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1 National Incident Management System Overview Briefing Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 Implementation

2 Homeland Security Presidential Directive – 5  National Incident Management System (NIMS)  A consistent nationwide approach for all levels of government to work effectively and efficiently together to prepare for and respond to domestic incidents  Core set of concepts, principles and terminology for incident command and multi-agency coordination

3 Homeland Security Presidential Directive – 5 (Continued)  Requires all Federal Departments and Agencies to adopt the NIMS and the NRP  Requires state and local NIMS compliance as a condition for Federal preparedness assistance

4 NIMS Components  Command and Management  Incident Command System  Multi-agency Coordination Systems  Public Information Systems  Preparedness  Resource Management  Communications and Information Management  Supporting Technologies  Ongoing Management and Maintenance

5 NIMS Phased Implementation  Fiscal Year (FY) 2005: October 1, Sept. 30, 2005  Sept 2004 letter to Governors  Initial requirements for States  Suggested actions for local jurisdictions  States self-certify compliance with minimum FY 05 requirements  FY 2006: October 1, Sept. 30, 2006  Sept 2005 letter to the Governors  Matrix with State/Territory requirements  Matrix with Local/Tribal requirements  FY 2007 and out-years: October 1, 2006  Full NIMS compliance required for all Federal preparedness assistance  Update, improve, maintain system  Leverages all federal preparedness funding/resources to support capability building at the State and local levels

6 NIMS: State and Local Compliance in FY 2005  States must:  Leverage funding from all federal grant programs  Institutionalize Incident Command System  Incorporate NIMS into Emergency Operations Plans  Incorporate NIMS into training, exercises  Promote Intrastate mutual aid agreements  Provide Technical assistance to locals  Develop strategies to implement the NIMS  State, local, and tribal jurisdictions should:  Complete EMI Course – NIMS Introduction (IS-700)  Formally recognize NIMS through Executive Order or Legislation  Establish NIMS baseline  Establish strategy for implementing NIMS  Institutionalize use of ICS  Develop state and local strategies to implement the NIMS

7 States: A Critical Role  Establish a statewide infrastructure to support NIMS implementation  Encourage and support a regional approach to implementation  Establish a planning process to ensure NIMS implementation  Mechanisms to communicate NIMS requirements to locals  Measure progress and facilitate reporting of NIMS implementation

8 FY 2006: State Requirements  Incorporates and builds upon FY 2005 requirements  New Requirements: State Adoption and Infrastructure  Monitor formal adoption of NIMS by tribal and local jurisdictions  Establish a planning process to ensure communication and implementation of NIMS statewide (including local and tribal jurisdictions)  Designate a single POC to coordinate NIMS implementation  Ensure federal preparedness funding is linked to NIMS implementation  Include NIMS implementation in audit reviews of federal preparedness funds  New Requirements: Command and Management  Manage all incidents with ICS  Support incidents through integrated multi-agency coordination systems  Institutionalize (through planning and training) NIMS Public Information System

9 FY 2006: State Requirements (Continued)  New Requirements: Preparedness Planning  Establish NIMS baseline against FY 05 and FY 06 requirements  Revise and update plans and SOPs to include NIMS and NRP  New Requirements: Preparedness Training  Leverage training facilities to coordinate and deliver NIMS training  IS-800 NRP: An Introduction training  ICS 100 and ICS 200 Training  New Requirements: Preparedness Exercises  Incorporate NIMS into State/regional exercises  Participate in all-hazards exercise program based on NIMS  Incorporate corrective actions into plans and procedures

10 FY 2006: Local Requirements  FY 2005 “shoulds” are “musts” in FY 2006  Small and/or rural jurisdictions may benefit from a regional approach to implementation  Requirements: Community Adoption  Formally adopt NIMS  Requirements: Command and Management  Manage all incidents with ICS  Support incidents through integrated multi-agency coordination systems  Communicate public information during an incident through a Joint Information System and Joint Information Center

11 FY 2006: Local Requirements (Continued) 1.Requirements: Preparedness Planning  Establish NIMS baseline against FY 05 and FY 06 requirements  Coordinate all federal preparedness funding to implement NIMS  Revise and update plans and SOPs to incorporate NIMS  Participate in and promote intrastate and interagency mutual aid 2.Requirements: Preparedness Training  IS-700 NIMS: An Introduction training  IS-800 NRP: An Introduction training  ICS 100 and ICS 200 Training

12 FY 2006: Local Requirements (Continued) 3. Requirements: Preparedness Exercises  Incorporate NIMS/ICS into all tribal, local, and regional training and exercises  Participate in all-hazards exercise program based on NIMS  Incorporate corrective actions into plans and procedures 4. Requirements: Resource Management  Inventory community assets using resource typing  Ensure relevant standards are incorporated into acquisition programs 5. New Requirements: Communication and Information Management  Apply standardized and consistent terminology (Plain English commands)

13 NIMS Training Guidelines Slides that follow outline the required FY 2006 NIMS Training for Federal, State, Local, Tribal, Private Sector, and Non- Governmental personnel for the following audiences:  Entry Level First Responders & Disaster Workers  First Line Supervisors  Middle Management  Command and General Staff

14 Training: Who needs to take what?  IS-700 NIMS: An Introduction  All personnel with a direct role in emergency preparedness, incident management, or response  IS-800 NRP: An Introduction  All Federal, state, territorial, tribal, and local emergency managers or personnel whose primary responsibility is emergency management  ICS-100: Introduction to ICS  All Federal, State, territorial, tribal, local, private sector and non-governmental personnel at the entry level, first line supervisor level, middle management level, and command and general staff level of emergency management operations  ICS-200: Basic ICS  All Federal, State, territorial, tribal, local, private sector and non-governmental personnel at the first line supervisor level, middle management level, and command and general staff level of emergency management operations

