East Morgan - Banner Health EM - HIMT Institute (HICS Positions Overview and Application of HICS Forms)

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East Morgan - Banner Health EM - HIMT Institute (HICS Positions Overview and Application of HICS Forms)

Overview This course will provide participants with an introduction to the HICS Command Staff and General Staff positions along with the utilization of the HICS forms for each position. The course includes hands-on training by utilizing the HICS Forms and Job Action Sheets and the completion of an Incident Action Plan.  Learning Objectives            1. Provide overview of roles and responsibilities of the Command Section positions                            a. Incident Commander                            b. Liaison Officer                            c. Public Information Officer                            d. Safety Officer                            e.

Medical/Technical Specialist            2. Provide an overview of roles and responsibilities of the General Section positions                                a. Operations Section Chief                                b. Planning Section Chief                                c. Logistics Section Chief                                d. Finance / Administration Section Chief            3. Provide an overview of the HICS Activation process            4. Provide an overview of each Job Action Sheet and appropriate HICS Forms            5. Provide hands-on, discussion-based practice scenario  Target Audience Participants should include:              - Healthcare personnel who are likely to assume a leadership HICS position in the Hospital Command Center.

            - Healthcare personnel who have primary responsibility for emergency management.              - Healthcare Emergency Management Committee members or those key leaders whose departments support the Emergency Operations Plan. Recommended Prerequisites ICS-100: Introduction to Incident Command System—Link to Course ICS-200.HCA: Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations - Link to Course ICS-700.b: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System - Link to Course ICS-800.c: An Introduction to the National Response Framework—Link to Course  Course Length 2 .5 hours  Certification This course will utilize a certificate to show completion.  Evaluation Strategy This course will utilize three evaluation strategies:              1.

Participant feedback during training discussion              2. Group discussion of emergency management and preparedness concepts              3. Course Evaluation Form  .

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