NFPA-424-2002 Guide for Airport/ Community Emergency Planning.
5.7.2 The distance from the airport and the ability to receive helicopters should be considered. Reliable two-way communi- cation between the incident command post and these entities is important. The alert of an aircraft accident should be made to a single medical authority/agency, which then alerts all ap- propriate facilities according to a local medical communica- tions network. 5.7.3 It is essential that hospitals continually communicate through a central control point to facilitate distribution of critically injured patients. Information regarding availability of a specific trauma center, operating room, and ward space should be collected at a central control point, designated in the Plan, and disseminated to the medical transportation of- ficer at the scene. 5.8 Aircraft Operators. (See Annex E.) 5.8.1* The aircraft operator/company of an aircraft involved in an accident should be expected to provide full details of aircraft-related information, such as the number of persons on board, fuel, and cargo information. This information is vital to the incident commander and can influence the tactics and strategies used to deal with the emergency. 5.8.2 Aircraft operators also should be responsible for pro- viding first arrangements for any uninjured survivors who need to continue their journey or require accommodation or other assistance. They also might be responsible for contact- ing deceased passengers’ next of kin. Clergy, police, interna- tional relief agencies (Red Cross, etc.), and mental health agencies will normally assist in the accomplishment of this task.
6.5.6 Upon concurrence of the chief fire officer, police/ security chief, and the medical coordinator, the airport opera- tor’s incident commander should notify all participating mu- tual aid organizations of termination of the airport emergency. Note that this might not terminate all actions and responsibilities of participating agencies. 6.5.7 The aircraft operator representative should make ar- rangements for bus transportation from the accident site to the designated traumatized holding area. Transportation of the walking wounded from the scene should be permitted only after consultation with the medical coordinator. Passen- gers should be under medical supervision while awaiting transportation, during transport, and at the receiving process- ing site. 6.6 Action by Medical Services. The medical coordinator should coordinate with the medical transportation officer and medical services the following: (1) Verify that mutual aid medical and ambulance services have been alerted and verify their subsequent arrival at the rendezvous point or staging area and that a medical communication network is established (2) Organize the necessary action for triage and treatment of the casualties and their eventual evacuation by appropri- ate means of transportation (3) Provide control and dispatch of the casualties to the ap- propriate hospitals by land, sea, or air (4) Maintain an accurate list of the casualties including names, as available, and their destination for treatment (5) Coordinate, with the airport operator and the aircraft op- erator concerned, the transportation of the apparently uninjured to the designated holding area (6) Arrange for the restocking of the medical supplies, if necessary (7) Provide medical analysis of the walking wounded or traumatized.
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