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Incident Command System Orientation. Big White Fire Department. Introduction. Designed to Help you learn the principles of ICS Briefly acquaint you to basic ICS structure and ICS terminology. Objective.

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Incident Command System Orientation

Big White Fire Department


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Introduction

Designed to

  • Help you learn the principles of ICS

  • Briefly acquaint you to basic ICS structure and

  • ICS terminology


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Objective

  • List the five organizational activities within the ICS and their primary function

  • Give titles and explain duties of Command and General Staff

  • Match organizational units to appropriate sections

  • Match supervisory titles with appropriate levels within the organization


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Objective (continued)

  • Describe terms used to name facilities and their function

  • Describe the IAP and its used

  • Describe span of control in the organization and in resource use

  • Describe common responsibilities associated with incident or events

  • Describe several applications for ICS use


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Purpose of Incident Command System

  • Used to

    • Manage an emergency incident

    • Manage a non-emergency events

  • Has

    • Considerable internal flexibility

    • Grows and shrinks to needs

    • Cost effective and efficient

    • Applies to emergency & non-emergencies


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ICS Features to Cover

  • ICS Organization

  • Incident Facilities

  • The IAP (Incident Action Plan)

  • Span of Control

  • Common Responsibilities

  • Applications


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Has overall responsibilities at all incident or event activities

Responsible for directing the tactical actions

Develops action plan to accomplish objectives, collects / evaluates info & maintains resource status

Responsible for providing adequate services and support

ICS Organization

  • Command

  • Operations

  • Planning

  • Logistics

  • Finance/Administration

Monitors costs, accounting, procurement, time recording and cost analysis


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Command activities

  • Incident Commander

    • In charge of incident

      • Qualified for position and incident

    • May have assistants called Deputies

      • Also qualified for position and incident

  • Command Staff

    • Safety, Information, and Liaison


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Command Staff activities

  • Title of Command staff - Officer

  • Information Officer

    • Point of contact for media or organizations

    • Has assistants

  • Safety Officer

    • Monitor safety conditions

    • Develops measures for assuring safety for all

  • Liaison Officer

    • Primary contact for agencies who have personnel assigned to incident


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General Staff activities

  • People who perform major activities

  • Called Chiefs

    • Met qualifications

  • Has Deputies

    • Met qualifications

    • Works as chief, relief or assigned specific tasks


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Operations activities

  • Operations Section Chief

    • Develop and manage Operations

  • Additional levels of organizations

    • Division /Groups (Sectors)

      • Divisions - geographical

      • Groups - functional (usually largest segment)

    • Branches

      • Due to span of control issues or

      • Multiple disciplines


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Expanded Operations activities

  • Management Units

    • Strike Teams

      • Has specific number of like units

      • Has a leader and common communications

  • Task Forces

    • Has unlike units

    • Has a leader and common communications

  • Single Resource


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    Examples activities


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    Other special Ops activities activities

    • Air Operations

      • Established when a tactical or logistical need for aircraft operations

    • Staging

      • Place to temporary locate resources awaiting assignment


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    Planning activities

    • Collect, evaluate and display info

    • Develop IAP

    • Maintain Resource status info on equipment and personnel

    • Maintain Incident Documents


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    Logistics activities

    • Responsible for all services and support needs

    • Ex:

      • Obtain and maintain

        • personnel,

        • facilities,

        • equipment and

        • supplies


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    Finance activities

    • Any incident requiring on site financial management

    • Procuring

    • Contacting

    • Cost estimates of current and alternative strategies



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    Incident Facilities activities

    • Incident Command Post

    • Staging areas

    • Base

    • Camps

    • Helibase

    • Helispots


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    Incident Command Post activities

    • Location where the IC oversees all incident operations

    • Only 1 ICP

    • Common location for Plans, Logistics and Finance/Administration

    • Marked on a Map as:


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    S activities

    Staging Areas

    • Convenient temporary location of resources awaiting assignments

    • May have many

    • May have a staging area manager

    • Marked on map as:


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    B activities

    Base

    • Location of Primary Services and Support activities are performed

    • Only one base of an incident if designated

    • Marked on map as


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    The IAP (Incident Action Plan) activities

    • All incidents have one

    • Can be oral or written

      • Oral for short events

      • Written for long or complex events

    • Contains

      • Direction for future actions

      • Measurable tactical operations to be met

      • Base on a time frame called an Operational Period


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    Operational Period activities

    • Can be in various lengths

      • Non longer than 24 hours

      • Usual is in12 hour periods

    • Based on needs of the incident

    • Planning for IAP

      • Far enough in advance for:

        • Obtaining adequate resources for the needs

        • Relevant for appropriate tactics


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    Documentation activities

    • Statement of objectives

      • ICS 202

    • Organization Assignments

      • ICS 203

    • Assignment List

      • ICS 204

    • Supporting Material

      • ICS 205/206/Maps


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    Span of Control activities

    • From 3 - 7 reporting elements

    • Most common 5:1 elements

    • Used of Chain of command/communication


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    Common Responsibilities activities

    • Common responsibilities /instructions associated with an incident assignment

    • Receive assignment for your organization

      • Reporting location & time to incident

      • Length of assignment

      • Brief description of assignment

      • Travel route

      • Communication information (cell #, radio Fx)


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    Common Responsibilities activities

    • Bring any specialized supplies or equipment required (include personal supplies)

    • Upon arrival check in at

      • ICP

      • Staging

      • Base

      • Division or Group


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    Common Responsibilities activities

    • Clear text on radios

    • Obtain briefing for supervisor

    • Acquire any materials not brought with you

    • If you have subordinates; organize and brief them

    • Brief your relief and obtain a briefing from someone you are relieving


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    Common Responsibilities activities

    • Complete all forms, deliver then to Supervisor or Documentation Unit

    • Demobilize according to PLAN.


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    Applications activities


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