First aid is essential in emergency cases. Knowing what action needs to be taken to control an emergency can make the difference between life and death.
Emergencies occur all around us, in all spheres of life. When you are caught in emergency situation ,'first aid' is your first choice.
It's been developed for quick and easy access to contact numbers of different agencies in case of emergency.
If you find a contact number that's no longer working nor updated just send me an email and I'll update the contact details.
—Cynthia Kellams, Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
When the NIMS ICS Guide® was introduced in 2006, it was the first pocket reference to give first responders fast access to information needed for effective incident command. Now updated with National Response Framework (NRF), this must-have pocket reference is used by more than 150,000 public safety and health professionals.
Now available for Android this interactive application allows you to customize contact information for each incident for rapid on-scene communication, and provides detailed dynamic checklists that ensure that no detail is missed. The content is all-hazards, non-jurisdictional and discipline-specific, and includes responsibilities and rules for applying the Incident Command System (ICS).
In addition to being an indispensable field tool, it is ideal for NIMS/ICS training and functional exercises, with dozens of detailed illustrations, charts and checklists. Designed for responders at the local, state or federal level or in private industry, this will quickly become your preferred NIMS training and field decision-support tool.
Support your NIMS training with this comprehensive app and feel confident that your NIMS compliance requirements are met.
“In the process of retooling our campus Emergency Management Plan, this has been an invaluable resource. It has also been of great benefit during ICS and unified command training and emergency management exercises. It’s a top notch product.” —Lieutenant Bret Collier, Professional Standards and Emergency Management, University of Houston Department of Public Safety
“A fantastic resource…indispensable to public safety operations.” —Director of the Office of Emergency Management, Arlington, Texas
“An excellent reference for anyone faced with the possibility of working within a NIMS environment.” —Ed Wilson, Past President, Western Fire Chiefs Association
* Dynamic checklists that ensure you remember all steps
* Incident-specific addresses that you can reset for each incident
* Addresses can be imported from your address book or entered manually
* Detailed, easy-to-read color-coded ICS charts
* All-hazards, non-jurisdictional, discipline-specific
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Informed Publishing offers a full product line of references for the medical and first response markets, as well as a consumer line for home and family emergency preparedness. Informed references are available in a variety of formats: pocket-size print guides, PDF editions and now, apps for Android. Learn more at www.informedguides.com.
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This guide is intended for use when implementing ICS in response to an incident, regardless of type, size, or location. It does not replace emergency operations plans, laws, regulations, and ordinances. Rather, this guide provides guidance for assigned
This guide follows the guidelines set out by NIMS for the use of plain language and clear text; therefore, the guide contains few acronyms.
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The SPE model calculates risk for specific hazards, such as launching or recovering small watercraft or clearing a hiking trail of fallen trees, by determining risk as a function of severity, probability, and exposure. Risk = Severity x Probability x Exposure. You can evaluate its potential impact your activity by the calculated risk score, the degree of risk determined, and the recommended guidance.
ORMA stands for Operational Risk Management Analysis. The ORMA model is a cyclical planning process, meaning that changes to the situation or categories, such as the operating Environment, requires re-evaluation. The purpose of planning with ORMA is to properly determine risk and to mitigate that risk in accordance with the mission.
GAR stands for Green, Amber, and Red. These colors correspond to numerical values of both individual categories of a risk rating and the overall risk. Each element is rated 1-10, with 10 representing the highest risk. Once all categories have been assigned a value, the overall score is calculated, and both a GAR color and recommendation is displayed.