Industrial Incident Safety Officer

Industrial Incident Safety Officer (I-ISO) 16 hours

Who: The Target Audience for this class is any experienced Industrial Brigade member who is likely to be placed in the Safety Officer role at your facility during an all hazard/all risk emergency event. This class will be delivered using NFA curriculum with emphasis placed upon the industrial setting and the compiling of Site Safety Plans as well as accountability procedures.


2020 Classes:

Industrial Incident Safety Officer:  TBA (Register)

Industrial Incident Command System:  TBA (Register)

Please Request Additional 2020 / 2021 classes (Request)

Please Contact Us


Class Times:

8 AM to 5 PM


Regional Public Safety Training Complex Reno, Nevada.

Regional Public Safety Training Center
5190 Spectrum Blvd
Reno, Nevada 89512

To Sign-Up click (Register) (above) or call 775-720-1990

*We reserve the right to cancel classes with 35 day notice if minimum student thresholds are not met. If payment has already been made and class is canceled we will either refund the amount or carry a credit towards a future class.

With 50 years in the fire service the I-ISO instructor is Jim Powell formerly the lead instructor at UNR/FSA for the ICER class, may use additional instructors if class size warrants.

I-ISO Class cost is $Call$ per person including manual and handouts.

Customize this class to your facility, call for details or we can deliver the class at your location. Discounts may be offered if class is delivered at your location. Request Custom Class

Certificates will be delivered to those who successfully complete the class, no continuing educational certs available at this time.


“I have been to ICS classes before and I was more bored than the law allows, this class uses the ICS-Operations boxes but moves way beyond ICS as it was ever taught to me. The instructor is unassuming challenges you to life and death decision making using decision making models in away I have not seen before. I had never heard of Recognition Prime Decision Making (RPDM) before and that was an eye opener and boy does it make sense.”
Tony H. Shift Emergency Director