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Title: NIMS


1
  • NIMS
  • Training
  • Report

2
NIMS Compliance in Georgia
3
NIMS is a comprehensive system that will improve
response operations through the use of the
Incident Command System (ICS) and other standard
procedures and preparedness measures
4
Why are we doing this?
  • To enhance the ability of the United States to
    manage domestic incidents by establishing a
    single, comprehensive national incident
    management system.

5
  • Implementation of NIMS and the NRP is
    identified as one of three overarching national
    priorities in the 2006 Homeland Security Grant
    Program that will contribute to the development
    of multiple capabilities

6
Beginning in FY 2007, which starts on October 1,
2006, all federal preparedness funding will be
conditioned upon full compliance with NIMS
7
What NIMS Compliance is NOT meant to be
  • A checklist of items to complete in order to
    insure continued or future federal preparedness
    funding
  • A stack of training certificates

8
What compliance with NIMS will do
  • When fully implemented, NIMS builds Georgias
    capacity to effectively respond to and manage
    natural and man made disasters
  • By----

9
  • Ensuring the usage of a common and proven
    incident management system
  • Maintaining a response operation capable of
    expanding to meet an escalating situation and
    integrating resources from MAAs
  • Ability to order and track response assets using
    common resource typing and definitions
  • Establishing staging and allocation plans for
    re-distribution of resources coming in from other
    localities, states or the federal government
  • Establishing appropriate ICS structure to
    effectively manage an incident
  • Ensuring effective interoperable communications
    among first responders, 911 centers and
    Multi-agency coordination centers

10
What should local jurisdictions be doing?
  • Use ICS to manage emergencies and preplanned
    events
  • Use multi-agency coordination systems to
    coordinate and support emergency incident
    management
  • Use Joint Information Systems and Joint
    Information Center to communicate to public
  • Coordinate all federal preparedness funding to
    implement NIMS across the community

11
What should local jurisdictions be doing?
  • Revise and update SOPs and plans to incorporate
    NIMS
  • Participate in and promote intrastate and
    interagency mutual aid agreements
  • Complete NIMS and ICS training for appropriate
    personnel to prescribed level
  • Incorporate NIMS/ICS into all local and regional
    training and exercises
  • Interoperability and plain language

12
Where to start
  • All local jurisdictions should
  • Assess where they are right now with NIMS
    compliance
  • Use assessment to identify gaps and develop a
    strategy and time line for full implementation
    based on results of assessment

13
National Incident Management Compliance
Assurance Support Tool (NIMCAST)
  • Automated self-assessment instrument
  • Based on thorough deconstruction of the NIMS
    document released March 1, 2004
  • Identifies compliance criteria imbedded in the
    NIMS
  • Originally comprised of 518 assessment questions,
    the NIMCAST currently asks 75 questions
  • Helps fulfill DHS duties as outlined in HSPD-5,
    Management of Domestic Incidents and HSPD-8,
    National Preparedness
  • A resource tool to help jurisdictions implement
    the NIMS

14
Benefits of using NIMCAST
  • Jurisdictions at all levels of government
    nationwide will be able to assess their own level
    of readiness
  • DHS will be able to determine the Nations
    current state of readiness
  • DHS will be able to identify trends, to include
    problem areas geographically
  • If used annually, DHS will be able to measure
    NIMS implementation progress nationwide
  • Baseline data is important to developing a robust
    NIMS implementation plan, strategic plan, and
    budget forecast

15
State driven initiatives
  • Adoption of NIMS at community level
  • Maintaining NIMCAST database for local and state
    entities to establish initial baselines for NIMS
    compliance and develop a timeframe and strategy
    for full NIMS compliance
  • Revision of Georgia Emergency Operations Plan and
    electronic Local Emergency Operations Plan
    template
  • Resource tracking system development
  • Website
  • Training development

16
FAQs
  • What does full NIMS compliance mean?
  • Is completing the NIMCAST required to be NIMS
    compliant?
  • Who will audit NIMS compliance in Georgia?
  • What federal preparedness grant programs are
    affected by non-compliance?
  • Who needs to take NIMS, NRP and ICS training in
    FY06 to be compliant with NIMS requirements?

