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Mass Casualty Incident Planning, Training and Exercises

Casualty Planning Analysis

 

What is a Casualty Planning Analysis Tool?
An emergency and medical planning tool used to estimate the number and type of casualties, EMS transport time, workload requirements, and supplies necessary to treat the casualties resulting from a variety of scenarios.

What Does the Casualty Planning Analysis Tool Do for Planners?
Planners select population at risk, severity percentile, and relevant threats. Local threats such as natural disasters and toxic industrial material releases are modeled and analyzed to estimate the number and type of casualties per incident.

National planning scenarios are modeled across the spectrum of severity levels based on historical incidents and relevant models to determine corresponding casualties.

Local assets such as ambulances, patient transport time, bed capacity and other relevant parameters can be entered to determine specific capacities and capabilities.

Output can assist planners prioritize supply, equipment, staffing, and transport requirements based on 10-15 relevant scenarios.

 

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PDF Documentation:

Casualty Planning Analysis Tool (PDF)

 

ASG’s In-Depth Casualty Analysis

 

  • Applies monte carlo analyses for each scenario.
  • Aggregates historically relevant incidents to predict severity of likely, similar incidents.
  • Determines unique casualty profile for each scenario and the associated casualty numbers.
  • Incorporates historical profile of toxic industrial material releases.
  • Dynamically applies national planning scenarios and local threat scenarios to enable planners to select and adjust severity percentile.
  • Produces a unique equipment and supply cache specific to the threat scenarios and cumulative casualty profile.

 

Benefits of ASG Analysis

 

  • Engineered and tailored to local specifications
  • Incorporates hundreds of data sets
  • Operationally relevant
  • Employs consensus standards and models
  • Powerful modeling and statistical calculations
  • Experienced and qualified analysts
  • Comprehensive scope—all-hazards
  • Full-picture analysis of staffing, supplies, transport, external factors, and threats
  • Objective, professional, and defensible

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