Daniel Kollek, MD, CCFP(EM) Director, Centre for Excellence in Emergency Preparedness Chair – CAEP Disaster Committee Associate Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, McMaster University. Definitions, Classification and Response Structure. Introduction to Disasters. Disaster.
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Incident Management System is
a method of coordinatingparts of one agency or many agencies in a
unified command structureto
use all available resources
in the effective and efficient response to an emergency.
of Incident Command Systems
The Colour Code Triage (Yellow, Red, Green, Black) is universally accepted and consistent with Triage Codes used by EMS in the field when addressing large scale emergencies
(Initial Command Centre)