This 16-hour course is designed to increase the participant's skills and knowledge
needed at an emergency scene in an effort to start the sequence of events required to
bring the incident to a successful conclusion or in preparation for the arrival of
upper level supervisors.
The course covers the Incident Command System, the critical tasks that first responders must perform to stabilize an emergency in the first twenty minutes of the incident. Skills are developed through a series of simulated emergency incidents using a scale model city.
This course is designed to increase the participant's knowledge and ability to manage
a variety of resources at an emergency incident in order to bring the event to a
Course content includes the Monroe County Incident Management System, the process of
assembling and coordinating the resources required to mitigate an emergency and
interfacing with a variety of responding agencies, through classroom presentations and
simulations of emergency incidents on a table top HO-scale model city.
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Updated: October 3, 2001