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ALL-HAZARDS. LOGISTICS SECTION CHIEF. Visual 1-1. Gridlock Costs Lives – Effective Logistical Support is Essential. Having the correct resources for the task is essential. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAsxuSwKjRU. Unit 2:. Visual 2-4. Position Overview.

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Visual 1-1

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  1. ALL-HAZARDS LOGISTICSSECTIONCHIEF Visual1-1

  2. Gridlock Costs Lives – Effective Logistical Support is Essential Having the correct resources for the task is essential http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAsxuSwKjRU Unit2: Visual2-4 PositionOverview

  3. Having the correct resources for a task is essential Unit2: Visual2-4 PositionOverview

  4. TERMINAL OBJECTIVE Given instructor-directed lecture and class discussion with interactive activities and simulations, the students will be able to explain the roles and responsibilities of the Logistics Section Chief. Unit2: Visual2-4 PositionOverview

  5. ENABLING OBJECTIVES • ■The students will: • Describe the function of the Logistics Section. • Explain the roles and responsibilities of the Logistics Section Chief. • Complete appropriate Incident Command System (ICS) forms: • ICS 205, Incident Radio Communications Plan. • ICS 206, Medical Plan. • A Traffic Plan. Unit2: Visual2-4 PositionOverview

  6. PurposeoftheLogisticsSection ■TheLogisticsSectionprovidesfacilities,services,and suppliesinsupportoftheincident IL IMT in Merkel Texas with T.F.S. Wildland Fire Shadow Deployment Unit2: Visual2-4 PositionOverview

  7. 1. FunctionsoftheLogisticsSection ■Service ■Support Unit2: Visual2-5 PositionOverview

  8. OrganizationofLogisticsSection Unit2: Visual2-6 PositionOverview

  9. SupportBranchDirector ■Supervisestheoperationofthesupply,facilities,and groundsupportunits ■BriefsLogisticsSectionChiefonbranchactivities ■Participatesinbriefingsandplanningmeetingsinthe LogisticsSection Presidential Inauguration JAN 2013 Washington, D.C. Unit2: Visual2-8 PositionOverview

  10. UnitOverview ■PurposeoftheFacilitiesUnit ■ResponsibilitiesoftheFacilitiesUnitLeader LOGISTICS SECTION FACILITIESUNIT GROUNDSUPPORT UNIT SUPPLYUNIT Unit3: Visual3-3 OverviewofFacilitiesUnit

  11. FacilitiesUnit ■Determinesrequirementsfor facilities ■Base ■IncidentCommandPost ■Camps ■Layoutsofincidentfacilities ■Securesfacilitiesandprovideslayouts ■Supervisessecuritymanagerand base/campmanager Marseilles Training Area 2011 Unit2: Visual2-9 Meal Support to Sandy Victims 2012 PositionOverview

  12. UnitOverview ■PurposeoftheGroundSupportUnit ■ResponsibilitiesoftheGroundSupportUnitLeader LOGISTICS SECTION FACILITIESUNIT Support Branch GROUNDSUPPORT UNIT SUPPLYUNIT Unit4: Visual4-3 OverviewofGroundSupportUnit

  13. GroundSupportUnit ■DevelopsandimplementstheTrafficPlan ■Arrangesandsupportsfueling,repair,and maintenanceofgroundresources ■Maintainsrecordsand inventoryofsupportandtransportationvehicles ■Maintainsincidentroads Unit2: Visual2-10 PositionOverview

  14. Responsibilities of the Ground Support Unit Leader ■MaintainSupport VehicleInventory(ICS Form218) ■NotifyResourcesUnit ofstatuschanges ■MaintainUnitLog(ICS Form214) Unit4: Visual4-8 OverviewofGroundSupportUnit

  15. Responsibilities of the Ground Support Unit Leader ■CoordinatewiththePlanning Sectionon: ■Developmentof TransportationPlan ■Capabilitiestoimplement ICSForm204 ■Specialtransportation needs ■Demobilization Unit4: Visual4-11 OverviewofGroundSupportUnit

  16. UnitOverview ■PurposeoftheSupplyUnit ■ResponsibilitiesoftheSupplyUnitLeader LOGISTICS SECTION FACILITIESUNIT GROUNDSUPPORT UNIT SUPPLYUNIT CPL Walter Eugene (Radar) O'Reilly Unit5: Visual5-3 OverviewofSupplyUnit

  17. SupplyUnit ■Participatesinlogisticsplanningmeetings ■Orders,receives,distributes,andstoressuppliesand equipment ■Maintainsinventory ■Ordersorreturnssupplies ■Servicesreusableequipment Unit2: Visual2-11 FEMA Warehouse – Suffolk County PositionOverview

