What are the major accident phases of incident management?
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What are the 5 phases of major accident responces?
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What are the metrics that can be used to measure the efficiency or effectiveness of Incident Management?
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What is the difference between accident and incident?
When classifying a plane "crash", the FAA refers to it as either an Accident or an Incident. An Accident is when there is major damage to an airplane and/or injury or death. An Incident only involves minor damage to the airplane or a few minor injuries. Recommend the FAA or the NTSB website. ANSWER 2 any accident that is caused intentionally in any way by someone is not an "accident" - an incident is any thing that happens that is not an accident as definied in the above answer - thus an intentionally caused incident, even if it is fatal or has major damage, is not an accident but an incident - hopefully that's not too confusing! Another thought I was always under the impression that it was simply a matter of cost. If the repairs exceeded a specific dollar amount, or man hours required for repair, then it was categorized as an accident. However, it certainly makes sense that other factors, such as injury and/or death, would be considered.