Fatality Management

ASPR TRACIE. (2015). Fatality Management. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response.
Mass fatality incidents are defined as those in which there are more bodies than can be handled using local resources. Since communities vary in size and resources, there is no minimum number of fatalities for an event to be considered a mass fatality incident. When planning for and responding to mass fatality events, it is the responsibility of healthcare and fatality management professionals to ensure the respectful and orderly management of deceased persons. Te resources in this collection can help emergency planners prepare for and respond to mass fatality incidents.
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