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MGT-423-W - Key Leader Incident Command IND Response Program Course 1 – Initial Actions

This web-based training (WBT) course focuses on command-level responsibilities and functions related to the detonation of an Improvised Nuclear Device (IND) in a major U.S. city. The course incorporates the Response Mission Area core capabilities.

This is the first course in a program for senior personnel in jurisdictions likely to be targeted for an IND attack such as the Urban Area Security Initiative regions, jurisdictions surrounding the likely targeted jurisdictions’ “collar communities,” and other jurisdictions throughout the nation that could provide support to, and receive evacuees and casualties from, the targeted jurisdiction.

  • Given the PG and the sample IND Annex template, select the reasons why a regional IND annex to the jurisdiction’s All Hazards Plan is required for an effective response in accordance with the appropriate section of the PG.
  • Given the PG and the sample IND Annex Template, select the immediate tasks to be performed upon activation of the IND Annex to the All Hazards Plan, in accordance with the appropriate section of the PG.
  • Given the PG, interpret situational awareness information to update the common operating picture, in accordance with the appropriate section of the PG.

Prerequisites & Other Information:
Listed below are the prerequisite courses that must be completed before this class may be taken.

WBT PER-307-W Introduction to Improvised Nuclear Device Effects and Response Strategies

No tuition is charged.

Course Specifics

Hours: 3.00
Provider: Counterterrorism Operations Support (CTOS)
Disciplines: Health Care
Law Enforcement
Private Industry
Public Health
Public Safety Communications
Fire Service
Elected Official
Emergency Management
Government Administration
Public Works
Volunteer Organization
Emergency Medical Service

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