Examines concepts and principles of community risk assessment, planning, and response to fires and natural and human-caused disasters, including National Incident Management Systems–Incident Command Systems (NIMS-ICS), mutual aid and automatic response, training and preparedness, communications, civil disturbances, terrorist threats/incidents, hazardous materials planning, mass casualty incidents, earthquake preparedness, and disaster mitigation and recovery.
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