X-905, Working with ESF #4 on Stafford Act Incidents: Incident Resources, N/A

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The purpose of this course is to prepare you to provide support and function effectively during an Emergency Support Function (ESF) #4 activation. The course introduces the basic authorities and frameworks that allow ESF #4 to function, basics of the emergency support functions, the purpose of ESF #4, and how ESF #4 prioritizes missions.

This course will provide a brief introduction to ESF #4 and when it is used. It will then explain the interactions between Incident Management Teams (IMTs) and ESF #4 and the management of incident resources.

Modules: 

The course includes 10 modules:

  • Overview
  • All-Hazard Doctrine
  • What to Expect
  • Where and How Crews Fit In
  • Responsibilities and Best Management Practices
  • Working Within the Mission
  • All-Hazard Aviation
  • Finance
  • Logistics
  • Course Summary

Instructions:

  1. Complete the online course.
  2. You will be directed to the National Fire Academy (NFA) Online website. You will need an NFA Online account to take this course; follow directions on the NFA Online website to obtain an account. Search for course title in the catalog and add the online course to your “To-Do-List.” The NFA Online learning management system will track your progress.

 

 

Page Last Modified / Reviewed: 
2020-04-21

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