Wiley's "Emergency Incident Management Systems: Fundamentals and Applications" arrives in its second edition to provide updates about continually developing incident management systems.
Written by Mark Warnick and Louis Molino, Sr., the 560-page book provides research and research-based case studies that support the need to use incident management systems.
The book provides areas where first responders have "misunderstood the scope and use" of the systems, as well as the outcomes of those incidents, according to the authors. A new chapter explores the use of the systems around the world.
Warnick is an adjust instructor with Tennessee Tech University, while Molino has served as a firefighter, EMT, and dispatcher.