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National Resource Typing Glossary of Terms and Definitions
October 2004
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NIMS
Resource Typing Glossary

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Generators
Diesel-fueled engine generators are used to support electrical requirements at facilities of various sizes such as hospitals, housing, plants, and commercial stores.  Units are usually mounted on tow behind or trailer mobilized equipment.  Deployment and set up can be accomplished within hours.

Geographical Incident Management Teams, Firefighting
A Geographical Incident Management Team is an interagency organization under the auspices of the Geographical Area Coordination Group composed of the Incident Commander (IC), and appropriate general and command staff personnel assigned to an incident, trained and certified to the Type II level.  Type II level personnel may lack the degree of training and experience of Type I personnel in managing complex incidents at the type one level.  

Ground Ambulance (Medical Transport)
A ground transport vehicle configured, equipped, and staffed to respond to, care for, and transport patients.

 

NIMS
Resource Typing Glossary

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Annex A

 

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