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Training: ICS 402 Incident Command System

  • 03/31/2011
  • 9:30 AM - 11:29 AM
  • Cedar County Court House, 400 Cedar St. , Tipton, IA

Course objectives:

  • Describe the Incident Command System (ICS) and the various ways ICS can be applied.
  • Define the role of an Executive/Senior Official relative to ICS.
  • Describe major responsibilities of an Executive/Senior Official.
  • Demonstrate basic familiarity with ICS terminology.
  • Describe the basic organizations of ICS and know the functional responsibilities of the Command and General staffs.
  • Describe issues that influence incident complexity and the tools available to analyze complexity.
  • Describe the difference between on-incident ICS organizations and activities and the activities accomplished by Emergency Operations Centers (EOC), Area Commands and multi-agency coordination (MAC) systems.
  • Explain the administrative, logistical, financial and reporting implications of large incident operations.
  • Describe the sources of information regarding the incident and how to access them.
  • Describe types of agencies, policies and guidelines that influence management of incident or event activities.

Registration: Required; class seats limited - minimum of 15 students with maximum of 25

Tim Malott, Cedar County EMA (563)886.3355 or ema@cedarcounty.org

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