Full course description
June 10 - July 7, 2019
1. Introduction and development of a community threat assessment for natural, technological and man- made incidents.
2. Overview of the logistics and resource needs in a disaster and the structure and function of the logistics section in the NIMS including communications, resource requirements, and communications failure protocols.
3. Organization, implementation and sustainment of a NIMS Preparedness Entity for resource planning and management.
4. Effective establishment and operation of a NIMS Multi-agency coordination System (MACS) to provide resources for tactical emergency operations.