  18. TrackingMethodorDistributionofSupplies GeneralMessage _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ RequestingUnit keepswhitecopy Be Innovative GeneralMessage _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ YellowandpinkcopiesgotoOrdering Resourceordernumbersareattachedtoitems YellowcopyisfiledinOrdering GeneralMessage _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ RequestingUnit Pinkcopygoeswith items deliveredtounit thatrequestedthem GeneralMessage _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ PinkcopygoestoRandD PinkfiledwithRandD until items are received Receivingand Distribution Ordering Unit5: Visual5-9 OverviewofSupplyUnit

  19. ICS 213RR Unit 5: Overview of Supply Unit

  20. ICSForm260-1ResourceOrderForm Unit5: Visual5-11 OverviewofSupplyUnit

  21. T-Cards Overhead RiepeDIVS SmithHEBM InStock Pumps Saws Crews SawtoothHS ValeHS SanCarlos#75 3 BlackDIVS Generators M is so els ul 20a SanCarlos sh HS ov sa ws Ja psh ck so n Flame-N-Gos10 HS um ov 2pels saki t ws Minn#10 Unit5: Visual5-13 Suffolk County New York – Hurricane Sandy 2012 OverviewofSupplyUnit

  22. ServiceBranchDirector ■SupervisesCommunications,Medical,andFoodUnits ■Participatesinbriefingsandplanningmeetings ■Coordinatesactivitiesofbranchunits ■BriefsLogisticsSectionChiefonbranchactivities Unit2: Visual2-12 PositionOverview

  23. UnitOverview ■PurposeoftheFoodUnit ■ResponsibilitiesoftheFoodUnitLeader LOGISTICS SECTION FOODUNIT MEDICALUNIT COMMUNICATIONS UNIT Unit6: Visual6-3 OverviewofFoodUnit

  24. FoodUnit ■Supervisesassigned personnel/contracts ■Determinesfoodand waterrequirements ■Determinesbest methodoffeeding ■Ordersfoodorwater ■Ensureshealthandsafetymeasures Unit2: Visual2-13 PositionOverview

  25. FOOD AND NUTRITION REQUIREMENTS • Fire Fighters / Emergency workers may burn 5,000 to 6,000 calories a day • Responders under heavy work load may need to replace 12 or more quarts of fluid in a say. • They may need up to one or two quarts of fluids per hour. • Water is the fluid of choice

  26. UnitOverview ■PurposeoftheMedicalUnit ■ResponsibilitiesoftheMedicalUnitLeader LOGISTICS SECTION FOODUNIT MEDICALUNIT COMMUNICATIONS UNIT Unit7: Visual7-3 OverviewofMedicalUnit

  27. MedicalUnit ■PreparestheMedicalPlan(ICSForm206) ■ParticipatesinthePlanningMeeting ■Plansforemergencies ■Respondstorequestsformedicalaid ■Ensuresrehabilitationofincidentpersonnel Unit2: Visual2-14 Hurricane Sandy Medical Support Unit 2012 PositionOverview

  28. P R E P A R E S T H E I C S 2 0 6

  29. UnitOverview ■PurposeoftheCommunicationsUnit ■ResponsibilitiesoftheCommunicationsUnitLeader LOGISTICS SECTION FOODUNIT MEDICALUNIT COMMUNICATIONS UNIT Unit8: Visual8-3 OverviewofCommunicationsUnit

  30. CommunicationsUnit ■ImplementsCommunicationsPlan(ICSForm205) ■ParticipatesinthePlanning Meeting ■Ensurescommunications systems ■Ensuresportableradiosare distributedperIAPandtheIncidentRadio CommunicationPlan ■Recoversunusedequipment FEB 2011 Blizzard Unit2: Visual2-15 PositionOverview

  31. Responsibilities of the Communications Unit Leader ■PrepareandimplementtheICSForm205—Incident RadioCommunicationsPlan Unit8: Visual8-6 OverviewofCommunicationsUnit

  32. 2. Role and Responsibilities of LogisticsSectionChief ■Plansandorganizesthe LogisticsSection ■Assembles&briefsUnit Leaders ■Identifiesserviceandsupport needs ■Processesrequestsfor resources ■Considerssafetyfirst ■WorkswithotherGeneral Staff Hurricanes’ Ivan and Gustav 2008 Unit2: Visual2-17 PositionOverview

