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Evidence to support incident management team capability

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posted on 2023-05-21, 08:55 authored by Christine OwenChristine Owen, Hayes, P, Benjamin BrooksBenjamin Brooks, Scott, C, Conway, G
In 2015, the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC) commissioned a review of the evidence base to establish the rationale for capabilities central to effective incident management. The review focused on the capabilities required for senior AIIMS Level 31 Incident Management Team roles. Results were used to inform standards for the AFAC Emergency Management Professionalisation Scheme. The review considered the human factors and emergency management literature as well as research conducted through the Bushfire CRC. Analysis and synthesis of the evidence identified three broad capabilities, each with three sub-capabilities important in incident management. The three categories were to model leadership and teamwork, to think and plan strategically and demonstrate self-awareness. This article outlines the evidence base and the capabilities developed through this review and contributes to the evidence base for incident management capability. Guidance on what will be needed in continuing professional development program is provided.

Funding

Bushfire and Natural Hazard CRC

History

Publication title

Australian Journal of Emergency Management

Volume

33

Pagination

44-49

ISSN

1324-1540

Department/School

School of Social Sciences

Publisher

Emergency Management Australia

Place of publication

Australia

Rights statement

© Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience 2018. Copyright Articles in the Australian Journal of Emergency Management are provided under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) License, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ that allows reuse subject only to the use being non-commercial and to the article being fully attributed. No DOI. No copyright statement on article or website. Copyright and CC statement taken from issue PDF.

Repository Status

  • Open

Socio-economic Objectives

Policies and development