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Multi-Agency Coordination System, ICS-401 ICS Multi-Agency Coordination (I-401): NIIMS-ICS CURRICULUM - MODULE 16

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 used by all emergency response disciplines. Use of the Incident Command System by public safety and private sector organizations across the country is increasing. ICS is now being used for a variety of applications including:

Course Objectives:

  • Fires (structural and wildland)
  • Hazardous Materials Incidents
  • Law Enforcement Operations
  • Search and Rescue Missions
  • Air, Ground and Water Accidents
  • Multi-casualty Incidents
  • Natural Disasters, e.g., tornadoes
  • Planned Events, e.g., parades

Who Should Attend: This course is designed for a wide variety of participants from various disciplines, including but not limited to:

  • Fire Service
  • Law Enforcement
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Emergency Management
  • Public Works
  • Federal, State and Local Agencies
  • Business/Industry
  • Utilities
  • Cooperating Agencies

Prerequisites: ICS Intermediate I-300

Topics and Issues to be Covered:

Multi-Agency Coordination, describes the major elements associated with developing and implementing an effective Multi-agency Coordination System compatible with the Incident Command System. The module describes essential differences between Area Command, Multi-agency Coordination Systems, and jurisdictional Emergency Operations Centers.

Course Length:
Approximately 8 hours

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