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kettlingA tactic used by police or armed forces for crowd control, in which a broad swath of officers push the crowd in a desired direction or prevent its egress, as occurs when the “kettle” completely surrounds the group. Kettling has been criticised as the crowd may be deprived of food, water or the access to toilet facilities.
containmentPublic health The confining or prevention of further dissemination of a potentially hazardous–eg biologic, radioactive or toxic–agent. See Biological containment, Biosafety levels, Regulated waste.
containmentmeasures and protocols that are applied to limit contact of organisms, particularly PATHOGENS and GMOs, with the external environment:
- physical containment, achieved by regulating access, restricting air circulation and providing other physical barriers;
- see BIOLOGICAL CONTAINMENT.
Different levels of containment apply depending on the perceived risk of a particular experiment.
Patient discussion about containment
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