Unit Commanding Officers and Officers-in-Charge shall:
Report as soon as possible a critical incident to their chain-of-command. If the
command doubts an incident's potential impact, it shall consult the Work-Life
At units, contact EAPC to conduct pre-incident preparation training.
At major units, solicit volunteers to serve as CISM team members as described
in Paragraph 7.b.
12. CISM ACTIVITY MEASURES. To monitor CISM effectiveness, annually on 30 September
each ISC and HSC shall compile and report these measurements to Commandant (G-WKW).
Number of CISM pre-incident training sessions and number of operational units in
Number of critical incidents due to:
Operations: emergency response or law enforcement;
Workplace violence, terrorism or suicide; and
Responsiveness (the average time in hours for all incidents)
Time between when incident occurred and notice to Work-Life point of contact
for CISM services.
Time between notice and CISM team's arrival on-scene.
F. L. AMES
Assistant Commandant for Human Resources
Encl: (1) CISM Services