|Titre :||Emergency incident management systems : fundamentals and applications|
|Auteurs :||Mark S. Warnick, Auteur Louis N. Molino Sr., Auteur|
|Mention d'édition :||2d ed.|
|Editeur :||Hoboken (New Jersey) : Wiley & sons, John|
|Année de publication :||2020|
|Présentation physique :||XXV, 534 p.tableaux, graphiques|
|Autre ISBN/ISSN :||978-1-119-26713-3|
|Mots clés :||
Gestion des situations d'urgence
Gestion du risque
|Note générale :||Bibliogr. p. 513-526. Index|
The second edition was to be written in order to keep both reader and student current in incident management. This was grounded in the fact that incident management systems are continually developing. These updates are needed to ensure the most [...]
The second edition was to be written in order to keep both reader and student current in incident management. This was grounded in the fact that incident management systems are continually developing. These updates are needed to ensure the most recent and relevant information is provided to the reader.
While the overall theme of the book will remain the same of the first edition, research and research-based case studies will be used to support the need for utilizing emergency incident management systems. Contemporary research in the use (and non-use) of an incident management system provides clear and convincing evidence of successes and failures in managing emergencies.
This research provides areas where first responders have misunderstood the scope and use of an emergency incident management system and what the outcomes were. Contemporary and historical (research-based) case studies in the United States and around the globe have shown the consequences of not using emergency incident management systems, including some that led to increased suffering and death rates.
Research-based case studies from major incidents will be used to show the detrimental effects of not using or misunderstanding these principles. One of the more interesting chapters in the new edition is what incident management is used around the world.
Mark S. Warnick, PHD, is an Adjunct Instructor with Tennessee Tech University. He has been involved in emergency services since 1989. He has over 30 years' experience as a responder in incidents ranging from local car accidents and local disasters to large-scale multi-jurisdictional events, such as Hurricane Katrina. [...]
Louis N. Molino Sr. was an emergency services provider for over 35 years. During that time, he served in a variety of positions, including firefighter, emergency medical technician, fire and emergency medical dispatcher, fire and emergency medical services (EMS) instructor, emergency medical dispatch instructor, fire and EMS training officer, fire and EMS agency safety officer, incident safety officer, hazardous materials technician, and HAZMAT team member. He also served as the base liaison officer, captain, battalion chief, and assistant chief for Mutual Aid Emergency Services, Inc. (MAES), which provides EMS services to Fort Dix and McGuire Air Force Base.
[Présentation par le site internet de l'éditeur, janvier 2020]
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