Agency, Area Command, Badging, Base, Branch, Cache, Chain of Command, Complex, Cooperating Agency, Credentialing, Delegation, Department Operations Center (DOC), Emergency, Emergency Management, Emergency Operations Center (EOC), Evacuation, Hazard, Incident Action Plan (IAP), Incident Command System (ICS), Information Management, Interoperability, Joint Information Center (JIC), Mobilization Guide, Multiagency Coordination (MAC), Multijurisdictional Incident, National Incident Management System (NIMS), National Response Framework (NRF), Nongovernmental Organization (NGO), Personal Accountability, Preparedness Organizations, Public Information Officer (PIO), Resource Management, Safety Officer, Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), Unified Approach, Volunteer
At the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Describe the ICS organization appropriate to the complexity of the incident or event
- Use the ICS to manage an incident or event
- Describe chain of command and formal communication relationships
- Identify common leadership responsibilities
- Describe span of control and modular development
- Describe the use of position titles
- Describe the delegation of authority process
- Describe the scope of authority
- Describe management by objectives
- Describe the importance of preparedness plans and agreements
- Describe the functions of organization positions with the Incident Command System (ICS)
- Identify the ICS tools needed to manage an incident
- Demonstrate the use of an ICS Form 201
- Describe components of field, staff, and selection briefings/meetings
- Plan to give an operational period briefing
- Explain how the modular organization expand the contracts
- Given a scenario, complete a complexity analysis
- Define the five types of incidents
- Describe the process of transfer of command
- List the essential elements of information involved in transfer of command
IS-200 follows National Incident Management System (NIMS) guidelines and meets the NIMS Baseline Training requirements for IS-200. IS-200.HCa is designed to provide training on the Incident Command System (ICS) to healthcare professionals whose primary responsibility is emergency management, to include middle management within a hospital or healthcare system. Such professionals may include physicians, department managers, unit leaders, charge nurses, and hospital administrators that would have a leadership role during an incident.
Hospital personnel that would have a direct role in emergency preparedness, incident management, and/or emergency response during an incident.
- IS-100.HC Introduction to the Incident Command System for Healthcare/Hospitals is a prerequisite.
- Completion of IS 700A, National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction is recommended.
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Creation and/or update:
October 31, 2013