Disaster Recovery Service
Kenyon's Disaster Recovery Service includes search and recovery of human remains, all morgue processes, forensic disaster victim identification using the Plass Data system, worldwide repatriation and memorials. Also included are comprehensive personal effects management including search, recovery, inventory, storage and return to families.
Search & Recovery of Dead Bodies
When operations turn from search and rescue to search and recovery Kenyon teams can coordinate with local authorities to arrange for locating and recovering the deceased. Capabilities include fielding teams using archeological and anthropological developed methods for finding obscured, hidden or remote burial locations, and collection of evidence. Kenyon teams are scaled for the size of the incident, and the composition of the team can reflect the condition of remains, the search and recovery environment, or the goal of the agency or Client we are working for. A poor or incomplete search and recovery often results in civilians or even family members finding human remains or personal belongings on their visits to incident locations.
Kenyon search and recovery operations have included large scale natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina, large scale aviation accidents, government aircraft, and smaller corporate and private aircraft losses.
Disaster Recovery Services
- Disaster Victim Identification
- Search and Recovery of Dead Bodies
- Repatriation of Dead Bodies
- Portable Disaster Morgue and Mortuaries
- Mass Fatality Response Equipment
- Search and Recovery of Personal Property
- Mass Burials
- Mass Grave Exhumation and Identification
- Aviation Accident Investigations