AUSTRAUMAPLAN: November 2011

Domestic Response Plan for Mass Casualty Incidents of National Consequence

Page last updated: August 2016

AUSTRAUMAPLAN is the domestic response plan for Mass Casualty Incidents of National Consequence (MCINC). The plan provides an agreed framework and mechanisms for the effective national coordination, response and recovery arrangements for MCINC resulting from trauma.

AUSTRAUMAPLAN acknowledges that the primary responsibility for managing the impacts of Mass Casualty Incidents (MCI) within their respective jurisdictions lies with the state and territory governments. Each jurisdiction has a mandate under state or territory emergency legislation for the prevention and, if they occur, management of emergencies and disasters including MCI.



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