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Preparedness and Response to a Rural Mass Casualty Incident: Workshop Summary
Welcome, Introductions, and Workshop Objectives
ROBERT BASS, Workshop Chair
Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems
Charge to Workshop Speakers and Participants
Office of Emergency Medical Services
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
SESSION I: WORKSHOP CONTEXT: 2008 MEXICAN HAT INCIDENT
Session Objective: Provide a brief overview of the 2008 Mexican Hat, Utah, incident. Consider unique and common barriers to rural response that were highlighted by the 2008 Mexican Hat incident. Review the findings from the NTSB report (NTSB/HAR-09/01).
Session Objectives and Introduction
JOLENE WHITNEY, Session Chair
Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness
Utah Department of Health
Findings from the NTSB Report (NTSB/HAR-09/01) and Other Relevant Investigations
National Transportation Safety Board
Overview of the 2008 Mexican Hat, Utah, Incident and Response: Local Perspective