@evpasamon21 asked 6 months ago.

Who designates the incident commander and the process for transferring command answer?

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@Gaurii answered 4 months ago.

The organization or jurisdiction with primary responsibility for the incident designates the Incident Commander and the process for transferring command.

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@iffihinu answered 5 months ago.

The officer in charge by rank or assignment has the responsibility of being the incident commander and is responsible for the tactical command of the incident. The incident commander is the single point of contact for the command structure and is responsible for the tactical execution of the incident. The incident commander is designated by the incident commander in charge (ICIC).
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@eduhywennu answered 5 months ago.

Develop a plan for transferring command of an incident. An incident commander is responsible for the safety and welfare of all personnel involved in an emergency incident, and for directing responses to that incident. There must be a plan for transferring command of the incident to another incident commander.
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@toqefimmell answered 5 months ago.

The most common incident command system (ICS) is the National Incident Management System (NIMS), which is the standard incident command system used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to coordinate responses to natural disasters and terrorist incidents.
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@illezexess answered 5 months ago.

The incident commander and the process for transferring command are designated by the assigned fire department incident commander.
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