Designer Li Weisi created a body bag that uses a unique classification tag system to improve the process of identifying those who are deceased. The system works by labeling the body bogs with gender and age-specific tags.
The bags will be divided into six categories of boy, man or older man, and the same classification tag will be used for females. The tags can also contain written information regarding specific details about the deceased such as ID cards, jewelry and personal belongings. This system from Li Weisi will aid rescue officers with the help of categorization. This will also allow loved ones of the deceased to easily seek and identify their kin.
The system will allow families to first confirm the identity based on age, gender and belongings before having to open the bag. This will ensure that families are not being exposed to incorrect bodies.
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