AWR 232 V

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AWR 232-V Mass Fatalities Planning & Response for Rural Communities

Course Description

This 8-hour class is delivered in two four-hour Zoom sessions, over two consecutive days awareness-level. The instructor-led awareness level course is designed to prepare rural first responders and officials with the basic knowledge, skills and abilities to manage a mass fatality incident impacting their jurisdiction. Target audience includes first responders, coroners/medical examiners, public health officials, and others with responsibilities during a mass fatality incident. Issues addressed include establishing roles and responsibilities, assets management, remains processing and identification, diversity issues and development of a mass fatality plan that affect the construct of a mass fatality response.

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Course Prerequisites

*No Prerequisites for this course

Audience

Citizen/Community VolunteerEmergency ManagementEmergency Medical ServicesGovernmental AdministrativeHealthcareLaw EnforcementOtherPublic Health

Core Capabilities

Environmental Response/Health and SafetyFatality Management ServicesForensics and AttributionPlanningPublic Health, Healthcare and Emergency Medical Services
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