Incident Command System (ICS)

On August 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew, a category-four hurricane, slammed into Dade County in South Florida. In the first few weeks after Andrew, it became evident the federal and local management of the disaster was uncoordinated, confused, and inadequate. In fact, Hurricane Andrew is often used as an example of what not to do regarding the holistic management of a natural disaster.

Read Hurricane Andrew Assessment: Review of Hurricane Evacuation Studies Utilization and and Information Dissemination.

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