15 NIMS Training Guidelines Entry Level First Responders & Disaster Workers Audience  Emergency Medical Service Personnel  Firefighters  Hospital Staff  Law Enforcement Personnel  Public Health Personnel  Public Works/Utility Personnel  Skilled Support Personnel  Other emergency management response, support, volunteers personnel at all levels Required Training  FEMA IS-700: NIMS, An Introduction  ICS-100: Introduction to ICS or equivalent

16 NIMS Training Guidelines First Line Supervisors Audience First line supervisors, single resource leaders, field supervisors, and other emergency management & response personnel that require a higher level of ICS/NIMS Training Required Training  FEMA IS-700: NIMS, An Introduction  ICS-100: Introduction to ICS or equivalent  ICS-200: Basic ICS or equivalent

17 NIMS Training Guidelines Middle Management Audience Middle management including strike team leaders, task force leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors, and multi-agency coordination system/emergency operations center staff. Required Training  FEMA IS-700: NIMS, An Introduction  FEMA IS-800: NRP, An Introduction  ICS-100: Introduction to ICS or equivalent  ICS-200: Basic ICS or equivalent  ICS-300: Intermediate ICS or equivalent (FY07 Requirement)

18 NIMS Training Guidelines Command & General Staff, EOC Personnel Audience Command and general staff, select department heads with multi- agency coordination system responsibilities, area commanders, emergency managers, and multi- agency coordination system/EOC managers. Required Training  FEMA IS-700: NIMS, An Introduction  FEMA IS-800: NRP, An Introduction  ICS-100: Introduction to ICS or equivalent  ICS-200: Basic ICS or equivalent  ICS-300: Intermediate ICS or equivalent (FY07 Requirement)  ICS-400: Advanced ICS or equivalent (FY07 Requirement)

19 IS-700 NIMS: An Introduction All personnel with a direct role in emergency preparedness, incident management or response must complete this training. IS-700 NIMS: An Introduction is a Web-based awareness level course that explains NIMS components, concepts and principles. Although it is designed to be taken online as an interactive Web-course, course materials may be downloaded and used in a group or classroom setting. Answer sheets may be obtained from the Emergency Management Institute by calling the EMI Independent Study Office at To obtain the IS700 course materials or take the course online go to More than 960,000 persons have completed this course.http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/IS/is700.asp. More than 960,000

20 Who Should Take IS-700 in FY 2006? Executive Level – Political and government leaders, agency and organization administrators and department heads; personnel that fill ICS roles as Unified Commanders, Incident Commanders, Command Staff, General Staff in either Area Command or single incidents; senior level Multi-Agency Coordination System personnel; senior emergency managers; and Emergency Operations Center Command or General Staff.

21 Who Should Take IS-700 in FY 2006? Managerial Level – Agency and organization management between the executive level and first level supervision; personnel who fill ICS roles as Branch Directors, Division/Group Supervisors, Unit Leaders, technical specialists, strike team and task force leaders, single resource leaders and field supervisors; midlevel Multi-Agency Coordination System personnel; EOC Section Chiefs, Branch Directors, Unit Leaders; and other emergency management/response personnel who require a higher level of ICS/NIMS Training.

22 Who Should Take IS-700 in FY 2006? Responder Level – Emergency response providers and disaster workers, entry level to managerial level including Emergency Medical Service personnel; firefighters; medical personnel; police officers; public health personnel; public works/utility personnel; and other emergency management response personnel. Note: Multi-agency Coordination System personnel include those persons who are charged with coordinating and supporting incident management activities. These emergency management personnel typically may function from an emergency operations center or similar facility.

23 IS-800 NRP: An Introduction All Federal, state, territorial, tribal, and local emergency managers or personnel whose primary responsibility is emergency management must complete must this training. IS-800 National Response Plan (NRP): An Introduction is a Web-based awareness level course that introduces the key elements of the National Response Plan so that its implementation can be supported at all levels of government.

24 IS-800 NRP: An Introduction The course is designed to be taken online as an interactive Web-course; course materials may be downloaded and used in a group or classroom setting. Answer sheets may be obtained from the Emergency Management Institute by calling the EMI Independent Study Office at To obtain the IS800 course materials or take the course online go to More than 117,000 persons have completed this course.

25 Who Should Take IS-800 in FY 2006? Federal Level – Officials in Federal government departments and agencies with emergency management responsibilities under the NRP. State/Territorial Level – Officials in state and territorial governments with emergency management responsibilities to include personnel from state and territorial emergency management agencies and from agencies who support and interact with the 15 Emergency Support Functions (ESF) in the NRP. Tribal/Local Level – Officials in tribal and local jurisdictions with overall emergency management responsibilities as dictated by law or ordinance; those officials with overall emergency management responsibilities through delegation; and those officials primarily involved in emergency planning.

26 Who Should Take ICS 100 & 200 Training in FY 2006? All Federal, State, territorial, tribal, local, private sector and non-governmental personnel at the entry level, first line supervisor level, middle management level, and command and general staff level of emergency management operations must complete ICS-100 level training. All Federal, State, territorial, tribal, local, private sector and non-governmental personnel at the first line supervisor level, middle management level, and command and general staff level of emergency management operations must complete ICS-200 level training.

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