The plan should describe documented arrangements with
onsite and offsite medical facilities to accept and treat
contaminated, injured personnel. These descriptions
Discuss the nature of the agreements with offsite
facilities in enough detail to determine that
promises of assistance are adequate to support and
supplement the site capabilities.
Discuss the capabilities of local medical centers to
provide support in the event of mass casualties and
Discuss the specialized equipment and supplies
specific to the onsite hazards (e.g., radiological
survey instruments, chemical neutralizing agents,
and contamination control supplies).
b. The plan should establish a protocol for Headquarters
EOC to obtain, as necessary, treatment consultation
services from the Radiation Emergency Assistance
Center/Training Site (REAC/TS).
The plan should describe the communications procedures
in place for emergencies and identify the
persons/positions responsible for notifying emergency
medical teams, security, administration, offsite hospital
and offsite emergency services.
b. The plan should provide for adequate communications
between medical transportation vehicles and the
receiving medical facility.