Incident Command Center for Underground Search and Rescue Efforts (Documentation & Training Presentation)
This document is intended to provide command and control center personnel, and surface support organizations with guidance that will allow mine rescue teams and first responders operating in an underground environment to perform their assigned tasks in a safe, expeditious, and competent manner.
Design: This document includes a PowerPoint presentation that can be utilized to help members of the response team understand their roles and responsibilities during an emergency. The training can be given as a 60-minute training presentation. This training can be integrated with annual classroom training or it can be given as a stand-alone training session. The National Incident Management System served as the primary basis for this document and training presentation.
Target Audience: This training has been designed for incident command center personnel and mine rescue teams. However, it can be easily adapted to emergency response personnel involved with other types of emergencies.
Format: The training presentation was developed as a PowerPoint® file with Microsoft Office 2007 using a Microsoft® Windows Vista® operating system. The file formats for this presentation include Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 1997-2003.
To obtain a copy of the Incident Command Center training, please call the EMCIS Main Office at 303-384-2700, or email Mr. Alex Robles, at firstname.lastname@example.org.