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Noggin to Attend 67th Annual IAEM Conference & EMEX

Posted by The Brain on Nov 14, 2019 9:47:20 AM

 

Emergency managers out there, do you have just one pick for an emergency management conference to attend this year? Then, I’d strongly suggest attending the 2019 IAEM 67th Annual Conference & EMEX – Honor the Past, Treasure the Present and Shape the Future.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response

An Introduction to ISO 22320

Posted by The Brain on Nov 5, 2019 10:44:21 AM

 

For some time now, the research points up clear challenges in interagency response to large-scale emergencies, citing delays in getting assistance and rescue underway, delays in decision making, and lack of clarity in command and control structures, etc. The key question is why, what factors explain the situation on the ground.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response

Resources and Capabilities Go Hand in Hand in Emergency Response

Posted by The Brain on Sep 5, 2019 7:13:04 AM

 

During an incident, emergency managers need to deploy materials, supplies, technologies, and people to the emergency site as quickly and efficiently as possible. Unfortunately, getting resources to the right place at the right time is only half the battle.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response, Emergency Management Newsletter

Fielding a Full Incident Management Team under AIIMS

Posted by The Brain on Dec 5, 2018 6:12:55 AM

 

AIIMS is the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System. The nationally recognized incident management structure in Australia, AIIMS has wide command, control, and coordination applicability in fire, land management, and other emergency situations, as well as for non-emergency incidents.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Incident Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response

The 14 Core Features of the Incident Command System

Posted by The Brain on Nov 14, 2018 8:03:49 AM

 

If you’re involved in emergency management in the U.S., you’ve probably heard of the Incident Command System (ICS). A key feature of the U.S. National Incident Management System (NIMS), ICS is an operational incident management structure that provides a standardized approach to the command, control, and coordination of emergency response in the U.S.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response

Why Volunteer Reliability and Retention Management Has Become a Huge Challenge

Posted by The Brain on Nov 7, 2018 8:45:35 AM

 

Been managing volunteers, especially disaster response volunteers, for the last few decades? Then, you’ve probably noticed a shift. There’re fewer long-term volunteers; new volunteers are harder to come by than ever; and your base of existing volunteers is serving historically short stints.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Public Safety, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response, Resource Management

The Three Challenges of Interoperability in Information Management

Posted by The Brain on Oct 31, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

By now, the case for interoperability, especially the efficient transfer of relevant data between agencies – otherwise known as interoperability in information management – is clear. Just take a look at many post-emergency, after-action reports; most cite a lack of interagency cooperation as contributory to mission setbacks, or even failures. Of course, one of the best examples in recent memory: poor interagency cooperation between New York City responders during 11 September.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Public Safety, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response, Resource Management

Ensuring Capability Management Success: A How-To

Posted by The Brain on Oct 3, 2018 4:49:47 AM

 

Resources and capabilities go hand in hand. Your team’s capabilities prove the crucial variable to success in the field. In other words, managing one (resources) without considering the other (capabilities) is a surefire way to undermine the success of your mission.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Public Safety, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response, Resource Management

Capability Challenges to Effective Resource Management

Posted by The Brain on Sep 26, 2018 7:24:36 AM

 

To be successful, incident managers need to get materials, supplies, technologies, and especially responders to the emergency site as quickly and efficiently as possible. But those same managers will tell you that getting resources to the right place at the right time is only half the battle. Attention also needs to be paid to ensuring the productivity of those resources once they reach the disaster. Here, however, managers and dispatchers confront capability roadblocks to effective resource management.

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Topics: Emergency Management, White Paper, Incident Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response, Resource Management

Get to Know Noggin OCA: The Capability-Driven Approach to Resource Management

Posted by The Brain on Jun 27, 2018 2:16:58 AM

 

When it comes to incident and emergency response, effectively managing resources couldn’t be more important. Resources, i.e. materials, supplies, facilities, technologies, even people, are assets in every sense of the word. But they don’t get the job done in isolation. That’s where capabilities come in.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response, Resource Management


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