Sir John Saunders, head of the Manchester Arena investigation, delivered a scathing report. on answer of emergency services at terror attack in the arena in May 2017 and outlined key failures, recommendations for elimination. Here are some of his points for service improvements.
Request found austerity cuts had a “significant impact on in ability of Greater Manchester Police must ensure adequate public service in certain relationships.” Home Office should consider various arrangements for funding for police services if such a program of budget cuts and austerity going on in future.
Police should undergo trauma training so they can provide life-saving treatment and not be in the position taken by the unarmed officers who arrived at the Manchester Arena. These officers wanted to help were wounded, but did not receive the necessary training. The same was true for the guards.
Communication between emergency services
During the Manchester Arena attack almost not one could go to mobile of police force duty Officer. Department of the Interior, College of Police, Fire Service College and National Ambulance Unit should think together whether the application is ready, giving access to contact details for all on-duty as well as on-call commanders are feasible and, if so, are likely to be of benefit in response to a serious incident.
Request found what in-house medical care at the Manchester Arena on May 22, 2017 was inadequate. Institutions of a similar size should have a reasonable amount of adequately trained and equipped medical staff on hand give emergency care to bridge the gap to an ambulance and fire and rescue services arrive.
The ambulance service trusts should review their ability to respond to a mass casualty incident. What should include evaluation of Do they have enough trained professionals? personnel respond effectively to a mass casualty incident, including adequate people to drive ambulance to the hospital. Consideration should be sent to study of other emergency service personnel in driving ambulances.
At night of Arena attack only seven of 319 Northwest Ambulance Service vehicles available that night they were able to turn around immediately.
Home Office and College of policewoman should ensure that all newly recruited and existing police officers, as well as all frontline police personnel, such as police community support services, have been trained in first defendant intervention. Home Office should consider introduction of a public educational program for learning public in first respondent intervention.
Government departments should spend review to ensure what people- wear a suitable stretcher in design and adequate in number is always available for use emergency services and in corresponding locations in in event of mass casualty incident.
Public access trauma kits
branch of Health and social support should take steps to ensure what public-access injury kits are easy to find in public spaces and contain equipment must be included first respondent intervention. Kits that have basic instructions, yes designed to be ready for use even by untrained members of in public.