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Table 6 Incident Command System/ Line of Command

From: Structured analysis, evaluation and report of the emergency response to a terrorist attack in Wuerzburg, Germany using a new template of standardised quality indicators

Incident Command System/Line of Command Data Assessment
Was an incident command system established? Yes Result: 1 1: yes 0: no
Did the incident commander in chief (medical) have influence on the course of action during the mission? Partly Result: 1 2: complete 1: partly 0: none (see lessons learned)
Did the command processes work adequately? Partly Result: 1 2: complete 1: partly 0: none (see lessons learned)
Did the incident commander in chief (medical) always have adequate information for repeated re-evaluation and understaning of the situation (continuous flux of reports)? No Result: 0 2: always 1: sometimes 0: never (see lessons learned)
Did the incident commander in chief (medical) have influence on the course of action during the mission Partly Result: 1 2: complete 1: partly 0: none
Did the incident commander in chief (medical) have control of the subsection commanders? Partly Result: 1 2: complete 1: partly 0: none (see lessons learned)
Was a functioning resource management established? Yes Descriptive