AIIMS- across Australia
FSA holds a current agreement with Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC) who are the custodian of the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System (AIIMS), an integral part of emergency management doctrine for the fire and emergency services industry in Australia. The system enables Australian agencies to come together to resolve incidents through an integrated and effective response.
Through the application of AIIMS in training, exercising and incident response, people from fire and emergency services, government, not-for-profit agencies and industry have been able to build trust and confidence in each other’s ability to work together and effectively manage the most challenging of incidents.
This course is designed as awareness training for those individuals that need to have an understanding of the key concepts that underpin the Australasian Inter-Service Incident Management System (AIIMS). These individuals may require an understanding of the system to:
- Support emergency management processes in their workplace or local community
- Assist with performing a non-managerial role in support of emergency operations
Our trainers conducted AIIMS courses in both Hobart with Tasmanian ambulance service and Tasmanian prison service and in Perth for another major client over the past 2 weeks. The training comprises of theory which sets the participants up for the second day and day 2 is full on IMT (incident management team) activation using the AIIMS system in high pressure scenarios preparing them for real world incidents in Incident control centres. Check out some of the images from the AIIMS 2 day training course. Well done team.