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This web page is dedicated to the Second Edition of "Critical Infrastructure: Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness", authored by Bob Radvanovsky and Allan McDougall.

Information contained within this web page offer references that are web-based in nature, as a measure of preserving the information contained within this book. The reason for doing this will ensure that references aren't lost, and can be quickly, and easily, retrieved for those requiring further information.

References are broken down based on each chapter contained within the book. This web page is dedicated to Chapter 5: Incident Command System.

Chapter 5: Incident Command System. This chapter further elaborates about the chain-of-command structure during a crisis and summarizes the appropriate course of action, definition of Incident Action Plans, and more.

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  • “Introduction to Incident Command System” (ICS 100), Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency [ch5ref1]
  • “Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents” (ICS 200), Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency [ch5ref2]
  • “Introduction to the National Incident Management System” (IS 700), Department of Homeland Security FEMA [ch5ref3]
  • “Introduction to the National Response Framework (NRF)” (IS 800.B), Department of Homeland Security FEMA [ch5ref4]
  • “Introduction to the Incident Command System for Healthcare/Hospitals” (IS 100.HC), Department of Homeland Security FEMA [ch5ref5]
  • “Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations” (IS 200.HC), Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency [ch5ref6]
  • georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2003/02/20030228-9.html [ch5ref7]
  • COMMANDANT INSTRUCTION 3120.14, “INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM,” Ref: National Contingency Plan, 40 CFR 9 and 300, Marine Safety Manual Vol. IX, COMDTINST M16000.14, Contingency Preparedness Planning Manual, Vol. I, Planning, Doctrine and Policy: COMDTINST M3010.11A [ch5ref8]
  • NWCG, National Interagency Incident Management System: Teamwork in
    Emergency Management
    , publication originally written and printed in 1984, revised May 1991 and April 2004, PMS #700-1/NFES 1354 [ch5ref9]
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency News: NIMS Integration Center Discusses NIMS Incident Command System (ICS), HQ-04-246 (December 2004) [ch5ref10]
  • U.S. Forest Service, Fire and Aviation Management Qualifications Handbook, FSH 5109.17, July 25, 2003, Chapter Zero Code [ch5ref11]
  • King County, WA, Auditor’s Office, Span of Control, Report 94-1 [ch5ref12]
  • Office of Operations, Federal Highway administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, “Simplified Guide to the Incident Command System for Transportation Professionals,” [ch5ref13] [ch5ref13a]
  • U.S. Army FM 100-23-1, JTF HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE OPERATIONS FROM 1983 THROUGH 1993, Appendix A [ch5ref14] [ch5ref14a] [ch5ref14b]
  • www.forestsandrangelands.gov/resources/glossary/i.shtml [ch5ref15]
  • U.S. Fire Administration Infogram Article: Discord Can Degrade Infrastructure Protection (July 2003) [ch5ref16]
  • www.emsa.ca.gov/hics [ch5ref17]
  • cipbook.infracritical.com/book3/chapter5/chapter5/ch5ref18.pdf [ch5ref18]
  • U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Introduction to the Incident Command System for Federal Workers (IS-100.a), Student Manual (July 2008) [ch5ref19]
  • National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG), A History of the Incident Command System (ICS) (October 1994) [ch5ref20]
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Fire Management Handbook (October 2004) [ch5ref21] [ch5ref21a] [ch5ref21b]
  • Emergency Management Institute, National Incident Management System (NIMS) Training (December 2004) [ch5ref22]
  • www.fema.gov/emergency/nims/ICSpopup.htm [ch5ref23]
  • cipbook.infracritical.com/book3/chapter5/chapter5/ch5ref24.pdf [ch5ref24]