Disaster relief experts gathered in Duluth Wednesday to talk about ways to improve their mission.
The Minnesota Incident Command System is comprised of individuals from organizations like the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the coast guard, and firefighters.
This group gathers together each year to talk about what is working, and what could improve as far as combating disasters.
Experts say suggesting alternatives to the way these situations are handled can help with communication.
"These changes should help us to communicate more effectively, which is a big goal in incident response, is that clear communication. And be able to respond in a more effective and efficient manner," said U.S. Fish and Wildlife member Seth Grimm.
There were about 150 people in attendance.