The Incident Command System

Since the school shootings of the 1990s, the terrorist attacks of 2001, the Station Night Club fire in Rhode Island, the California mudslides, Western wildfires other tragic events, most people are aware of the importance of mitigation and emergency preparedness, especially those of us who are responsible for the safety and security of our park and recreation users. Setting the Stage I’m assuming that the reader has gone through some of the first steps of Emergency Response Plan (ERP) development …


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