SEMA Training: EOC Management and Operations
This two-day course focuses on how to manage and operate an EOC during a crisis situation. The course covers many aspects of properly locating and designing an EOC, how to staff, train and brief EOC personnel, and how to operate an EOC during various situations Registration is available on the SEMA website.
Date: Nov. 4–5, 2014
Location: Platte County Resource Center
TIC Plan Orientation
The Tactical Interoperable Communications (TIC) Plan provides operational direction and technical data regarding the use of regional interoperable communications systems and resources. During this four-hour workshop, participants will learn about the various interoperability assets in the region, how they can be used to provide seamless communications and how to obtain these assets at the local level. Participants will also learn about the operation and use of the Regional Area Multi-Band Integrated System (RAMBIS) and the Metropolitan Area Regional Radio System (MARRS).
Date: Nov. 5, 2014
Upcoming KCTEAM training sessions
Two upcoming training sessions focused on the Kansas City Tracking and Emergency Assets and Members (KCTEAM) badging and accountability systems will be held at the Johnson County Communications Center on Oct. 27. The morning session starts at 8:30 a.m. and finishes at noon. This session cover how KCTEAM badging administrators and agencies (emergency management, fire, EMS, law enforcement, public works, and public health) can use Resource Manager Web to create personnel badges for emergency responders. The afternoon session starts at 1 p.m. and finishes at 4 p.m. This session covers the set up and operation of rapid TAG, Mobile Express, COMMAND and interTRAX Exchange equipment and systems. These resources and systems are used for increased accountability, incident reporting and situational awareness. Registration information will be available in the next week. Please check the training calendar