ICS ppt

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Published on February 4, 2008

Author: Semprone

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Slide1:  INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM 101 2004 American Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Academy Slide2:  INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) DEFINITION A nationally used standardized on-scene emergency management system specifically designed to allow its user(s) to adopt an integrated organizational structure. Slide3:  ICS IS A MAJOR COMPONENT OF SEMS SEMS Includes: Operational Area Concept Master Mutual Aid Agreement Multi-Agency Coordination System How Will You Operate?:  How Will You Operate? What should happen… When… At whose direction. Objectives:  Objectives Identify who will be involved in the school’s emergency response. Develop the considerations on which the response will be based. Objectives:  Objectives Develop the emergency organization and assign responsibilities. Identify required resources and additional resources that will be needed. Planning Steps:  Planning Steps Step 1: Identify key players. Step 2: Develop considerations. Step 3: Identify resource requirements. Step 4: Establish chain of command and lines of succession. Step 5: Develop the response plan. Who Should Be Involved?:  Who Should Be Involved? Local Emergency Manager Public Safety decision makers Local service agency personnel Senior Leadership [School Superintendent, University President] Campus Leadership [School Principals, Deans and Directors] Transportation Coordinator Who Should Be Involved?:  Who Should Be Involved? What internal expertise (employee skills) do you have to help develop your plan? Science Instructors Health Care Practitioners & Faculty Cafeteria Supervisor English Faculty or Newspaper Advisor Building and Grounds Supervisor Preparing for the Situation:  Preparing for the Situation Hazards and Probability of impact Campus buildings potentially affected Locations of special populations Critical resource needs Campus and area maps How Will You Operate?:  How Will You Operate? An organization chart A statement about when and how the emergency plan will be implemented Definition of “action levels” and their implementation The general sequence of actions and established timelines [Operational Period] before, during, and after the emergency Who will coordinate directly with local and state responders and how the coordination will take place How Will You Operate?:  How Will You Operate? All schools should have an organizational system in place that includes: The person in charge and their line of succession. Administrative staff. Faculty. Maintenance personnel. Incident Command System:  Incident Command System Method for managing emergencies Most commonly used by: First-response agencies Emergency medical services Emergency management personnel ICS Principles:  ICS Principles Emergencies require certain tasks or functions to be performed. Every incident needs a person in charge. No one should direct more than 7 others. No one should report to more than 1 person. ICS Principles:  ICS Principles Everyone should: Know common terminology before an emergency. Make use of common terminology to refer to the situation. Work from the same set of achievable objectives. ICS Principles:  ICS Principles This will you ensure that school and response personnel are “speaking the same language?” No codes should be used unless absolutely necessary. When codes are necessary, ensure that both school and response personnel know them in advance. ICS Interaction:  ICS Interaction ICS Organization:  ICS Organization Incident Commander Operations Safety Officer Liaison Officer Information Officer Planning Logistics Finance/Admin Slide19:  COMMAND-MANAGEMENT COMMAND (Field-School Site) MANAGEMENT (AGENCY EOC) OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL INCIDENT ACTIVITY ON SITE ESTABLISHES AND IMPLEMENTS AGENCY POLICY; MANAGES ALL JURISDICTIONAL ACTIVITIES Slide20:  OPERATIONS FIELD OPERATIONS (Field-School Site-) EOC OPERATIONS(AGENCY EOC) DIRECTS THE TACTICAL RESPONSE OF ALL INCIDENT OPERATIONS ON SITE COORDINATES ALL AGENCY OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE RESPONSE Slide21:  PLANNING-INTELLIGENCE COLLECTS, PROCESSES AND DOCUMENTS INFORMATION AT THAT SITE FOR USE ON THE INCIDENT COLLECTS, ANALYZES, PROCESSES, AND DOCUMENTS INFORMATION FOR USE IN JURISDICTION - WIDE PLANNING. PLANNING/ INTELLIGENCE (Field-School Site) PLANNING / INTELLIGENCE (AGENCY EOC) Slide22:  ACTION PLANNING Conducted at the Incident (School Site). Conducted in the EOC (Agency). Used To: Identify Objectives and Actions for functions and branches. Estimate completion time or Operational Periods. Primary Responsibility of the Planning & Intelligence Branch Slide23:  LOGISTICS PROVIDES SERVICES, PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE INCIDENTS ON SITE PROVIDES SERVICES, PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, AND FACILITIES IN SUPPORT OF ALL AGENCY OPERATIONS LOGISTICS (Field-School Site) LOGISTICS (AGENCY EOC) Slide24:  FINANCE-ADMINISTRATION PROVIDES FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND COST CONTROL AT INCIDENT SITE OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR FISCAL ACCOUNTING, COMPENSATION & CLAIMS, AND FOR AGENCY’S DISASTER SURVEY REPORT FINANCE- ADMIN. (Field-School Site) FINANCE- ADMIN. (District EOC) Incident Command System:  Incident Command System Incident Commander responsibilities: Assess the situation. Establish objectives. Track resource availability. Develop and monitor the action plan. Ensure proper documentation. Appoint additional staff as necessary. School Site ICS Organization:  School Site ICS Organization Principal (School Commander) Science Teacher (Operations Chief) English Teacher (Information Officer) Health Teacher (Safety Officer) Assistant Principal (Liaison Officer) History Teacher (Planning Chief) Social Studies Teacher (Logistics Chief) Math Teacher (Finance/Admin Chief) How Will You Operate?:  How Will You Operate? What other assignments might you need in a severe emergency or disaster? Search and rescue Medical Student care and reunification Crisis Response School Site ICS Structure:  School Site ICS Structure Incident Commander Safety Officer Liaison Officer Information Officer Planning Logistics Admin Documentation Situation Analysis Operations Security S&R Medical Student Care Student Release Crisis Response College ICS Organization:  College ICS Organization Medical Incident:  Medical Incident Incident Commander: Principal Operations Logistics Planning Administration EMS Medic Ambulance Fire Incident:  Fire Incident Incident Commander: Fire Operations: Fire Logistics Planning Admin Police Fire School Major Incident:  Major Incident Incident Commander Safety Officer Liaison Officer Information Officer Planning Logistics Admin All Agencies Operations Police Fire School Red Cross District Staging ICS Unified Command:  ICS Unified Command Unified Command: Fire, Law Enforcement, School Operations: Fire Logistics Planning Admin Police Fire Expanded Organization:  Expanded Organization Incident Commander Operations Safety Officer Liaison Officer Public Information Officer Planning Logistics Finance/Admin Situation Analysis Documentation Security Search & Rescue Student Care Timekeeping Staffing Communications Supplies Purchasing Medical What Do You Have? :  What Do You Have? What resources would you need to be self-sufficient for 72 hours? Tools Medical supplies Food and blankets What Do You Need?:  What Do You Need? Slide37:  COMMON TERMINOLOGY Organizational Structure and Functions Position Titles Facilities Resources Review Slide38:  ORGANIZATIONAL FLEXIBILITY Only activate the branches that you need. Review Management Operations Public Information Officer Planning & Intelligence Logistics Finance & Administration Slide39:  Appropriate supervision ratio (Span of Control) 3 to 7 personnel per supervisor Clear organizational lines of authority (Chain of Command) CONSISTENT HEIRARCHY Review Slide40:  MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES Measurable & Attainable Objectives Identified Time-Frames (Operational Period) Review Activity: ICS Wedding Planning:  Activity: ICS Wedding Planning 1. Brainstorm about all the activities that occur around a wedding. 2. Use ICS to make personnel assignments for the activities. Slide42:  Thank You for Attending

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