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Unit 1 – Objective

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  1. Unit 1 – Objective Describe the overall function, role, responsibilities and qualification requirements of the Incident Human Resource Specialist. Slide 1-2

  2. HRSP Function • Must be established on fires on National Forest lands, when 300 or more people are assigned to an incident. • Ensure that a positive working environment, supportive of cultural diversity, will be maintained and enhanced for all incident personnel. Slide 1-3

  3. Continued… • Be proactive in preventing incident human interaction problems. • Be timely in resolving minor human interaction problems and concerns that may arise during the incident. Slide 1-4

  4. HRSP Major Roles/Responsibilities • Monitors incident activities for violations of appropriate practice and/or activities that could lead to violations. • Inform incident management that inappropriate practices exist. Slide 1-5

  5. Continued… • Advises incident management/ supervisors on proper actions to take to handle inappropriate acts or conditions. • Assists in the resolution of inappropriate acts or conditions. • Provides appropriate documentation. Slide 1-6

  6. Roles Incident HRSP SHOULD NOT Assume: • HRSP should not take on responsibilities of other incident personnel such as IC, other IMT personnel, incident supervisors, safety officer, LEO’s, etc… • HRSP should not be a social director. Slide 1-7

  7. Continued…SHOULD NOT: • HRSP should not dig for issues or act as a “watch dog.” They should mingle and make general observations. Slide 1-8

  8. Continued…SHOULD NOT: • The HRSP is not an “employee” advocate. The HRSP is a “management” advisor and representative. Union representatives are employee advisors and advocates. NFFE Article 28 outlines the requirements for Union representation on incidents. Slide 1-9

  9. Qualification Requirements • PMS 310-1, Wildland Fire Qualification Guide • FSH 5109.17, Fire & Aviation Management Qualifications Handbook Slide 1-10

  10. Unit 1 – Objective Describe the overall function, role, responsibilities and qualification requirements of the Incident Human Resource Specialist. Slide 1-11