National Incident Management System Incident Command System

Jenny Lynn Bruner, Section Manager
Phone: (404) 624-2262
Email: [email protected]

Georgia law requires state public safety agencies to adopt the National Incident Management System Incident Command System, which is a framework that provides a consistent, nationwide approach  for federal, state and local governments to work effectively together to prepare for, respond to, and recover from domestic incidents regardless of size or complexity.

As emergency response awareness in America continues to be an

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area of focus and concern for government officials, healthcare providers, public safety personnel and taxpaying citizens, the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) has enhanced its commitment to NIMS/ICS training by undertaking Project NIMS 2.0.

Project NIMS 2.0

Project NIMS 2.0 has established a functional process of cooperation and collaboration that provides highly functional working relationships throughout the emergency response community in Georgia, while restoring, renewing and reviving existing systems that have been established by Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), GPSTC, and the Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC).

The purpose of Project NIMS 2.0 is to support and to assist local, state and federal agencies in their efforts to fulfill their designated roles in emergency management response.  Citizens in Georgia must be protected in the event of man-made or natural disasters or possible terrorist incidents. Project NIMS 2.0 will provide training for those agency personnel who are responsible to respond.