17
State of GeorgiaNIMS ICS Training Plan
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NIMS Training Guidelines Baseline for Training
Command Staff
ICS-400 Advanced ICS or Equivalent
(FY07) ICS-300 Intermediate ICS or equivalent
(FY07) ICS-200 Basic ICS or equivalent ICS-100
Introduction to ICS or equivalent FEMA IS-800
National Response Plan (NRP), An Introduction
(FY07) FEMA IS-700 NIMS, An Introduction
Front Line Supervisors First line supervisors,
single resource leaders, field supervisors, and
other emergency management/ response personnel
that require a higher level of ICS/ NIMS
training.
Middle Management
Front Line Employees Entry level first
responders and Disaster workers including
EMS personnel, firefighters, hospital staff,
police officers, public health workers, public
works/ utility personnel, skilled support
personnel, and other emergency management
response personnel at the federal, state, and
local level.
ICS-300 Intermediate ICS or equivalent (FY07)
ICS-200 Basic ICS or equivalent ICS-100
Introduction to ICS or equivalent FEMA IS-800
National Response Plan (NRP), An Introduction
(FY07) FEMA IS-700 NIMS, An Introduction
Middle Management Middle management
including strike team leaders, task
force leaders, unit leaders, division/ group
supervisors, branch directors, and
multi-agency coordination system/ emergency
operations center staff.
Command Staff Command and general staff, select
department heads with multi-agency coordination
system responsibilities, area commanders,
emergency managers, and multi-agency coordination
system/emergency operations center managers.
Front Line Supervisors
ICS-200 Basic ICS or equivalent ICS-100
Introduction to ICS or equivalent FEMA IS-700
NIMS, An Introduction
Front Line Employees
ICS-100 Introduction to ICS or
equivalent FEMA IS-700 NIMS, An
Introduction
Entry level first responders and Disaster
workers including EMS personnel, firefighters,
hospital staff, police officers, public
health workers, public works/ utility personnel,
skilled support personnel, and other
emergency management response personnel at the
federal, state, and local level.
First line supervisors, single resource leaders,
field supervisors, and other emergency
management/ response personnel that require a
higher level of ICS/ NIMS training.
Middle management including strike team leaders,
task force leaders, unit leaders, division/ group
supervisors, branch directors, and
multi-agency coordination system/ emergency
operations center staff.
Command and general staff, select department
heads with multi-agency coordination system
responsibilities, area commanders, emergency
managers, and multi-agency coordination
system/emergency operations center managers.
www.fema.training.gov
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Training to date
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Example Local PlanFitzgerald Ben Hill County
  • NIMS 402 Executive Briefing
  • County Commission
  • Mayors
  • County and City Managers
  • Sheriff
  • Department Heads
  • Authorized for ALL Employees
  • NIMS IS 700
  • NIMS IS 100
  • NIMS IS 200

21
Example Local PlanFitzgerald Ben Hill County
(cont.)
  • Training Goals for FY 06 Met
  • FY 07
  • Introduction to Unified Command for Multi-agency
    and Catastrophic Incidents for ALL departments
  • NIMS IS 300 as required for assignments
  • NIMS IS 400 as required for assignments

22
Emergency Management InstituteIncident Command
System Curriculum
I-100 Intro to ICS
All Hazards
Law Enforcement
Public Works
Public Health
Federal Disaster Workers
Hospitals
I-200 Basic ICS
All Hazards
Law Enforcement
Public Works
Public Health
Federal Disaster Workers
Hospitals
I-300 Intermediate ICS
All Disciplines
Federal Disaster Workers
I-400 Advanced ICS
All Disciplines
Federal Disaster Workers
23
Georgia Public Safety Training Center
  • Georgia Fire Academy classes already include
    elements of ICS, UC and NIMS.
  • Georgia Police Academy has modified each of their
    courses from Basic Mandate through Supervision
    and Management to include elements of NIMS.
  • Georgia Emergency Management Agency also provides
    ICS/NIMS classes at the Georgia Public Safety
    Training Center.

