By the rail accident on the great belt on Wednesday, lost eight killed and 16 were injured.
With on the train were 131 passengers and three employees from the DSB. The staff got physical injuries, but they are very much affected by the experience mentally.
It tells the vice president Anette Haugaard to DR News.
DSB sent the response to the accident with the same - for kriseplanen was ready and gennemøvet.
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But in the situation, could the DSB does not get the aid to its employees, because the accident happened out on the bridge. The running crew was, therefore, first help in Fredericia, where psychologists stood ready to receive them at a shelter.
- It has been an incredibly tragic event. We are all deeply affected by it, and it is the employees in question also tells Anette Haugaard.
even Though there are six days, so all three people are still in need of help for their thoughts.
- They are in contact with psychologists who help them through this incident. They also wanted a common debriefing. We have implemented in the Friday, explains underdirektøren.
the Management of the DSB is in daily contact with the employees, but don't know yet, when they are ready to work again.
- They are exempted from their work, so long as we - together with them - believes that it is necessary, she explains to DR News.
because of the investigation and the protection of employees, the DSB did not disclose where the staff were in the train, when the train was hit.
DSB will now examine their procedure, if anything, should be changed in their crisis response in the future.
the Psychiatry in Region of southern denmark, offered in the last week crisis counselling to anyone who might desire it. The staff has had 27 physical conversations and 29 telephone calls.
And it has been well spent, believe Ole Ryttov, sygeplejefaglig director.
- We believe that it has been a fine complement to them, as only later discovered that they might have had some challenges in relation to what they have experienced, says Ole Ryttov and continues:
- And, not least, that there were relatives of some of those killed, which has also had the opportunity to consult and get the necessary help.