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Incident Command Post (ICP) vs. Emergency Operations Center (EOC). EOC Planning/Intelligence Section Training. ICP vs. EOC. ICP “commands” tactical response to incidents from the simplest (single auto wreck) to more complex (wildfire) relies on discipline-specific expertise)

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Incident Command Post (ICP) vs. Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

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Incident command post icp vs emergency operations center eoc

Incident Command Post (ICP) vs. Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

EOC Planning/Intelligence

Section Training

Module 2


Icp vs eoc

ICP vs. EOC

  • ICP “commands” tactical response to incidents from the simplest (single auto wreck) to more complex (wildfire) relies on discipline-specific expertise)

  • EOCs are activated to “manage” information and support incidents, with resources beyond their discipline-specific capabilities.

Module 2


Command

Command

  • To direct with authority; give orders to…

  • To have control or authority over; rule: a general who commands an army.

  • To have at one's disposal: a person who commands …

  • To deserve and receive as due; exact: The troops' bravery commanded respect.

    (American Heritage Dictionary)

Module 2


Manage

Manage

1.To handle or direct with a degree of skill: as

a: to make and keep compliant

b: to treat with care

c: to exercise executive, administrative, and supervisory direction of

2.To work upon or try to alter for a purpose

3.To succeed in accomplishing

(Merriam-Webster Dictionary)

Module 2


Icp vs eoc1

209 Status Summary

207 Org Chart

202 Briefing

201 Briefing

Principle ICS Forms

ICS

ICP vs. EOC

  • Incidents use ICS forms (discipline-specific)

  • EOC forms are not standard

Module 2


Tactical vs strategic

Webster: …of or relating to combat tactics; of or occurring at the battlefront; of or relating to small-scale actions serving a larger purpose; made or carried out with only a limited or immediate end in view.

Webster: of, relating to, or marked by strategy; of great importance within an integrated whole or to a planned effect….

Tactical vs. Strategic

Module 2


Tactical icp vs management eoc

ICP (Actions)

Incident Action Plan focusing on

accomplishing tactics

rescuing trapped persons

perimeter control

Firefighting

flood fighting and how to do it.

EOC (Support)

Action Plan focusing on

supporting field response with reports on their activities (may be many incidents)

mutual aid

history of event

projected needs, supporting with resources not available at ICP.

Tactical (ICP) vs. Management (EOC)

Module 2


Incident action plan vs action plan

Single Measurable objectives for overall incident response during each Operational Period

Identifies resources deployed

Incident Summary

Incident Organization

Measurable objectives for each EOC Section (Management, Planning/Intelligence, etc.) for each Operational Period

Identifies mutual aid

Event summary

EOC organization

Incident Action Plan vs. Action Plan

Module 2


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ICS Examples

- Rescues trapped victims

- Extinguishes fire

- Activates hostage negotiation team

- Establishes shelters

- Creates a perimeter

- Identifies Haz Mat

- Establishes traffic controls

- Inspects buildings and bridges for damages

- Reports damages and response activities to EOC

EOC Examples

Management - prioritizes response for populated impacted areas.

PIO – Establishes media report schedule.

Operations - determine the extent of damages/injuries and reports to P/I Section

Planning/Intelligence - establishes report/meeting schedule, conducts Action Planning Meetings

Logistics – Locates and stocks critical resources, staffs EOC

Finance/Administration – Establishes process for capturing all costs (overtime and expenses.

Tactical vs. Strategic

Module 2


Activity

Activity

  • Identify an emergency that would only require ICP, no EOC and develop an ICS schematic for it.

  • Identify an emergency that would require either a Department EOC or local government EOC and develop a SEMS structure for it.

  • Identify an emergency that would require the activation of an Operational Area (OA) EOC and State Regional Emergency Operations Center activation and provide and OA EOC schematic for it.

Module 2


Incident command post icp vs emergency operations center eoc1

Incident Command Post (ICP) vs. Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

EOC Planning/Intelligence

Section Training

Module 2


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