URTA has the proven ability to take a nationally recognized FEMA ICS curriculum and adapt to an organization’s needs (I-300 and I-400 as well as FEMA Position Specific Courses, but with organization-specific designed exercises).
URTA members supported several organizations’ response efforts during Covid 19 as ICS SMEs, IMT Coaches, and Mentors.
We believe we are a company that has a thorough understanding of how to get an organization from where they are in using an internal incident management system prone to problems in significant incidents to where they are proficient in the use of the Incident Command System, utilizing experienced Incident Management Teams.
URTA partners' experience allows them to recognize an organization’s internal needs and processes and adapt ICS to meet their needs.
URTA’s ability to develop specially designed exercises, from Tabletop to Full Scale, to improve an organization’s response, with an evaluation system recognized as the national standard.
URTA Partners have worked at the highest levels of Incident Management as members of Type 1 and 2 Incident Management Teams in positions including Incident Commander and General Staff.
URTA Partners have experience serving as ICS Subject Matter Experts- SMEs, for major oil spills, including Deepwater Horizon, for response and restoration efforts after hurricanes including Katrina/Rita, the 2017 Puerto Rico restoration, and Wildfires in the US and Australia, as well as curriculum development for several national training programs.
URTA has the proven ability to develop a curriculum to assist an organization with external stakeholder interaction (Liaison Officer Courses and Utility Agency Representative- AREP).
URTA Partners were instrumental in taking a major electric utility from an internal incident management system, with problems when dealing with other agencies and other organizational units within the company, to where they are today; “A leader using ICS in the Utility Industry.”
URTA partners mentored utility managers, supervisors, and other employees in multiple utilities, in their dual responsibilities, their regular utility job, plus members of an Incident Management Team (IMT) or Incident Support Team (IST).