Incident Management Training
The Incident Management Training is also designed for supervisors and management in the security profession. Lessons include:
•Role of Policy and Procedure
•Emergencies, Crisis's and Catastrophies
•Weapons of Mass Destruction
•Incident Command System
•What to Expect
Successful completion of the preceding courses is required to take this training.
Modules in this training are:
Module 17: The Role of Policy and Procedure
17.1 Identify the goals of Emergency Response
17.2 Identify the characteristics of a Policy
17.3 Identify the characteristics of Procedures
17.4 Understand the role of Policy and Procedure in Emergency Response
Module 18: Emergencies, Crisis's & Catastrophies
18.1 Identify the organizational impact of an Emergency
18.2 Identify the organizational impact of a crisis
18.3 Identify the organizational impact of a catastrophe
18.4 Identify the concept of potentiation
Module 19: Weapons of Mass Destruction
19.1 Identify what BNICE stands for
19.3 Identify the primary hazard of Radiological exposure
19.4 Identify the primary hazard from incendiary devices
19.5 Identify the primary hazard from chemical exposure
19.6 Identify energetic material
19.7 Identify the meaning of Positive Blast Pressure
19.8 Identify the meaning of Negative Blast Pressure
19.9 Identify the components of an IED
Module 20: Incident Command System
20.1 Identify NIMS
20.2 Identify ICS
20.3 Who is in charge of a major incident
20.4 Identify the components of ICS
20.5 Why should security officers be aware of NIMS and ICS
Module 21: What to Expect
21.1 What role does the security officer play in responding to Emergencies, Crisis, and Catastrophes?
21.2 What is the first thing a security officer must do?
21.3 Identify the most common error in response
21.4 What is the first priority in emergency response?
21.5 What is the second priority in emergency response?
21.6 What is the role of sustainability?
21.7 What conditions should Rapid Response Teams be prepared for?