Institue for Emergency Training has been providing consulting, training, team development. exercise design and imlementation for over twenty five years.
Light Urban Search and Resuce
Shoring and Building Collapse
Disaster Patient Management
Triage and Treatment area set-up
Mass Casualty Response
Mass Fatality Management
Emergency Operation Center Development
Development of Policy & Procedures
NIMS (National Incident Management System)
Emergency Response Team
Floor Warden Program
Critical Incident Management Teams
Emergency Operation Positions
All-Hazard Incident Management Teams (IMT 3)
COOP Relocation Teams
Critical Response Teams
Treatment Area Team
Logistics Emergency Teams
Staging Area Management Teams
Exercises are an essential component of an emergency management program and have three main functions:
VALIDATION- To validate plans, protocols, and procedures and demonstrate resolve to prepare for emergencies
TRAINING - To develop staff competencies, to give staff practice in carrying out their roles in the plans, and to assess and improve performance.
TESTING - To test well-established procedures and reveal gaps that may exist.
Institute of Emergency Training provides exercises design and implementation for following.
Exercise simulate emergency situations:
They are used to:
Evaluate your business preparedness and plans
Practice operation procedures
Improve response capabilities
Validate plans, policies, procedures and systems
Determine the effectiviness of communication system
Identify shortfalls in current emergency/coop planning capabilities
Types of exercise
Workshop, Seminar, Orientation
NIMS is a comprehensive, national approach to incident management that is applicable at all jurisdictional levels and across functional disciplines.
It is intended to:
• Be applicable across a full spectrum of potential incidents, hazards, and impacts, regardless of size, location or complexity.
• Improve coordination and cooperation between public and private entities in a variety of incident management activities.
• Provide a common standard for overall incident management.
Incident Management team training for business and industry with basic level Incident Command Training.
What are keys in a successful plan?
Simplicity, flexibility, coordination, leadership and effective communication.
Keep the disaster routine as close as possible to the everyday actions of personnel. Confusion reigns when the plan strays from the norm and people do best what they do everyday.
Use the plan and training as a framework for decision making, which will allow for adjusting the response to the situation.
Knowing what you are supposed to do during an emergency, as well as having a basic understanding of how others are responding.
It is necessary to have advanced knowledge of capabilities and resources both internally and externally.
Training, understanding and use of an Incident Command system provides that platform for effective leadership. Incident Command allows
leadership the framework to provide clear, concise direction and the opportunity to re-evaluate priorities based on need and the greatest good.
Delivery of the right information to the right people, at the right time is critical to the management of the event. At least 50% of the information
you first receive is wrong or incomplete. Effective communication is frequently mentioned as the response element most likely to fail.
Have Institute for Emergency Training review or develop your plan