Incident Command System (ICS) Implementation

Knowledge Saves Lives Incorporated provides the following:

  • Collect current Incident Command System (ICS) documentation and meet with district staff (Security, Operations, Facilities,       Executive and Incident Command Team) to determine the gap between command center readiness and staff preparation and     readiness to an emergency.
  • Prepare a standardized Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) specifically for the district and submit it to the district’s policy group for approval and implementation.
  • Author the district’s Individual Action Plan (IAP) related to emergency operations. This plan gives the staff a detailed checklist of  roles and responsibilities outlined for specific emergencies.
  • Locate, design, and equip a fully functional Emergency Operations Center (EOC) for the district.
  • Train the Incident Command Team (ICT) of the district for responses to various emergencies.
  • Conduct a live drill at the end of the project combining the training, planning and emergency operations center of the district.

Each training phase of the project is provided on a bi-weekly or monthly schedule.

The training will be conducted by professional law enforcement and ICS certified staff from Knowledge Saves Lives Incorporated. Our trainers have previous experience as Incident Commanders at major emergency events and have provided emergency preparedness training to California school districts as well as city, county, state, and federal authorities and agencies.  

Our organization will dedicate more than 200 hours to each project and provide resources for your district’s Incident Command Team anywhere in California. The project completion time varies depending on the district’s individual needs. Average completion time of the ICS project is 16-24 weeks.

To learn more information please send an email request to: training@knowledgesaveslives.com