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MCI Training

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Providing operational guidance for coordinated planning and response in mass casualty events consistent with the Colorado State Emergency Operations Plan and its Health, Medical, and Mortuary Annex, Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5, and contemporary standards, practices and wisdom on the subject. 

Purpose

The purpose of these documents is to minimize the human costs of multiple- and mass-casualty incidents in the county, including injury, illness, disability and death.  It can fulfill that purpose by providing operational guidance for coordinated planning and response in mass casualty events consistent with the Colorado State Emergency Operations Plan and its Health, Medical, and Mortuary Annex, Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5, and contemporary standards, practices and wisdom on the subject. 

 Such plans should consider events with natural, accidental, and criminal origins with resulting casualties of any number.  Examples might include a transportation accident, storm, hazardous materials incident, building collapse or terrorist act. 

 Such plans should also describe relationships between local and state medical and health entities, local OEM,  Department of Local Affairs, FEMA Etc..

 

 

Category 0 – Non-salvageable/ dead           

COLOR – BLACK

Last to be transported and by coroner’s vehicles.              

Do not move bodies unless they are blocking rescuers access to other victims or there are extenuating circumstances (approaching fire, poss. building collapse, etc.), which may destroy the body.

Category I - Immediate, Critical

COLOR –RED

First to be transported, as soon as possible via ambulance. Help maintain airway, respiration greater than 30/minute, poor perfusion and/or abnormal mental status. 

Category II: Delayed, Serious;

COLOR - Yellow

Can wait a little longer for transport. Respiration’s < 30/min., normal perfusion and mental status clear. Delayed does not mean no serious injury. Injuries may span a wide range and require frequent reassessment and further prioritization for transport while in the central treatment area.  

Category III: Walking wounded;

COLOR - GREEN;

Walking wounded, minor injuries: First to be separated and later to be transported by non-ambulance transport (first aid.

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