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1 INCIDENT RESPONSE SYSTEM INCIDENT RESPONSE SYSTEM J.K. Sinha Member National Disaster Management Authority S 1

2 BACKGROUND OF IRS

3 ORIGINAL ICS STRUCTURE

4 ADAPTED VERSION

5 WHAT IS IRS

6 PRIMARY MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS

7 FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES RESPONSIBLE OFFICER = COMMAND = OPERATIONS = PLANNING = LOGISTICS & FINANCE = PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR EFFECTIVE RESPONSE OVERALL INCHARGE OF THE INCIDENT RESPONSE TEAM AND ITS EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING DIRECT AND SUPERVISE ALL TACTICAL ACTIONS COLLECT/ANALYZE DATA, WORKOUT NEED OF REQUIRED RESOURCES AND PREPARE ACTION PLAN PROVIDE LOGISTICS SUPPORT, ROCUREMENT AND COST ACCOUNTING

8 FEATURES OF IRS 1. Management by objectives & Incident Action Plan 2. Flexibility 3. Span of control 4. Multi Tasking 5. Accountability 6. Resource Management 7. Common Terminology 8. Unity of command and chain of command 9. Transfer of Command 10.Unified Command 11. Medical Plan 12. Communication Plan 13. Demobilization Plan

9 MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES & INCIDENT ACTION PLAN

10 FLEXIBILITY IRT FOR BIG INCIDENT

11 FLEXIBILITY IRT FOR SMALL INCIDENT Road Branch

12 SPAN OF CONTROL

13 MULTI TASKING INCASE OF SHORTAGE OF OFFICERS MULTI TASKING CAN BE DONE IN IRS 1. DO NOT COMBINE ORGANIZATIONAL UNITS. 2. ONE PERSON MAY SUPERVISE MORE THAN ONE UNIT) RESOURCE UNIT R.K. Verma RESOURCE & SITUATION UNIT R.K. Verma SITUATION UNIT R.K. Verma PLANN NING SEC CTION

14 ACCOUNTABILITY Forms and formats 1. Incident Briefing forms 2. Unit Log 3. Organization Assignment List 4. Incident Check in & Deployment List

15 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT KIND AND TYPE SINGLE RESOURCES INCLUDES PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT TASK FORCES COMBINATION OF SINGLE RESOURCES STRIKE TEAM COMBINATION OF SAME

16 Unified command A Team Effort Whichh Allows All Agencies With Responsibility For The Incident, To Jointly Provide Management Direction To An Incident Through A Common Set Of Incident Objectives And Strategies Established At The Command Level.

17 Circumstances for implementing Unified command When incident become larger or When complexity of the incident require involvement of multiple agencies

18 Area command Area Command is an expansion of the Incident Response function, primarily designed to manage a very large number of incidents that has multiple IRTs assigned or area being isolated because of geographical reasons. It is established for overseeing response and to ensure that conflicts, jurisdictional or otherwise, do not arise amongst deployed d responding teams.

19 Transfer of command The Transfer of Command in any incident may take place for the following reasons: When an incident becomes overwhelming for the IC and IRT; More qualified and experienced senior officers arrive at the scene; The incident situation changes over time, where a jurisdictional or agency change in command is operationally required; and N l f l i h f l d d Normal turnover of personnel in the case of long or extended incidents.

20 Other Features Common Terminology Unity of command and chain of command

21 IRS FACILITIES Emergency Operations Center Incident Command post Staging Area Base Camp Relief Camp Heli Base Heli Pad

22 EMERGENCY OPERATION CENTER One Sr. Administrative Officer as EOC in charge having experience in DM with required assistants; Representation of all concerned line departments with authority to quickly mobilise their resources; Adequate space with proper infrastructure to accommodate the participating agencies and departments; Communication facilities with last mile connectivity; A vehicle mounted with HF, VHF and satellite telephone for deployment in the affected site to provide immediate connectivity with the headquarters and ICP; A representative of central teams (NDRF, Armed Forces) whenever they are deployed to integrate their resources, expertise and to resolve conflicts that may arise during the response effort; Provision and plan for dovetailing the NDRF, Armed Forces communication capabilities with the local communication set up. There will be proper plan so that all are able to connect with each other in case of large scale disasters or failure of the local communication systems;

23 EMERGENCY OPERATION CENTER (Contd ) Map depicting affected site, resources deployed, facilities established like Incident Command Post, Staging Area, Incident Base, Camp, Relief Camp, Helibase, Helipad, etc. DM plans of all line departments; DM plans of the State and the District; Directories with contact details of all emergency services and nodal officers; Connectivity with all District headquarters and police stations; Database of NGOs working in different geographical areas; Demographic details of the State and Districts; Online / Web based DSS with the availability of at least the following components: Standardisation of Command Structure with the details of the earmarked and trained personnel in IRS; Proactive planning facilities; Comprehensive resource management system; Geographic Information System (GIS) for decision support; and Modeling capability for predicting casualties and resources for large scale incidents including CBRN emergencies.

24 EMERGENCY OPERATION CENTER (Contd ) Socio economic, demographic and land use planning; Resource inventories of all line departments and connectivity with database of India Disaster Resource Network (IDRN) India Disaster Knowledge Network (IDKN) and Corporate Disaster Resource Network (CDRN);

25 Incident Command Post The ICP is the location at which the primary command functions and coordination are performed. The IC will be located at the ICP. There will only be one ICP. This also applies to situations with multi-agencies or multi jurisdictional incidents operating under a single or Unified command. Normally ICP is not relocated

26 Staging Area The Staging Area is an area where resources are collected and kept ready for deployment for field operations.. These may include things like food, vehicles and other materials and equipment. The SA will be established at a suitable area near the affected site for immediate, effective and quick deployment of resources. More than one SA may be established if required. If resources are mobilised at other locations to be ultimately despatched to the affected areas, these locations are also known as SAs.

27 Base Normally base is the location where all uncommitted / out-of-service equipment and personnel to support operations are located. It will be designated by incident name. The management of the Incident Base comes under the Facility Unit The management of the Incident Base comes under the Facility Unit of LS.

28 Camps Temporary locations to provide services to incident personnel. May be moved from one place to another. All Base activities may be performed at Camps. Designated by geographic name or number.

29 Helibase Location where helicopters may be parked, maintained, fueled, and loaded. Helibase can be located at airport or other off-incident id location. Helibase will be managed by Helibase Manager.

30 Helipad Temporary locations where helicopters can safely land and take off. Can be used to load or off-load personnel, equipment, and supplies. Helipad Managers will be on the ground. Helipad Manager reports to Helibase Manager.

31 LEVELS OF INCIDENT RESPONSE TEAMS State level District level Sub Division level Block level

32 TRIGGERING MECHANISM IN CASE OF EARLY WARNING IMD / Early Warning State Control Room District Control Room DM Activation of IRT

33 TRIGGERING MECHANISM WITHOUT EARLY WARNING CS STATE Con Room DM DISTRICT Con Room SDO FIRST RESPOND SIMULTANEOUSLY REPORT

34 COORDINATION OF RESPONSE District Control Room / EOC

35 COORDINATION OF RESPONSE State Control Room / EOC District Control Room / EOC

36 COORDINATION OF RESPONSE State Control Room / EOC

37 COORDINATION OF RESPONSE Chief Secretary / RO

38 COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN RESPONSE

39 Thanks

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