Approved February 18, 2006
This policy shall be implemented in any situation arising during any NCRC event which results in a serious safety concern or bodily injury to staff, instructor, student, or bystander.
All outstanding immediate safety issues should be addressed, all injuries should be attended to, and necessary medical attention sought.
An initial NCRC Incident Report shall be completed within 24 hours of the incident by the Instructor in charge of the exercise.
A committee will be appointed as soon as practical by the Training Coordinator or his representative.
The committee is charged with:
The Training Coordinator shall review the report. He or she may accept the report or return it to the committee for further work. When the report is accepted, the Training Coordinator may, at his or her discretion, forward the report or a summary of the findings to the Board of Regional Coordinators.
The BORC shall review the report or summary thereof and consider implementing the recommendations of the committee.
All aspects of this report shall remain confidential and can not be published in its entirety or in part. All member of the committee are prohibited from public discussion or disclosure of the contents of the report.