Incident Command Center

This is a one day course that focuses on topics pertinent to the successful management of emergency responses. The content of this training is based on published documents from FEMA and Homeland Security (National Incident Management System). It includes instruction on effective decision-making and communications during mine emergencies, including the structure and function of an incident command center. This training can be combined with the Mine Rescue Computer Simulation Training for another full day of training.


Target Audience:

  • Mine Management Representatives
  • Mine Rescue Teams

Objectives:

  • Proper and successful management of emergency responses based upon FEMA and The Homeland Security National Incident Management System

Content:

  • Effective decision-making during mine emergencies
  • Communication during mine emergencies
  • Structure and function of an incident command center

Duration:

  • One day

Course Dates:

  • To be determined

Location:

  • CSM Edgar Mine in Idaho Springs, CO

Registration:

  • Please contact Clancy Harman at charman@mines.edu or call the EMCIS main office at 303-384-2700 to tailor a specific training program to fit your needs.

 

 

 

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