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EM 191 Incident Command System/Emergency Operations Center Interface Course

What You Get: Eight units and one appendix in one file with over 72 pages.

See some Sample Test Questions

UNIT 1: COURSE INTRODUCTION

Course Overview
Course Materials

UNIT 2: ICS/EOC INTERFACE EXERCISE I

Introduction
Small–Group Exercise
Unit Summary

UNIT 3: INTERDICTION TO THE INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS)

Introduction
ICS History and Laws Relating to ICS

ICS History
Laws Relating to ICS

ICS Concepts, Principles, and Structure

Common Terminology
Modular Organization
Integrated Communications
Unity of Command
Unified Command
Consolidated Action Plan
Span of Control
Designated Incident Facilities
Comprehensive Resource Management

Functional Elements of ICS
Unit Summary

UNIT 4: INTRODUCTION TO THE EMERGENCY OPERATING CENTER (EOC)

Introduction
EOC Principles and Purpose
EOC Representatives

Organizational Structure

Unit Summary

UNIT 5: ICS/EOC RELATIONSHIPS

Introduction
Exercise: ICS and EOC Roles and Responsibilities
Unit Summary

UNIT 6: ICS/EOC INTERFACE EXERCISE II

Introduction
Small-Group Exercise
Unit Summary

UNIT 7: ICS/EOC ACTION PLANNING

Introduction
Small-Group Exercise
Unit Summary

UNIT 8: COURSE SUMMARY

Course Review

APPENDIX: GLOSSARY

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

The Federal government requires ICS to be used for

a. state and local emergency response to natural disasters.
b. all-hazard emergencies.
c. the Environmental Protection Agency requires non-OSHA States to use ICS at hazardous materials incidents.
d. only Federally designated disaster events.

The "Voice of Government" can best be described as

a. the community's public radio presence.
b. a FEMA publication.
c. the concept of giving everyone equal say in disaster recovery.
d. the Emergency Operations Center.

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