New Intelligence/Investigations Job Aid Released

An international leader in developing tools and training for initial and sustained responses, EMSI is passionate about preparing responders to be ready for all-hazards incidents. As part of this commitment, we have created over twenty job aids and guidebooks that aid emergency managers and front-line responders in performing their duties, …

New Job Aids Coming Soon

An international leader in developing tools and training for initial and sustained responses, EMSI is passionate about preparing responders to be ready for all-hazards incidents. As part of this commitment, we have created over twenty job aids and guidebooks that aid emergency managers and front-line responders in performing their duties, …

EMSI Releases Updated Area Command Course and Job Aid

EMSI continues to provide emergency management performance support to responders through the development of Incident Command System (ICS) courses and job aids. We are proud to offer our updated Area Command course and job aid! Both were recently updated to help better align with NIMS title changes, as well as …

EMSI’s Incident Management Handbook Available Now!

Continuing in our quest to develop emergency responders of every level, EMSI is proud to announce the availability of our new Incident Management Handbook! Cultivating the best practices from our decades of response and training, EMSI is honored to offer our very own FREE Incident Management Handbook (IMH) to assist …

Coming Soon: EMSI Incident Management Handbook!

You’ve asked for it and we’re developing it! Cultivating the best practices from our decades of response and training, EMSI is nearing completion of our very own FREE Incident Management Handbook (IMH)! Yes, we said FREE! While it is important that all responders come into an incident with sufficient training …

EMSI Initial Response Guide Book Now Available

Recognizing a critical ICS training shortfall, EMSI developed the ICS-220 Initial Response Team course, an advanced ICS training course greatly expanding on initial response management concepts, to better prepare response personnel for managing the often chaotic and dynamic initial stages of the response, with additional focus on a prolonged posture …