Definitions for "Incident Command System"
Combination of facilities, equipment, personnel, procedures, and communications operating within a common organizational structure with responsibility for management of assigned resources to effectively direct and control the response to an incident. Intended to expand, as situation requires larger resources, without requiring new, reorganized command structure. (NEMA Term)
Predetermined organizational structure for potential mass casualty events that address planning, operations, logistics, finance, and administration.
a system of command and control used in the management of incidents.
This system was designed to assist firefighters in doing their job. It provides direction for increasing the size and types of teams fighting fires to respond to the size and type of fire being suppressed.