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Kenyon International Emergency Services, Inc. has responded to more than 370 mass fatality disasters worldwide over the past 100 years, including recent notable incidents such as the Asian Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, Haitian Earthquake, and multiple international aviation accidents.
In these difficult situations, often involving many different government agencies, Kenyon is able to provide expert advice using the most current legislation and internationally-agreed-upon best practices. Kenyon has worked with numerous government officials both as a liaison for corporate partners and clients or as a trusted partner taking an advising role.
While most of Kenyon's services use a retainer model, with public and private companies retaining Kenyon's services in the case of an incident, Kenyon has a special model specifically for government entities. For local or national governments looking to develop and resource full-scale mass fatality plans, Kenyon has developed a complete package of services designed to support health and hospital systems, as well as medical examiner and coroner systems. Packages include planning, training, and response teams.
Special at-need services are available to governments during mass fatality events like natural disasters and terror attacks for establishing missing persons call centers, search and recovery of human remains and personal property and establishment of data coordination centers where Kenyon uses proprietary incident management software to assist governments in managing the surge of data surrounding an incident.
For more information about services provided for our Government industry partners, please contact us.