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Emergency Management

Incident Management Team III:
Incident Commander (IC) 

Description

An Incident Commander (IC) (Type 3) has overall authority and responsibility for conducting incident operations and is responsible for the management of all incident operations at the incident site.5

Requisite Criteria

The table below lists minimum requisite criteria based on existing protocols and standards for an Incident Commander (Type 3) to participate in the NIMS Integration Center’s National Emergency Responder Credentialing System.

Training Criteria

Completion of the following courses/curricula:

  1. IS-100: Introduction to ICS
  2. IS-200: Basic ICS
  3. IS-300: Intermediate ICS
  4. IS-400: Advanced ICS
  5. IS-700:  NIMS, an introduction
  6. IS-800: NRP, an introduction

Experience

Significant, ongoing experience related to the management of emergency incidents and events that may involve multiple jurisdictions requiring mutual-aid response

Medical/Physical Fitness

Compliance with the following baseline criteria:

  1. Medical requirements established by the AHJ
  2. Minimum physical fitness standards as required by the AHJ
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