Using Incident Management Teams to Plan for and Respond to Crisis
Every organization will face an emergency at some point. It can be a natural disaster, a fire in a building, or a cyber attack. It is essential to have a team ready to respond with defined roles and responsibilities should an incident occur.
The Incident Management Team (IMT) allows for a more organized response to a difficult situation. The IMT can limit the damage that can be caused and keeps everyone safe. Taking the time to plan for a worst-case scenario can limit injuries and, in the process, preserve an organization's reputation.
Join Todd De Voe, Director, Emergency Management at Titan HST, and
Troy R Lutrick, the City of Scottsdale, Arizona's Emergency Manager
Troy is an Experienced international instructor and high-profile national incident Planning Section Chief Type-1 and All-Hazards Incident Commander Type-3 with demonstrated history in public safety administration, skilled in All-Hazards Incident Management- NIMS/ICS, Emergency Management, Homeland Security, and Special Operations and accomplished professional with a bachelor's degree in Public Administration and master's degree in Fire Executive Leadership & Disaster Preparedness.