MANAGING COMPANY TACTICAL OPERATIONS: TACTICS. MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION. Module 1 Overview. OBJECTIVES. Explain the purpose and use of the Communications Model and the Quick Access Prefire Plan in tactical operations at fire incidents. Communications Review of Quick Access Prefire Plan (QAP).
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Explain the purpose and use of the Communications Model and the Quick Access Prefire Plan in tactical operations at fire incidents.
Communications Review of Quick Access Prefire Plan (QAP)
Define the relationship between incident priorities, strategy, tactics, and implementation.
Review of the Command
Select the appropriate strategic mode, based upon consideration of risk/benefit and available resources.
Describe the six steps required to implement the
Tactical Action Model.
Tactical Action Model
List the factors on which apparatus placement is based.
Module 1: Roles and Responsibilities
Module 2: Readiness
Module 3: Communication
Module 4: Building Construction and Fire Behavior Factors
Module 5: Preincident Preparation
Module 1: The Command Sequence
Module 2: Sizeup
Module 3: Developing an Action Plan
Module 4: Implementing the Action Plan
Module 5: Introduction to the Incident Command System
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Ventilation and Rescue
Module 3: Fire Confinement and Extinguishment
Module 4: Water Supply and Exposure Protection
Module 5: Salvage, Overhaul, and Support Activities
Module 6: Private Dwelling Simulations
MCTO: Tactics is designed to develop the management skills needed by Company Officers to accomplish assigned tactics at structure fires
All activities and scenarios used in this course are based on structure fires in buildings of three stories or less
2-Story "ordinary" construction with basement.
Beam and rafter, 1" x 8" sheathing, composition covering.
2" x 10" joist; 1" x 6" sheathing.
Mercantile "men's clothing" 1 Rescue, 2 Engines, 1 Ladder
Large amount of rental clothing stored in basement.
Main St. & 29th Ave.
25% 50% 75% 100%
800 1,600 2,400 3,200
Rapid horizontal and vertical spread.
Rescue, confinement, ventilation, extinguishment.
Only one access/egress to basement and second floor.
No No No
A three-phase decisionmaking process used to determine how incident priorities are achieved.
COMMAND SEQUENCE (cont'd)
Conditions: Alarm at 0245 hours. Fire on floor 1 of a 2-story single-family dwelling of wood-frame construction. Victim reported on 2nd floor.
Problems: Rescue of possible victim(s), fire on 1st floor, and spread of heat, smoke, and fire to 2nd floor, additional damage to structure.
Choice based on:
Step 1: Receive tactical or task order
Step 2: Conduct a tactical sizeup
Step 3: Assign tasks
Step 4: Take action to complete tactical assignment
Step 5: Evaluate effectiveness of tactical operations
Step 6: Report to supervisor on effectiveness of tactical operations
Based on fire factors: