Participants received their certificates


The National Emergency Management Agency, in cooperation with the US Forest Service, organized a training course on the “Incident Command System” to introduce the disaster response organization used in the US to conduct nationwide activities for disaster protection. The officers who participated in the training received certificates.

Over 40 officers from NEMA, the National Disaster Research Institute, the Capital city emergency management department, and the district emergency management division officers participated in the combined classroom and practical training.

During the four-day training, trainers from the US Forest Service provided information on the features, structure, and operations of the incident command system. Also, officers worked on the incident scenario, and regarding teamwork, officers could improve their knowledge of Incident Command Sysytem. 

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