  33. LogisticsSectionChief(cont.) ■ReviewsIAPandprojects needsfornextoperational periods ■Providesinputforthe Comm.,Medical,andTraffic PlancomponentsoftheIncidentActionPlan(IAP) ■ReviewstheDemobilizationPlanandimplementsthe logisticsportionoftheplan ■Maintainsunitlog Unit2: Visual2-18 PositionOverview

  34. CommandandGeneralStaff ■CoordinateswithC&GStafffor: ■Operationalneeds ■Workspace ■Equipment ■Supplies ■Vehicles ■Reconcilingfiles Unit2: Visual2-19 PositionOverview

  35. LogisticsWithinanIMT ■Communications ■WiththeC&GStaff ■WithintheLogisticsSection ■Externalelements • Suffolk County Incident Management Logistics Cell during Hurricane Sandy Response; IL IMT, Suffolk County EMA, New York EMA, FEMA Unit2: Visual2-20 PositionOverview

  36. PlanningandActivationofSection ■IdentifyunitsinLogisticsSectiontobeactivated ■Revertdutiesandresponsibilitiesforunfilled positionstothesupervisor ■Ensureaneedfortheunitbeforeordering Unit10: Visual10-3 PlanningandActivatingSection

  37. Brandon Oxley, Lindsey May, Dennis Bingheim and Keith Frank Brandon Oxley, Lindsey May, Dennis Bingheim and Keith Frank IdentifyWorkSpaceRequirements ■LandUseAgreements ■Communicationsrequirements ■Access(foot,vehicle,trafficflow) ■Ensuresafetyrequirementsaremet Brandon Oxley, Lindsey May, Dennis Bingheim and Keith Frank Unit10: Visual10-4 PlanningandActivatingSection

  38. BriefUnitLeaders ■Planforlogisticsmeetings ■Listcurrentandanticipatedactivities ■Anticipatesectionactivityforindividualunits ■OutlineAgency’sexpectations ■OutlineIncidentCommander’sexpectations Unit10: Visual10-5 PlanningandActivatingSection

  39. InstructSectionPersonnel ■Establishtimelinestomeet ■Beproactiveandadheretosafetyrequirements ■Establishoperationalperiod ■Establishplanning&orderingcycle ■Completeandupdatewrittenplansontime ■Turnindocumentationontime Unit10: Visual10-6 Bill Farnham and NY State IMT Rep 2012 PlanningandActivatingSection

  40. PlanningMeeting Unit11: Visual11-3 OverviewofMedicalUnit

  41. One-on-One ■Communicationwithincidentpersonnel ■Sections,UnitLeaders ■Talkwithincidentpersonnel ■Incidentcommunicationscenter ■Befamiliarwiththeincidentarea Dan Ellis CFD and Lewis Kearny Type 1 IC Unit11: Visual11-4 OverviewofMedicalUnit

  42. ParticipationinStrategyandTactics ■Participateinproposedstrategyandtactics ■ParticipateinthecompletionofICSForm215— OperationalPlanningWorksheet ■Doyouhavetheabilitytosupporttheplan? ■ReviewofICSForm215a—IncidentActionPlanSafety Analysis ■Coordinatewithoperationspersonnel Unit11: Visual11-5 OverviewofMedicalUnit

  43. AbilitytoSupportIncidentActionPlan ■Adviseoncurrentcapabilitiesandlimitations ■Ifunabletosupport,adviseonalternatives,ifany Suffolk County Shelters Suffolk County New York Unit11: Visual11-6 OverviewofMedicalUnit

  44. DiscussLongRangePlans ■Identifypotentialandfuturerequirements Unit11: Visual11-7 OverviewofMedicalUnit

  45. DemobilizationProcedures ■Determineademobilizationprocedure earlyintheincident Hurricanes’ Ivan and Gustav DEMOB 2008 Unit12: Visual12-13 Demobilization

  46. DemobilizationPlan ■AskLogisticsSectionUnitLeadersstatusofsupport resources ■Assesscurrentcapabilities ■Determineadditionalresourceneeds ■Identifyshortagesandorderadditionalresources 45 KW Generator at a Medical Support Tent Unit12: Visual12-14 Generators are Always in Demand in a Disaster Demobilization

  47. ContinuousCommunication • ■Possiblereleaseofresources • ■Timeframes • ■Releasenotificationandtransportationtimes • ■Lengthofassignment • ■Agencytravelregulations • ■Medical/emergencyreleases • ■Continuallycommunicatewith • operationsand othersectionsfor: • Tacticalassignmentdownsizing NATO Summit M.A.C.C. Unit12: Visual12-15 Demobilization

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