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161 CHAPTER 7: BRIEFING TRAINING TOPICS STUDENT HANDOUTS WITH EVALUATION SHEET

162 Sponsoring Agency Logo NCHRP 20-59 (30) ICS for Field Level Transportation Supervisors and Personnel Sponsored by State Transportation Agency Briefing Training Student Handouts

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 163 Safety in ICS • Personnel safety is the #1 objective of all ICS operations ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 2 SAFETY Incident Command System for Field Transportation Personnel ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 1

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 164 Incident Commander Safety Officer PIO Liaison Officer Planning/ Intel Chief Logistics Chief Operations Chief Finance/ Admin Chief Safety in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 4 Incident Commander Safety Officer PIO Liaison Officer Planning/ Intel Chief Logistics Chief Operations Chief Finance/ Admin Chief Safety in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 3

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 165 Safety in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 6 Incident Commander Safety Officer PIO Liaison Officer Planning/ Intel Chief Logistics Chief Operations Chief Finance/ Admin Chief Safety in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 5

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 166 Communications Incident Command System for Field Transportation Personnel ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 8 Questions? ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 7

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 167 Incident Commander Safety Officer PIO Liaison Officer Planning/ Intel Chief Logistics Chief Operations Chief Finance/ Admin Chief Communications in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 10 Communications in ICS • Day to day operations • Mobile radios in vehicles • Hand held radios • Cell phones ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 9

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 168 Communications in ICS • Disaster communications technologies • Text messaging • Satellite phones • Portable repeaters • Satellite dispatch radios • Transportable satellite stations • Portable Wi‐Fi systems • Amateur radio ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 12 IC Safety PIO Liaison Plans Logs Ops F/A IAP: ICS 205 Communications Unit: ICS 205A Communications in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 11

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 169 IC Safety PIO Liaison Plans Logs Ops F/A IAP: ICS 205 Communications Unit: ICS 205A Communications in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 14 Communications in ICS ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 13

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 170 Incident Command System for Field Transportation Personnel ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 16 Questions? ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Communications 15

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 171 Collaboration with Other Professions • Transportation personnel may • Start Incident Command • First on scene • Transportation‐only event • Join Incident Command ICS Ops Unified Command • Agency Liaison • Tech specialist • Ops or Logistics • Join Unified Command • Multiple agencies with equal responsibility for the outcome ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 18 Collaboration with Other Professions • Disasters require collaboration among many emergency response organizations to help the victims • Law enforcement • Fire • EMS • Transportation ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 17

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 172 Collaboration with Other Professions • Joining existing Incident Command • As Agency Liaison • As Technical Specialist • In Operations • In Logistics • Accept IC from another agency ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 20 Collaboration with Other Professions • Starting incident command • First on the scene • Turn over to other profession • Transportation‐only event • Planned event ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 19

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 173 Collaboration with Other Professions • ICS provides the framework for collaboration. • “A successfully managed multiagency incident will occur only when the participating agencies’ personnel have confidence in each other’s competencies, authorities, responsibilities and limitations as they relate to the incident.” • FEMA FOG, 2010, p. 6‐3. ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 22 Collaboration with Other Professions • Unified Command • All professions have an equal role in developing the Common Objectives for the Incident Action Plan (IAP) • “Unified Command is a team effort that allows all agencies with jurisdictional responsibility for an event…to participate in the management of the incident. Developing…a common set of incident objectives…without losing…authority, responsibility or accountability.” FEMA FOG, 2010, p. 6‐2. ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 21

9/5/2015 ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Safety 174 Collaboration with Other Professions QUESTIONS? ICS for Transportation Field Personnel: Collaboration 23

175 State DOT District X Briefing Training: Topic (substitute name of topic) Date Evaluation 5= Completely agree 1= Completely disagree Please circle your responses for 1, 3 and 5 Use the back side for extra space for any question, or for additional comments 1. The briefing was useful for me in my State DOT role: 5 4 3 2 1 2. The most useful thing I learned at today’s ICS seminar was: 3. Today’s briefing seminar provided useful information for working effectively in an ICS event. 5 4 3 2 1 Important thing (s) that should be added for future training: 4. What should be eliminated from future briefing training?

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Web-Only Document 215: Incident Command System (ICS) Training for Field-Level Supervisors and Staff provides training materials and guidance for transportation field personnel to help their organizations operate safely in an emergency or traffic management event. This course is intended to review the basic ICS structures and terminologies aimed to ensure safety, personnel accountability, and support for the agency’s financial reimbursement efforts.

This product includes lesson plans, guidance on classroom set-up, complete slide shows with scripts or instructor prompts, instructions for creating materials, and some information about training for adults. Specifically, the materials include:

1. A video presentation with voice-over of the MSPowerPoint slides for the ICS for Field-Level Transportation Supervisors and Staff training course (Format: ISO of an MP4 file)

2. An Instructor Guide and Student Course Evaluation (Customizable; Format: ZIP file of Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, PDF files).

3. An Instructor Guide and Student Evaluation (Customizable; Format: ZIP file of Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint files)

4. Discussion-Based Training Scenarios, which contain an instructor's guide and student evaluation (Customizable; Format: ZIP file of Microsoft Word files)

5. ICS Quick Start Cards (Customizable; Format: Microsoft Word)

6. A Supervisor’s Folder, which includes a materials list and construction information (Format: Microsoft Word).

The course material provided in this project assumes that instructors have completed classes on delivering training to adults, have certificates in at least ICS 100, 200 and 300, and have some experience with ICS, at the field level or in an Emergency Operations Center (EOC). It is also assumed that instructors may have had experience working with a transportation agency in emergency planning or training, or as a field supervisor, and to have also completed ICS 400 and E/L449 ICS “Incident Command System Curricula TTT” courses.

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