Minnesota Combined Training Calendar

Course: S-260: Interagency Incident Business Management

Dates: continuous on-line

Location: ON-LINE

Sponsor: Minnesota Incident Command System

Course Description: This course meets the general training needs of all positions for which an understanding of interagency incident business management is required. The Interagency Incident Business Management Handbook, PMS 902, is used as the primary job aid to supplement this course. It provides basic policy and direction for incident business management.

Objective

Given the Interagency Incident Business Handbook and/or the Fireline Handbook, students will locate and apply the appropriate regulations, established interagency procedures, and necessary forms for each of the following incident management areas:

  • Application of conduct and ethics in incident support ??? Recruitment, classification, pay provisions and timekeeping/recording, commissary, injury compensation, and travel
  • Acquisition
  • Managing and tracking government property
  • Interagency coordination and cooperation
  • Investigation and reporting of accidents
  • Investigating, documenting, and reporting claims
  • Containing incident costs
  • All risk

Target Audience: All ICS positions or personnel seeking knowledge of incident business management.

Course Prerequisites: None

Course Pre-work: None

Class Size:

Tuition:

Nominations Due:

Remarks: Note this course requires a reference document Interagency Incident Business Management Handbook NFES 2160. MNDNR students contact the course administrator if you would like a hard copy of the book shipped to you.

Send nominations via your agency training representative to:
John Kelly
MN DNR Forestry

Windom MN,
507-696-5306 (Cell)
john.kelly@state.mn.us