Incident Commander / Key Responder Level 1

Block 4:
Incident Communications

Points to Ponder

Much of incident communications is intended to gain the confidence of the receiver

The 3 Pillars of Communications

  1. You must have an open line of communication
  2. The receiver must understand your message
  3. The receiver must remember your message

Signs: countable and validated

Symptoms: subjective and descriptive

Key Learnings

CAN reports and IMS briefing have different purposes

Efficiency requires being prepared and choosing the appropriate format (CAN report or IMS briefing)

Be prepared for the Post Game!

 

GROUP EXERCISE RESOURCE
Exercise
Briefing Document
SCRIBE DOCUMENT
Exercise
Worksheet

Worksheet
(for use by designated Scribe)

GROUP EXERCISE RESOURCE
IMS Briefing Example

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