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Whenever responsibility calls me, O Lord, whenever flames may rage, give me the strength to save some life, whatever be its age. Help me embrace a little kid, before it's too late, or save an older man out of, the horror of that fate. Allow me to be awake, and also, O Lord, guide my every movement for life is really valuable, please do not let's lose I want to fulfill my calling and to give the finest in me to guard my every neighbor and protect their house and if, in accordance with thy will that I have to offer my lifetime, then using thy protecting hand my Lord I beg thee, protect my children and my wife. Amen (Fireman's prayer. http://www.usfirehouse.com/prayer.htm) Emergencies are a part of life; there is not any avoiding them. The most a person could do is to get a strategy, to keep themselves and their nearest and dearest safe. For some that plan might contain leaving the assumptions, for another it might mean trying to fix the matter first, but for trained emergency responders that plan should be the Incident Control System. The Incident Command System (ICS) is a hierarchal system that makes it possible for the emergency employees to appropriately handle a crisis scene to limit destruction property and loss of life. With the ever changing planet comes ever altering emergencies; however can a person handle a spectacle when they can't predict what is going to occur? The ICS is flexible and allows scenarios ranging from large medical incidents to forest fires too be managed with a high degree of success (Badger et al.). Fires rage across the world daily, resulting in property damage and loss of life worldwide. The ICS is utilized on a daily basis, and continues to successfully manage any scenario that it experiences. In other nations, for example Australia, the ICS is nonexistent; the government control...