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  1. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  2. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Module 2 Command Modes ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  3. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  4. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Identify and explain the 3 command modes ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  5. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Identify and explain the 3 command modes • Given a situation, identify the appropriate command mode ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  6. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Identify and explain the 3 command modes • Given a situation, identify the appropriate command mode • Explain the transfer of command procedure ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  7. Command modes ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  8. Command modes Command modes are the “starting play” from which we operate ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  9. Command modes 3 Command Modes ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  10. Command modes 3 Command Modes Nothing Showing ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  11. Command modes 3 Command Modes Nothing Showing Fast Attack/Offensive ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  12. Command modes 3 Command Modes Nothing Showing Fast Attack/Offensive Defensive ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  13. Nothing Showing ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  14. Nothing Showing Used when no emergency is apparent ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  15. Nothing Showing • Assume and announce command ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  16. Nothing Showing • Assume and announce command • Officer and crew investigate ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  17. Nothing Showing “Engine 4 is on the scene and is Bowes Command - we have a 1 story commercial - nothing showing - going interior to investigate” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  18. Nothing Showing The first arriving engine, truck and the Shift D/C proceed to the scene. ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  19. Nothing Showing The Truck Company is to place their apparatus in the most advantageous position based on the structure and the potential needs of the incident ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  20. Nothing Showing Additional companies arriving on the scene automatically go to level 1 staging until directed further by Command ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  21. Code 2 Response ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  22. Code 2 Response During the “nothing showing” mode the first arriving company will be further investigating to determine if a problem exists ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  23. Code 2 Response In those instances where it is determined that the situation may require additional companies, but the level of urgency does not warrant the use of lights and sirens, the IC has the option of requesting a “code 2” response from certain or all units ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  24. Code 2 Response “Code 2” means that the remaining companies responding will discontinue the use of lights and siren and proceed to level 1 staging until further directed by Command ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  25. Code 2 Response Examples of situations where a code 2 response may be indicated: ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  26. Code 2 Response Examples of situations where a code 2 response may be indicated: • broken sprinkler pipes ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  27. Code 2 Response Examples of situations where a code 2 response may be indicated: • broken sprinkler pipes • certain types of ambulance alarms ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  28. Code 2 Response Examples of situations where a code 2 response may be indicated: • broken sprinkler pipes • certain types of ambulance alarms • smoke investigations that indicate food on the stove, light ballast, etc. ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  29. Code 2 Response “Elgin Fire from Highland Command” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  30. Code 2 Response “Elgin Fire from Highland Command” “Go ahead Highland Command” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  31. Code 2 Response “Elgin Fire from Highland Command” “Go ahead Highland Command” “This is a broken sprinkler pipe - have all other companies respond code 2” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  32. Code 2 Response “Elgin Fire from Randall Command” “Go ahead Randall Command” “This appears to be an electric motor on the roof - have Tower 2 continue code 2 - all other companies can return” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  33. Code 2 Response “Ambulance 2 from Engine 4” “Go ahead Engine 4” “This is going to be a non-transport - continue 2 code” “Message received - Ambulance 2 continuing code 2” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  34. Code 2 Response With code 2 response the truck company that would normally proceed to the scene will now go to level 1 staging ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  35. Code 2 Response The Shift D/C will continue to the scene ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  36. Code 2 Response The main purpose of establishing code 2 as an option is to reduce the use of lights and sirens in situations where it is not necessary ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  37. Fast Attack ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  38. Fast Attack Used when immediate action to stabilize incident requires company officer involvement ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  39. Fast Attack • Offensive fire attacks ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  40. Fast Attack • Offensive fire attacks • Critical life safety situations ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  41. Fast Attack • Offensive fire attacks • Critical life safety situations • Incidents where firefighter safety is a major concern and direct supervision is necessary ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  42. Fast Attack The first arriving company officer: ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  43. Fast Attack The first arriving company officer: • Gives the appropriate initial report ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  44. Fast Attack The first arriving company officer: • Gives the appropriate initial report • Directs and supervises his/her company to address the immediate need ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  45. Fast Attack “Engine 1 is on the scene and is Jefferson Command - we have a 2 story house - heavy smoke showing - we’re going fast attack with a preconnect” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  46. Fast Attack During the fast attack mode the Company Officer assumes Command and remains in Command using the portable radio from the interior ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  47. Fast Attack The Fast Attack mode is only meant to last a few minutes ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  48. Fast Attack Mode Ends When: ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  49. Fast Attack Mode Ends When: • The situation is stabilized ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998

  50. Fast Attack “Elgin Fire from Jefferson Command” “Go Ahead Jefferson Command” Engine 1 can handle 650 Jefferson, food on the stove, all other companies can return” ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1998