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CHALET

Casualties, Hazards, Access, Location, Emergency, Type. One of several mnemonics (e.g., METHANE), which is used in the context of a major incident (mass disaster) in the UK for the information that the first ambulance staff to arrive on the scene should relay to the Emergency Operations Centre.

CHALET
Casualties—approximate numbers of priority 1, 2 and 3 patients, dead and uninjured.

Hazards present and potential.

Access routes and suitable provisional rendezvous points (RVPs).

Location of the incident, with map references if possible.

Emergency services present and required, including local authorities; consider medical team(s), special equipment and services (i.e., HEMS, Emergency Planning Manager, BASICS, ECV, ESV); request number of LAS resources required.
 
Type of incident, with brief details of types and numbers of vehicles, trains, buildings, aircraft, etc.
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North Yorkshire Policeofficers attended North Bay at 5.10am on Thursday following a report of a fire that spread through several chalets.
One chalet is completely burnt out whilst several neighbouring chalets have fire damage.
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Plans to build up to six chalets at land off Cloth Hall Lane in Cefn Coed were rejected by members of the council's planning committee.
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The chalets are a highlight for tourists from European countries such as Germany, United Kingdom and neighbouring GCC countries like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Oman, while attracting new markets from Scandinavia, China and CIS markets.
The chalets are in addition to the 27 existing chalets on site.
Last week the council's planning panel agreed to allow the chalets - but refused permission for the estate office.
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"The chalet part of the site does have planning permission for permanent residential use, but that's nothing to do with the people who own the chalets and everything to do with the person who owns the land, which is now my client."