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  • Hospital Emergency Incident Command System (HEICS)
    By the San Mateo County Department of Health Services, Emergency Medical Services Agency (June 1998)
    Emergency management system that employs a logical management structure, defined responsibilities, clear reporting channels, and a common nomenclature to help unify hospitals with other emergency responders. Based upon public safety's Incident Command System, HEICS has already proved valuable in helping hospitals serve the community during a crisis and resume normal operations as soon as possible. HEICS is fast becoming a standard for health care disaster response.
  • Managing Hazardous Material Incidents
    The Managing Hazardous Material Incidents series is a three-volume set (with a video) comprised of recommendations for on-scene (pre-hospital) and hospital medical management of patients exposed during a hazardous materials incident. (2001)
 

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