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  • Kenyon Rail Industry


Kenyon's first response was the Salsibury, UK, rail accident in 1906. As part of the Salisbury rail crash response, Herbert Kenyon provided repatriation services for five souls, accompanying their remains aboard the Cunard steam ship Carmania from Liverpool to New York arriving on 24 July 1906.

Since then, Kenyon has continued to support rail clients with incident response. The difference in the rail industry is that there is no true form manifest like is seen in the airline or maritime industry. How does a rail carrier know who is on board? How does a rail carrier begin to manage all the Persons Directly Affected (PDA®) information and data associated with the crash?

Kenyon works with retained clients and consulting customers to prepare emergency plans, conduct disaster drills and exercises, prepare internal teams for quick response, conduct live-camera spokesperson training with executives and much more.

In the event of disaster, Kenyon-retained clients need only call one number to activate the agreed-upon Kenyon services, which can include an immediately available multi-language toll-free information line, establishment of a humanitarian or family assistance center, deployment of a seasoned Incident Manager, executive-level crisis communications and legal advisory services and much more.

For more information about services provided for our rail partners, please contact us.