The Incident Command System : High Reliability Organizing for Complex and Volatile Task

@inproceedings{Bigley2001TheIC,
  title={The Incident Command System : High Reliability Organizing for Complex and Volatile Task},
  author={G. Bigley and K. Roberts and W. Haas and D. J. Levine and S. Masterson},
  year={2001}
}
  • G. Bigley, K. Roberts, +2 authors S. Masterson
  • Published 2001
  • Computer Science, Business
  • The incident command system (ICS) is a particular approach to assembly and control of the highly reliable temporary organizations employed by many public safety professionals to manage diverse reso... 
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