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NIMS Training Information Brief to EMA Directors October 31, 2007.

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1 NIMS Training Information Brief to EMA Directors October 31, 2007

2 Goals Explain the FY2007 and FY2006 NIMS requirements. Explain the FY2007 and FY2006 NIMS requirements. Explain and have local departments understand the NIMS training requirements for FY2008. Explain and have local departments understand the NIMS training requirements for FY2008. Identify the courses of action to get locals trained in FY2008 Identify the courses of action to get locals trained in FY2008

3 Legal Requirements HSPD-5 ( ) HSPD-5 ( ) Federal OSHA requirements under 29 CFR and compliance directive CPL: ( ). Federal OSHA requirements under 29 CFR and compliance directive CPL: ( ). Executive Order Executive Order Local agencies are not legally bound to comply with NIMS metrics. However, it is a requirement for them to receive any state or federal money. Local agencies are not legally bound to comply with NIMS metrics. However, it is a requirement for them to receive any state or federal money.

4 Background of FY06 and FY07 Requirements FY2006 NIMS required states and local jurisdictions to adopt NIMS by executive order, proclamation, resolution, or legislation. FY2006 NIMS required states and local jurisdictions to adopt NIMS by executive order, proclamation, resolution, or legislation. State agencies agreed State agencies agreed All counties agreed (letter documentation) All counties agreed (letter documentation) FY2007 compliance included the completion of IS-700, ICS-100, and ICS- 200 as a Tier 1 requirement. FY2007 compliance included the completion of IS-700, ICS-100, and ICS- 200 as a Tier 1 requirement.

5 NIMS Integration Center (NIC) outline for FY2008 training requirements: DRAFT of NIMS 5 year training plan ( ) from the NIC shows that completion of ICS-300 and ICS-400 will be Tier 1 requirements for DRAFT of NIMS 5 year training plan ( ) from the NIC shows that completion of ICS-300 and ICS-400 will be Tier 1 requirements for Middle management staff will be required to have taken ICS-300 Middle management staff will be required to have taken ICS-300 Command and General Staff will be required to have taken ICS-300 and ICS-400 Command and General Staff will be required to have taken ICS-300 and ICS-400

6 IDHS Recommendations to the NIC for training in FY2008 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security, along with other states, feel that the requirement of both ICS-300 and ICS-400 is too difficult to comply with in one year. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security, along with other states, feel that the requirement of both ICS-300 and ICS-400 is too difficult to comply with in one year. We, along with other states, recommended to US DHS during the NIMS Conference held in Anniston, Alabama just last week that the completion of ICS-300 be a tier 1 requirement for FY08 and the completion of ICS-400 be a tier 1 requirement for FY09. We, along with other states, recommended to US DHS during the NIMS Conference held in Anniston, Alabama just last week that the completion of ICS-300 be a tier 1 requirement for FY08 and the completion of ICS-400 be a tier 1 requirement for FY09. The initial feedback from US DHS is that they are very supportive of this suggestion. The initial feedback from US DHS is that they are very supportive of this suggestion.

7 IDHS Suggestions to Local Departments Self-select, self-certify, and self-regulate. Self-select, self-certify, and self-regulate. Be aware of the types of incidents you are trained to handle and be prepared to hand off command of incidents you are not trained to handle. Be aware of the types of incidents you are trained to handle and be prepared to hand off command of incidents you are not trained to handle. Type 5 – under one operational period, minimum resources (i.e. single vehicle crash) Type 5 – under one operational period, minimum resources (i.e. single vehicle crash) Type 4 – limited to one operational period, command and general staff positions activated if needed (i.e. house fire, protest rally). Type 4 – limited to one operational period, command and general staff positions activated if needed (i.e. house fire, protest rally). Type 3 – may extend into multiple operational periods, some/all of command and general staff positions activated (i.e. large industrial fire, tornado, hostage stand-off). Type 3 – may extend into multiple operational periods, some/all of command and general staff positions activated (i.e. large industrial fire, tornado, hostage stand-off). Type 2 – multiple operational periods, many command and general staff positions filled, regional and/or national resources brought in (i.e. devastating flood or earthquake). Type 2 – multiple operational periods, many command and general staff positions filled, regional and/or national resources brought in (i.e. devastating flood or earthquake). Type 1 – expected to go into multiple operational periods, event of national significance (i.e. major terrorist attack like or Katrina level disaster). Type 1 – expected to go into multiple operational periods, event of national significance (i.e. major terrorist attack like or Katrina level disaster).

8 Training Resources in Indiana Classes offered by IDHS training division Classes offered by IDHS training division Will be teaching an ICS-300 and ICS-400 class in each of the 10 Homeland Security Districts Will be teaching an ICS-300 and ICS-400 class in each of the 10 Homeland Security Districts Classes offered by state recognized trainers Classes offered by state recognized trainers Currently 90+ trainers Currently 90+ trainers Five train the trainer courses Five train the trainer courses By the end of FY08 we are expecting to have state recognized trainers. By the end of FY08 we are expecting to have state recognized trainers. The Training Divisions NIMS/ICS Training Plan The Training Divisions NIMS/ICS Training Plan Future Incident Management Teams Future Incident Management Teams One per district One per district One per county (trained by district incident management teams) One per county (trained by district incident management teams)

9 Additional Training Resources outside of IDHS The Center for Domestic Preparedness The Center for Domestic Preparedness Trainers who meet instructor qualifications of the NIMS Integration Center. Trainers who meet instructor qualifications of the NIMS Integration Center.

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