16-Hour Incident Command System (ICS)

The 16-Hour Incident Command System (ICS) is a 16-hour classroom-based course designed to provide multi-discipline or multi-jurisdiction course intended for front-line personnel with supervisory responsibilities, such as the incident commander or planning section chief. Overall Learning Objectives: Identify types of emergencies and their characteristics • Identify potential emergencies at work sites • Understand legal requirements for emergency response • Understand best practices for the Incident Management System and constraints • Understand context of your team within local, state, and federal teams • Describe function of various team elements and training required • Identify complete and incomplete elements in an emergency response plan • Identify approaches to improve plan/resources • Access electronic information resource(s) • Identify correct and incorrect actions during a response • Identify the post-emergency actions needed. For further information or to register for this class CLICK HERE.