Skip header content and main navigation Binghamton University, State University of New York - Emergency
 
Banner

Appendix E - Emergency Management Training

The Vice President for Administration is responsible for ensuring that staff under the Binghamton University Incident Command System is adequately trained. The Vice President for Administration has delegated the responsibility for developing and conducting appropriate training programs to the Binghamton University Emergency Management Program. The Director of Emergency Management is responsible for the overall development and implementation of the training program.

The following are guidelines for training and preparedness:

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) NIMS Training Plan

Organizations should use their jurisdictions' hazard/threat analyses to determine the ―types of likely incidents and tailor their NIMS training to meet their needs. For example, if a jurisdiction faces significant and frequent threats, such as hurricanes or hazardous materials incidents, their training program should prepare responders for those threats.

The FEMA NIMS training plan identifies the level of training required by all incident responders and management personnel based on their role. Figure E-1 outlines the minimum requirements for all incident personnel.

Individuals who may be assigned supervisory roles during:

FEMA Training Program

 

ICS FIELD OPERATIONS TRAINING NEEDS
Incident Type(s) Core Courses Additional Courses
1, 2
  • ICS-100
  • ICS-200
  • ICS-300
  • ICS-400
  • IS-700
  • IS-800
  • G-191 (ICS/EOC Interface)
  • Position-specific ICS courses (based on individual assignment or expected assignment)
  • E/L-947 Emergency Operations Center (EOC) – Incident Management Team (IMT) Interface Course
  • Training based on jurisdiction risk and/or specific interest (see Appendix A for sources of Federal Training)
3
  • ICS-100
  • ICS-200
  • ICS-300
  • ICS-400
  • IS-700
  • IS-800
  • Position-specific ICS courses (based on individual assignment or expected assignment)
  • G-191
  • E/L-947
  • Training based on jurisdiction risk and/or specific interest (see Appendix A for sources of Federal training)
4
  • ICS-100
  • ICS-200
  • IS-700
  • • Position-specific ICS courses (based on individual assignment or expected assignment)
  • Training based on jurisdiction risk and/or specific interest (see Appendix A for sources of Federal training)
5
  • ICS-100
  • IS-700
  • Position-specific ICS courses (based on individual assignment or expected assignment)
  • Training based on jurisdiction risk and/or specific interest (see Appendix A for sources of Federal training)
Connect with Binghamton:
Twitter icon links to Binghamton University's Twitter page YouTube icon links to Binghamton University's YouTube page Facebook icon links to Binghamton University's Facebook page Instagram

Last Updated: 4/7/14