NIMS Incident Command System Field Guide
Get instant access to critical key points of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) that can help you make decisions fast.Whether you're at the local, state or federal level or in private industry, the NIMS Incident Command System Field More...
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Get instant access to critical key points of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) that can help you make decisions fast.Whether you're at the local, state or federal level or in private industry, the NIMS Incident Command System Field Guide puts NIMS compliance information at your fingertips. This reference clearly and concisely outlines what you need to know about NIMS objectives, making it an ideal tool for NIMS and incident command training, during training and functional exercises and, most importantly, in the field where you need it most. Combine this guide with your training and feel confident that your NIMS compliance requirements are met. The new Second Edition features an expanded and improved section on the operational planning process, improved checklists for all functional positions, updated information on the relationship between NIMS and the National Response Framework (NRF), and expanded information on Multiagency Coordination Systems and Joint Information Systems. New features include: NIMS Overview and Major ComponentsJoint Information SystemsMulti-Agency Coordination SystemIncident Command System ConceptsSample Planning SchedulesSample Meeting AgendaPosition-Specific Prompts for Command and OperationsSample ICS Organizational ChartsPlanning Process and CycleIncident Action Plan (IAP)ICS Forms and TemplatesNational Response Framework RelationshipNIMS/ICS Glossary and AcronymsICS Position Responsibilities and Checklists
Dr Jeff Jones has been a senior consultant and head of training and consultancy unit at the Centre for British Teachers CfBT in Reading since 1998, and is the well known author of such books as Monitoring and Evaluation for School Improvement, (2000), and Performance Management for School Improvement (2001)