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Our Mission: To Empower You with the Skills Needed to Respond Effectively to any Emergency.



This 16-hour course introduces law enforcement, fire and EMS personnel, as well as business and industry representatives, to the goals and objectives of each other's area of responsibility during emergency response. Through classroom instruction and simulations, students will discuss potential problems, practice decision making, and coordinate an operation to solve these problems. The program concentrates on the all-important implementation of an Incident Command System (ICS) and stabilization phase, or initial 20 to 30 minutes of response to an emergency situation involving multiple agencies.

Target Audience:

The Public Safety Critical Incident Management (PSCIM) course is designed for emergency services personnel who have supervisory, management or decision making responsibilities within the scope of their duties. Others who may benefit from attending the PSCIM course include emergency managers, red cross disaster services personnel, environmental officials, transportation/public works officials, along with private sector emergency response personnel including safety officers, facility coordinators and towing and recovery operators.

Qualifications to Attend:

Experience has demonstrated that those individuals who have previous training in the Incident Command System will benefit the most from the PSCIM course. Suggestions for attendance include:

  • Fire Service: Lieutenants up through Chiefs.
  • Law Enforcement: Police officers, troopers, sheriffs, deputies; particularly sergeants, lieutenants, supervisors, etc.
  • EMS: officers, captains, lieutenants, supervisors and agency crew chiefs.
  • Business/Industry: emergency response personnel, safety officers, plant supervisors, SARA Title III facility coordinators.



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