Establishing and Leading a Major Incident Mortuary – Identification, Evidence, Family and Friends

STUDENTS ENROLLED

    Course Abstract
    This course provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in a range of management required to plan and implement a temporary mortuary.

    This 5-day course aims to provide Police Inspectors and above with the necessary skills to be able to carry out managerial functions of a Police Mortuary Coordinator at a major incident. Students will learn about which modern methods are used in major incident / rescue operations, What planning is required for major incident / rescue operations and how to manage teams and distribute tasks and roles

    Aims and Objectives

    Students will learn how to plan, set up and manage a temporary mortuary in a major incident/rescue operation type situation.

    At the end of the course the student/participant will be able to:

    • Provide an overview of how to manage a mortuary
    • Understand how to deal with bodies in regular and emergency situations
    • Understand the importance of teamwork
    • Understand the division of roles
    • Learn how to identify bodies
    • Understand the communications that are required throughout

    The course is made up of the following units:

    Leadership

    Introduction to Intelligence and Evidence

    Identification and proving ID

    Evidence

    PRIVATE COURSE
    • PRIVATE
    • 5 days

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