Published on March 10, 2014
Members: 1cl Salamat 1cl Saballero 1cl Tataro 1cl Venus 1cl Reyes 1cl Pumaren
to discuss the ways to determine if a person is dead. -to understand the proper procedure of handling deceased person onboard.
Handling of Deceased Persons Searching for and recovering bodies is not normally considered to be part of SAR operations. However, handling of human remains may at times be necessary. 1. Human remains at an aircraft crash site should not be disturbed or removed without authorization from the SMC except for compelling reasons. 2. Without exposing rescuers to danger, an attempt should be made to identify deceased persons.
3. All articles removed from or found near each body must be kept separate, preferably in a container so labelled that it can be correlated later with the body. 4. All these articles should be handed over to the proper authority as soon as possible.
When human remains are recovered during a SAR operation, or when a death occurs on board a SAR facility. 1. A waybill should be made out for each deceased person. 2. A waybill should contain the full name and age of the deceased (if known), as well as the place, date, time, and cause of death (if possible). 3. This waybill should be made out in the national language of the SAR facility and, wherever possible, in English.
Considerations for the transport of human remains include: 1. on vessels, body bags or sailcloth for human remains should be carried 2. If human remains are kept on board for any length of time, they should be properly wrapped and put in a suitable place on the vessel. 3. SAR aircraft do not normally transport human remains (However, SAR aircraft may have to carry human remains if no other means are readily available.)
4. immediately after return to a base specified by the RCC, the remains must be handed over to the appropriate authorities, accompanied by the waybill 5. if it is known or suspected that a deceased person had an infectious disease, all material and objects which have been in direct contact with the deceased person must be cleaned and disinfected or destroyed.
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