Which NIMS Component Includes The Incident Command System (ICS)
A. Communications and information management
B. resource management
C. Command and coordination
D. Joint information system
NIMS is a comprehensive federal approach for incident management applicable at all jurisdictional levels and practical disciplines.
This approach intends to:
It should be appropriate across a full spectrum of events, hazards, and consequences, regardless of area, or complexity. It should enhance coordination and collaboration between private and public entities in incident management activities.
Command and Management
NIMS standard incident command structures are based on three principal management systems:
ICS- ICS describes the working characteristics, interactive supervision components, and the composition of incident management and contingency response organizations which are engaged throughout the life cycle of an incident.
Multiagency Coordination Systems
These policies illustrate the operating features and interactive management elements. The organizational formation of supporting incident management entities engaged at the State, local, federal, tribal, and regional levels through mutual support agreements and other assistance.
Public Information pertains to methods, procedures, and arrangements for communicating timely with accurate information to the citizens during emergency situations.