An article about the Incident command system. It provides an organizational chart, definition, history, jurisdiction and legitimacy, basis, coordination, composition and design.
An article about the Incident Command System, ICS. One of the aims of the ICS system is to create a unified command structure for fighting a fire, regardless of the number and type of agencies involved and suppression resources employed.
6-page PDF document that provides a brief explanation of large incident management.
7-page PDF document about a report on incident command system. The purpose of this paper is to recommend the adoption of a common international incident command system by all countries. This action will leverage the domestic capability of emergency response managers by utilizing other trained personnel within the country, will facilitate international training of fire managers, and will enhance the global interoperability of emergency managers.
"4-page PDF document about the wildland fire organization. The Incident Command System is a common organizational and management model used by the wildland fire organizations. It allows the agencies to utilize personnel from all parts of the country and many different organizations."
An article that discusses the incident command system (ICS). It includes its origin, criteria, designs, concepts, characteristics, etc.
"57-page PDF document about the Pitkin County Wildland Fire Plan. It is intended to aid in the implementation of a seamless, coordinated effort among all relevant agencies in determining appropriate combinations of wildland fire management actions and programs in the county. The Pitkin County Wildland Fire Plan outlines inter agency management objectives that are necessary to achieve and implement effective wildland fire management programs."