(ICS) Incident Command System
The 2 day / 16 hour course is a theoretically based course designed for staff with a response role within their organisation and who may be required to manage an expanding incident following a major event.
The course is of a theoretical nature with interactive sessions that assist in the learning process. The course can be either be held at an Ambipar Response training facility or at a suitable location, convenient for the delegates.
Throughout the course there is a complete overview of the incident management process with the opportunity to add an exercise day in addition to the 2 days. The course covers both large and small events so delegates gain a wide range of knowledge and skill.
The course highlights the benefits of following a recognised process when managing a major incident.
Who Should Attend:
This course is aimed at those that would be part of an Incident Management Team with a functional role during an incident, highlighting the key aspects of the management of an incident and specific roles and responsibilities.
- Give an overview of the evolution of the Incident Command System
- Describe what occurs during the Emergency Phase
- Describe the process when Transferring Command
- Describe the Incident Assessment process
- Give an insight in setting Objectives for the next Operational Period
- Understand the Planning process
- Describe the process for developing and Incident Action Plan
- Gain and understanding for Incident Demobilisation
· Incident Command System
· Initial Response
· Transfer of Command
· Set Up and Move Forward
· Objectives Setting
· Planning Phase
· Incident Action Plan
· Demobilisation an Incident Closeout