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Training: Mass Fatality Planning and Response for Rural Communities

  • 12/06/2011
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Johnson County EMA 4529 Melrose Ave., Iowa City

Mass Fatality Planning & Response for Rural Communities is an eight-hour tuition-free course designed to provide local and county law enforcement agencies, public health manag-ers and planners, local and regional emergency management agencies, emergency medical services, hospitals, paid or volunteer emergency planners and managers, and personnel in local and/or county emergency operations centers in rural communities with basic knowledge should a mass fatality in-cident impact their jurisdiction. The Mass Fatality Planning & Response for Rural Communities course serves as a training tool to provide rural communities with information to plan for and manage an actual mass fatality response and to assist in the development of a mass fatality response plan for their jurisdiction.

Topics covered include but are not limited to:

  • Process of recovery
  • Identification and disposition of human remains
  • Roles and responsibilities of responders and morticians and funeral directors
  • Diversity issues
  • Developing a mass fatality plan

Registration: rdpc@iowacentral.edu

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