Apr 2021 Offering
This course has been completed.
- AWR232-V - Mass Fatalities Planning and Response for Rural Communities
- Date & Times
- Apr 1, 2021 from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM; Apr 2, 2021 from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
This awareness-level course will teach rural and tribal participants the basics of mass fatality response while providing them with opportunities to exchange rural and tribal perceptions and brainstorm for solutions to simulated emergencies. In the course of six modules, delivered over an eight-hour period, participants will learn how to identify critical resources necessary for identified functions, develop strategies for responding to unique challenges of mass fatalities incidents, implement forums for partnerships with key community, regional, state, and federal stakeholders for effective response and community recovery, and identify the components that comprise a comprehensive community-wide mass fatalities incident response plan. Upon completion of this instructor-led course, participants will benefit from an increased awareness of morgue operations and human remains recovery operations, and an enhanced ability to plan for the unique challenges of mass fatality incidents in rural and tribal communities.
*Participants are required to use their own computer, tablet, or smartphone during the course. No group settings.
- Max Attendance
- 30 (16 Open Seats)
Virtual Instructor-Led Course
Virtual Instructor-Led Course, MO 65102
- POST Approved
- POST Control #
- Technical Studies
- Target Audiences
- Public Health, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Government Administrative, Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, Medical (Hospital), Volunteer Organizations, and Emergency Management Director
- Open To The Public
- None Set
- Registrant Notes
MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS TO RECEIVE CREDIT AND HAVE INDIVIDUAL INTERNET ACCESSIBLE DEVICE.
Minimum of 20 students for course to be held.