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Incident Management System (IMS) is the model for command, control and coordination of a response and provides a means to coordinate the efforts of individual agencies as they look toward the common goal of stabilizing an incident and protecting life, property, and the environment. Written from the field point of view, this practical guide: Covers how to deal with incidents of mass destruction Contains filled out sample forms that aid professional in preparing reports Compares and contrast the three major forms of Incident Command/Incident Management Systems Incident Management System (IMS) also emphasizes not only operational aspects of responding to a disaster, but also covers the preplanning and business aspects of developing a system for dealing with disasters.
LOUIS N. MOLINO Sr. has been an emergency services provider since 1981. During that time, he has served in a variety of positions, including firefighter, emergency medical technician, fire and emergency medical dispatcher, fire and emergency medical services (EMS) instructor, emergency medical dispatch instructor, fire and EMS training officer, fire and EMS agency safety officer, incident safety officer, hazardous materials technician, and HAZMAT team member. He has also served as the base liaison officer, captain, battalion chief, and assistant chief for Mutual Aid Emergency Services, Inc. (MAES), which provides EMS services to Fort Dix and McGuire Air Force Base.