To do this, a unified Interagency Command Post was established. The ICP operates behind the scenes using a standard management hierarchy and procedures for managing personnel, facilities, equipment and communications during the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championships. More than 120 federal, state and local public safety agencies and organizations are involved. The ICP is being led by four commanders and will operate until championships ends.
|Chief Dwight Henninger|
|ECPS CEO Fred Morrison|
Paramedic Services located in Edwards. Morrison started his career at the ECPS as an emergency medical technician, and was later promoted to field supervisor then operations manager and finally CEO. In addition to participating and planning for the 1989 and 1999 Alpine World Ski Championships, he has taken part in major events including the 2001 World Mountain Bike Championships, Teva/Go Pro Mountain Games, USA Pro Cycling Challenge and the annual World Cup Ski Races.
|Eagle County Sheriff James van Beek|
|Major Barry Bratt|
To date, under the direction of these four commanders, thousands of hours have been logged by personnel under their direction. This is in addition to the 2,200 volunteers seen throughout the event.