Fire Service Control Room Intermediate Incident Command Validation
To improve Control Room manager decision making training in accordance with National Operational Guidance Improve inter-agency Control Room and incident management in accordance with JESIP principles
1.Demonstrate an understanding of the National Operational Guidance Foundation for Incident Command.
2.Demonstrate an understanding of the JESIP Joint Doctrine.
3.Explain the principles of risk management in Fire Control Rooms.
4.Identify the different methods of communication for operational incidents.
5.Understand organisation at an operational incident including sectorisation, command support, command responsibilities and cordon control.
6.Identify the six principles of JESIP inter- agency liaison at an operational incident.
7.Identify the role of SCG,TCG and FCP at a multi agency incident.
8.Explain the principles of communication between agencies at every level during a multi-agency incident.. Identify the elements of the Joint Decision Model(JDM).
9.Produce an IIMARCH briefing using the JESIP Template.
10.Produce a METHANE message using the JESIP App. Analyse, review and determine wider impacts of existing and potential operational incidents on the fire and rescue service.
11.Apply dynamic risk assessment and review to inform resourcing of operational incidents.
12.Implement joint working and interoperability, focussing on control room activity.
13.Take responsibility for actions to support those involved in operational incidents.
14.Use the Individual decision control process to make key operational decisions.
15.Identify and rectify discrepancies between the prescribed JESIP process and that taking place at an incident.
Who should attend?
Uniformed fire control room officers supervising emergency incidents
Up to 4 delegates
he course is a mixture of taught input from a qualified tutor, case studies, professional discussions, online assessment and practical simulation.
Institute of leadership & Management
Peter Stanley Training is not responsible for the non-attendance of client’s delegates at the client venue for a booked event.
Cancellations due to delegate non attendance or other foreseeable business activity disruption(i.e operational requirements or industrial action) are subject to the following charges;
(i) less than 7 days full cost of the course is due.
(ii) 8-14 days 50% of course cost (to cover pre-booked tutor hotels, loss of business payment to sessional tutors, student awarding body registrations and other associated costs).