain th­ese or­ga­ni­za­tions in Hong at dif­fer­ent re­tail out­lets the health ef­fects of air pol­lu­tion Kong. No spe­cific gov­ern­ment in­clud­ing su­per­mar­kets, more ef­fec­tively. The au­thor­ity has over­all gro­cery stores, restau­rants AQHI is re­ported on a scale re­spon­si­bil­ity in this area. and mar­ket stalls be­tween of 1 to 10 and 10+, and is The list of char­i­ties in Hong Au­gust and Novem­ber for grouped into five health risk Kong, such as those ex­empt test­ing ni­trate and ni­trite. cat­e­gories, i.e. low, mod­er­ate, from tax, is not a com­pre­hen­sive They com­prised 60 sam­ples high, very high and se­ri­ous. one. It is not com­pul­sory of fresh, chilled and frozen It also pro­vides health for char­i­ties to have their meat, some 440 sam­ples of ad­vice for peo­ple with dif­fer­ent names placed on this list. meat prod­ucts and about 50 de­grees of sus­cep­ti­bil­ity cheese sam­ples. to air pol­lu­tion. It is cal­cu­lated based on the cu­mu­la­tive health risk at­trib­ut­able to the three-hour mov­ing av­er­age con­cen­tra­tions of four air pol­lu­tants, namely ozone, ni­tro­gen diox­ide, sul­phur diox­ide and par­tic­u­late mat­ter (PM2.5 and PM10).

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