The incident control system (ICS) and National Incident Management System (NIMS) are the baseline for responding to natural and man-made disasters in the U.S. Identify and discuss six key components of these systems. Give your opinion on their effectiveness.
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One vital part of both systems is Common Terminology, or the creation of a common set of terms for incidents, supplies, and orders. Because of the many different agencies reacting to disasters, it is possible to make mistakes in communication because every agency has its own local terminology; by creating a standard set of terms that everyone understands, response is faster, more efficient, and easier.
Whilst there is a definite issue in terms of the budget of individual agencies, we must see at the same time it is far more practical for agencies to loan out certain items that they may only need occasionally than to have to meet the cost of buying it themselves and paying for its maintenance and upkeep. This is one way of helping to increase the effectiveness of groups that work for our safety.
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