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EM 191 Incident Command System/Emergency Operations Center Interface Course
This course is designed to enable participants to develop ICS/EOC interface implementation strategies, or action plans, for their communities. The course reviews the ICS and EOC models of emergency management operations, including coordination, communication, and chief executive decisiomaking. It enhances knowledge and skills needed for clarifying roles, responsibilities, and relationships prior to a disaster through small-group and large-group exercises. The course stresses that final coordination and operation structures are a matter for local governments to resolve in the planning process. It is the intent of the course to stimulate thinking and, ultimately, action in this area.
The audience for this course should include emergency managers and responders who must operationalize the ICS/EOC interface in the field.
This course was released by FEMA in July 1995 and will take approximately six hours to complete.
There are eight units and one appendices in this course. The course file is approximately 1.5 megabyte for the benefit of low bandwidth (14.4 and 28.8 modem) users. The naming protocol is em191.exe. Graphics may not be optimum in these documents due to originals and file size considerations.
Upon receiving your paid registration, we will send you the password to open these. We recommend you print out the pages as you need them and keep them as a paper reference.
The test is taken online. When you pass the test, you will be mailed a certificate of completion.
The final exam is 25 questions taken from the reading material. You may use any of the materials while taking the test.
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