The aim of the Onshore Incident Commander Training is to equip personnel with formal training in command and control, communications and stress related factors in the management of major emergencies / incidents. In addition, this program also provides initial Emergency / Incident management training for personnel who are undertaking a training and competence program to progress to the role as the Onshore Incident Commander. This program exposes personnel to the Incident Command Structure (ICS) and demonstrates how it can provide a solid framework, designed to assign functional tasks to dedicated personnel and apply or strengthen a structure. Additionally, delegates will learn how to prepare for, prevent and respond to the effects of incidents regardless of the cause, location or complexity.
The Onshore Incident Commander training is directed towards individuals who are either designated as being in charge of, are members of, or provide support to an emergency management team in an emergency.
General Course Objectives:
To Successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to:
- Review, manage and assess the information available in an emergency situation in a timely manner
- Establish common processes for planning and managing resources
- Implement predetermined emergency / incident plans and procedures in the context of the current emergency / incident
- Efficiently communicate information and instructions
- Keeping appropriate agencies informed through the support Incident Management Team
- Monitor and control resources
- Evaluate progress and communicate changes in plans and priorities
- Effectively delegate authority and manage individuals and teams
- Recognize and deal with stress in themselves and others
The following modules and elements will be delivered:
Module 1: Theory of Major Emergency / Incident Management
- Element 1.1 - Major Emergencies
- Element 1.2 - The Onshore Incident Commander Role
- Element 1.3 - The Incident Command Post facilities and Information Management
- Element 1.4 - Value and Purpose of Emergency / Incident Preparedness
- Element 1.5 - Dealing with Stress
- Element 1.6 - Managing Incident Briefing and Time-out Proform
Module 2: Practical Elements of Major Emergency / Incident Management
- Element 2.1- Assessing the Situation
- Element 2.2 - Taking Effective Action
- Element 2.3 - Maintaining Communications
- Element 2.4 - Delegating Authority
- Element 2.5 - Managing Self and Team
- Element 2.6 - Managing Team using the Incident Briefing and Time-out Proforma
There are no specific pre-requisites for the OIC training programmehowever, the delegate must be able to demonstrate suitable exposure within his/her sphere of influence.
Each delegate must be observed in at least three (3) Command Centre Simulations in the OIC position.
Evaluation of delegates will be by continuous observation of their performance during their tenure(s) as OIC, each based around a major incident chosen from the following:
- Type A – a major emergency that is readily controllable if managed appropriately
- Type B – a major emergency which could escalate if not controlled
- Type C – a major emergency that the OIC is unable to control leading to a full evacuation of the facility
Following a day of classroom study, the delegates enter a command centre simulator in which they will each experience, at least twice, the role of Onshore Incident Commander, the realism of several major events.
Tabletop discussions of some of the generic emergency scenarios will prepare the delegates for the exercises; in other cases, they are given an emergency scenario without any prior knowledge.
A post-exercise debrief will be held where an Assessor will comment on the strengths and weaknesses of the individual and the team performance.
Following the training and validation the delegates will receive TEEX Approved MERSC & PT Samson Tiara Onshore Incident Commander certificate and a written analysis of any findings that exist in the delegate’s current managerial knowledge and capabilities for commanding the response to a major emergency.
The maximum number of delegates per OIC training programme is ten (10).
- Single: IDR 937,000/night/person
- Twin Share: IDR 1,265,000/night/2 persons.
- Single: IDR 643,500 /night/person
All prices include breakfast, dinner & one (1) set of laundry per registered occupant and exclude 10% VAT.
All persons who successfully complete the course based on the performance standards will receive
- A PT Samson Tiara / Survival Systems Asia certificate for Onshore Incident Commander
- A Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) certificate for Onshore Incident Commander
- A laminated wallet course qualification card.
Investment Cost Includes:
- Transportation to & from our pick up point in Jakarta and training center
- Transportation between the training center and hotel,
- Student workbook
Usage of all required training equipment& PPE including:
- Safety shoes, glasses and helmet
- Shower kit (towel, soap & shampoo)
- Certificate/ID card
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