The complexity of incident management, coupled with the growing need for multi-agency and multi-functional involvement on incidents, has increased the need for a single standard incident management system that can be utilized by all emergency response agencies. Use of the Incident Command System (ICS) by both public safety and private sector organizations continues to increase across the country. The ICS is designed to be used for all applications, fires (wildland and structural), hazardous materials incidents, law enforcement operations, search and rescue operations, air, ground and water accidents, mass casualty incidents, natural disasters and planned events.
Designed for: Fire officers, law enforcement supervisory personnel, emergency medical officers and emergency management personnel
Course Length: 24 hours
Prerequisite: Basic Incident Command System (I-200)
Course number: 01-11-0159
Registration for all Madison County course is now mandatory. Registration priority is given to County agencies, their regular mutual aid partners, then out of county students. It is the responsibility of the student to contact the fire coordinator if they have registered for a course and their availability has changed.
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