Implementing Incident Command for Healthcare Providers - Ortonville
The Southwest Healthcare Preparedness Coalition is hosting Implementing Incident Command for Healthcare Providers. This class was developed specifically to assist healthcare workers with roles in the Incident Command System (ICS) learn or review how and when to implement the ICS. The class will teach and reinforce the principle components of the Incident Command System. The objectives for the Implementing ICS class are: · Define the National Response Framework (NRF) and review the 5 key principles. · Define the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and review the components. · Define the Incident Command System (ICS) and review the 3 major components. · Explain the relationship between NRF, NIMS, and ICS. · Define and review the ICS Principles and Positions including: the comprehensive emergency management cycle, command responsibilities, ICS structure, accountability, span of control theory, and the transfer of command.
· This discussion and review, is followed by a brief tabletop based scenario and simulated implementation of the Incident Command System. At the conclusion of this training, most participants have gained the necessary knowledge and understanding to complete the FEMA IS 700 and FEMA IS 100HC courses with ease..