Advanced Certificate in Field Incident Command [GA]
18 - 20 November 2012
The Field Incident Command Course is specifically designed for those persons who may be called upon to attend or manage an emergency or disaster situation and meets OSHA requirements.
With the increase in natural disasters across the world and the higher risks associated with expanding industry there is a real need for more people to be trained in field emergency management to prevent the loss of life and damage to infrastructure.
Participation in this course will train you to effectively manage and take control of emergency situations using International ICS 100, 200 and 300 standards.
The Incident Command System (ICS) is an internationally accepted tool used for the command, control, and coordination of emergency response.
The ICS allows people to work together and communicate effectively in emergency situations especially when they may be drawn from multiple agencies that do not routinely work together.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Security Professionals, Risk Management specialists, Emergency Response Team, Emergency Dispatch Personnel, Plant Security Heads, Former and serving police investigators, Investigation officers & Facility Managers
‘This is one of the best Dispatcher Course I’ve ever attended’
- Bader AlYateem, Fire Officer, KNPC
‘This is the first training class where I felt all training material was delivered successfully through many practical exercises.’
‘I would like to extend my appreciation to Mr Adrian Francis with his excellent co-operation and helpful and he keep me interested to learn more and new information which I hope will reflect in my job’
‘Adrian Francis is one of the greatest professional men I have ever met in my job field. With this course he cleared some hidden ideas I missed. I wish to meet him again and again’
- What is an incident?
- Understanding the evolution of the ICS
- Introduction to the ICS
- ICS Purposes
- Initial Response to an Incident or Emergency
- Selection of the Incident Commander
- Role and Responsibility of the Incident Commander
- Incident Commander problems
- Manageable Span of Control
- Selecting the right team
- Transfer of Command
- Understanding the initial emergency call
- Communicating to the right people
- Responding the correct services and support groups
- Knowing and reading your environment
- Knowing your limitations
- The importance of the emergency radio dispatcher
- Staging areas
- The incident Command Post
- Effective Communications
- The importance of being flexible
- Managing the emergency
- Wind direction – Considerations
- Evacuation considerations
- Understanding Emergency Response Plans
- Effective use of resources
- Use of technology to assist the Incident Commander
- Working with the media
- Working with Senior Management
- Understanding the debrief
- The clean up
- Business continuity
- Root cause analysis.
- Practical Exercise – Respond and Setup Incident Command Post
Contact Kris at firstname.lastname@example.org to Register today!