Incident Command System for Management Chad Warner
Emergency Management Under the Incident Command System
A quick, systematic response to a hazardous material release is not only a good idea, but also a requirement under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120. OSHA requires supervisors who are expected to organize and manage a team responding to a Hazardous Materials release to complete a minimum of 8 hours of Incident Management Training. We address HazMat, Medical, Fire, Explosion and Security issues in our computer-generated and videobased tabletop scenarios.
Our specialists incorporate your site’s Emergency Response Plan with likely spill scenarios to provide site-specific training for your management staff. While the training is primarily designed for chemical spills, this management system will apply to all emergency situations and potential hazards. In addition to managing onsite activities, the training also highlights the role of Local, State and Federal First Responders according to the National Incident Management System. Our Incident Command System for Management Training is an 8-hour class.
On Scene Incident Commanders are individuals who will assume control of the incident scene beyond the First Responder Awareness Level. They shall receive at least 24 hours of training equal to the First Responder Operations Level and in addition have competency in the Class Topics listed and the employer so shall certify.
An understanding of how to implement the employer’s Incident Command System.
An understanding of how to implement the employer’s Emergency Response Plan
An understanding of how to implement the local Emergency Response Plan.
An understanding of the State Emergency Response Plan and the Federal Regional Response Team.
An understanding of the hazards and risks associated with employees working in chemical protective clothing.
An understanding of the importance of decontamination procedures.