Karen Bradley

Associate student
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Karen Bradley

Karen Bradley’s project will develop a comprehensive and inclusive major emergency management framework based on the Incident Command System, that can be applied across a number of jurisdictions and across multi-agencies for the response phase of an incident. This includes the level of inter-agency clarity across the concepts of command, control and coordination. This analysis will then be used to examine the processes for event handover, including identifying any boundaries of agency triggers for changeover and help identify the strengths and weaknesses of current incident command systems.

The aim of Karen’s research is to develop an integrated framework for the response phase of modern-day disasters, including frontline emergency response agencies, that utilise the Incident Command System, and other non-traditional agencies that perform disaster management response functions.

Karen is currently the Acting Inspector of Training and Emergency Management at the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.

Student project

This study will develop a comprehensive and inclusive major emergency management framework, that can be applied across a number of jurisdictions and across multi-agencies for the response phase of an incident.
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