Search & Rescue Gear | Incident Command Supplies
In a large or mass casualty disaster, emergency responders may be delayed due to the overwhelming number of emergencies. Your school should be capable of performing an initial response to save children’s lives and begin the process of recovery. And nothing is better than knowing what to do and having the right supplies on hand.
Disaster Survival Skills has been providing top quality emergency supplies for the last 28 years. All the emergency kits are professionally designed by Captain Wayne Bennett (Ret.), a retired fire fighter and an accredited trainer for American Heart Association, CERT, and FEMA.
What is a Incident Command System?
ICS (Incident Command System), NIMS (National Incident Management System), SEMS (Standardized Emergency Management System) – these are all standard chain of command and control strategies to manage and coordinate an emergency response. To put it in simple terms, it’s a way to handle a large disaster.
How do you build a Incident Command structure with teams?
Click here to get the ideal number of persons for each team or group (such as Search & Rescue, First Aid Team, Assembly Team, etc.)
Once you have your teams set up, they need to be trained. They must know how to handle emergencies with multiple victims, how to safely perform search & rescue, how to provide effective first aid treatment etc. Captain Wayne Bennett (Ret.) teaches on-site Disaster Survival Training for schools but is limited to the Inland Empire, Orange County, San Diego, High Desert, Los Angeles, San Gabriel and Palm Desert areas only. Call us at 1-888-705-2184 to know more. You may also check with your local fire department to see if they provide training.
Our school calculator will also provide you with the exact supplies that are recommended for your school’s population. Click here to generate a report.