Information Release – Interagency ICS 300 Class
Local agencies gathered April 25th – 27th, 2022, for an incident management class. The ICS 300,
Intermediate Incident Command System for Expanding Incidents, provided students with
knowledge on how to work together to protect our community.
Subjects covered in the class included: description of incident management team positions,
resource management, documentation and forms, processes and procedures, levels of incident
complexity, transfer of command, how to distribute information, and proper
communication between agencies.
An understanding of how various size incidents are managed will provide agencies with
intelligence for any potential future incidents in the area. The Pagosa Springs area has seen
wildfires, floods, hazardous materials situations, snowstorms and other natural disasters in the
past; any or all of these events could occur again. By preparing ahead of an emergency, all
agencies will be better prepared to respond.
Participating agencies included Pagosa Fire Protection District, Town of Pagosa Springs Police
Department, Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office, South Fork Fire & Rescue, and Upper San Juan
Search & Rescue.
Check our Facebook page, Pagosa Fire Protection District, for crew updates and pictures.
Submitted by: Pagosa Fire Protection District Public Information Division
Approved: Randy Larson, Fire Chief