24
  • GEMA OHS, GFC and GPSTC are tasked by the
    Governor to get NIMS implemented in Georgia
  • GPSTC is the training arm
  • Over 343 classes reaching 10,000 students are
    planned or have been conducted. Dozens arrive
    daily.
  • Locally delivered, regional hosts and on campus
    at GPSTC

25
  • Partnership between GEMA OHS Georgia Forestry
    and GPSTC ( training) to guide Georgia into NIMS
    compliance
  • Training to occur in all 8 areas of the state
  • 100-200 and some unified command now
  • 300-400 plus command and general staff functions
    classes
  • Position specific training
  • IMT teams for the areas. 3 deep in each position

26
NIMS Training Options
  • Georgia Fire Academy courses (National Fire
    Academy, GA Forestry instructors and EMI courses)
  • NIMS-IS 700 An Introduction
  • Executive Briefing on Emergency Incident
    Management (IS 402)
  • NIMS-Incident Command System for the Fire Service
    (100200)
  • NIMS-Incident Command System for Emergency
    Medical Services (100200)
  • NIMS Incident Command System for Law Enforcement
    (100200)

27
NIMS Training Options
  • Georgia Fire Academy Courses (cont.)
  • Introduction to Unified Command for Multi-agency
    and Catastrophic Incidents (IS 300)
  • IS 300 series courses are being delivered NOW
  • IS 400 series courses will begin in late summer
    06
  • Incident Management Teams classes are planned for
    Summer 06 and continuing through 07

28
How to get training in GA
  • website for requesting training
  • www.nims.gpstc.georgia.gov
  • 478-993-4308
  • Use the PDF request for training form to ask
    for training to come locally
  • NIMS program coordinator, Al Wright, will
    contact your organization to set up courses.
  • Existing courses posted as they are scheduled
  • sign up online thru normal GPSTC procedures, or
    FAX or mail.
  • New calendar online May 22, 2006.

29
NIMS IMT Qualifications
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The Need?
  • Major Incidents require a level of ICS well
    above whats necessary to operate at a routine
    incident.
  • These low frequency, high risk incidents can
    create significant issues if not properly managed

31
Georgia is in the development stages of IMT
qualification process, A lot of Training is
being accomplished
32
But what makes ICS Work?
  • Theory and Big Picture stratagems are only
    one piece of the puzzle(i.e. classroom training)
  • Nature of the Problem does not dictate
    expertise required for most IMT positions

33
IMT Position Specific Certification Process
  • Position Skills specific to the IMT job
  • Job of the IMT Manage the Incident

34
Incidents are managed in 5 basic levels of
complexity and require specific IMT abilities
  • Type 1 (National Level Support)
  • Type 2 Complex (State Level Declaration)
  • Type 3 Extended Attack (District/Region-Leve
    l)
  • Type 4 Initial Attack -Mutual Aid Level
  • Type 5 - Local Level/Jurisdiction

35
95 of Incidents are Type 5/4
Single Jurisdiction (County/City) Fire, EMS,
Law Enforcement, etc. respond and take action
with local resources IC is most experienced -
from Jurisdictional Agency
I.C
Can Perform all IMT Management Functions on
small Incidents
NIMS Basic Training Provides IMT Skills at This
Level
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AS INCIDENT COMPLEXITY GROWS (Type 4 plus)
Span-of-Control begins to deteriorate beyond
5-1
Safety is Compromised
!
I.C.
37
Options Transition to State Type 3-2 Incident
Command Team
Unified Incident Command
Ops
Finance
Plans
Logistics
38
Type 3 Region Teams
  • All-Hazard / All-Risk / Multi-Agency
  • IMT Certification/Credentials begin at this
    level..

39
State IMTs Will Support NIMS By
  • Mentor development of ICS first responders
    through training, shadowing, drills,,,
  • Identify IMT Budget Requirements and Funding
    Sources
  • Develop Georgia IMT Mobilization and Procedure
    Guides

40
Why is the Forest Service at the Pentagon?
They already have Teams and expertise in dealing
with Complex Incident Management
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Type 1 IncidentNational Level Support
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Type 1 - National Level IMTNational Mobilization
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Review What must be done?
Unified / Multi-Jurisdiction Participation Comm
on Qualifications Execute Organized
Transition Type 32 Ga. State IMTs
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Wrap-upWhere Do We Go Next?
  • Follow-up Planning MeetingMOUS / Protocol for
    Application
  • Finance / Budget
  • Certifications and Database Management
  • Identify Team Players for Region (Type3) and
    State (Type2) IMTs

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PRESENTERS
David M Wall Georgia Fire Academy
Director dwall_at_gpstc.state.ga.us 478-993-4670
Butch Beach Georgia Police Academy
Director bbeach_at_gpstc.state.ga.us 478-993-4467
Lanney D. Holmes Law Enforcement Program
Manager Georgia Office of Homeland
Security-GEMA lholmes_at_gema.state.ga.us
404-635-7237
Monroe Gaines Georgia Forestry Commission mgaines_at_
gfc.state.ga.us 478-751-3507
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