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M. U. S. A. R. . Commanding a Confined Space Rescue. TERMINAL OBJECTIVE. M. U. S. A. R. . Utilize the Incident Command System of the AHJ during a confined space rescue simulation. M. U. S. A. R. . ENABLING OBJECTIVES. Define goals and objectives Identify the purpose of SOG’s

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terminal objective
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE

M. U. S. A. R.

Utilize the Incident Command System of the AHJ during a confined space rescue simulation.

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M. U. S. A. R.

ENABLING OBJECTIVES

  • Define goals and objectives
  • Identify the purpose of SOG’s
  • Identify support groups within the ICS
  • Demonstrate the use of worksheets
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Life Safety
  • Incident Stabilization
  • Property Conservation

INCIDENT PRIORITIES

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Priority
  • Risk/Benefit Analysis
  • Strategies
    • Offensive (Rescue)
    • Defensive (Body Recovery)

LIFE SAFETY

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Training + Equipment + Experience =

Tactical Objectives

INCIDENT STABILIZATION

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Procedures to follow from arrival to termination of the incident:
  • Phase I
  • Phase II
  • Phase III
  • Phase IV

STANDARD OPERATING GUIDE

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PHASE IPre-Entry (Scene Management)

  • Implemented when first unit arrives on the scene
    • size-up initiated
    • command established
    • hazard control procedures implemented
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PHASE IIEntry/Rescue Operations

  • Select proper protective equipment
  • Designate personnel to complete tactical objectives
  • Develop a rescue plan
    • test communication equipment
  • Locate the victim
    • obtain additional equipment needed for removal
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PHASE IIIRemoval

  • Package the patient
  • Provide rigging, if needed
  • Report to group leader and EMS
    • treat and/or transport patient
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PHASE IVTermination

  • Document information
    • interview rescuers
  • Rehabilitate Rescue team members
  • Inspect equipment
  • Conduct a post-incident
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Make an initial scene assessment and evaluation
  • Establish strategic goals and tactical objectives
  • Determine action plan
  • Determine additional resources
  • Deploy personnel
  • Establish a command post

STRATEGIC GOALS/TACTICAL OBJECTIVES

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Number of victims
  • Type of space
  • Witness interview
  • Permit review
  • Hazard assessment
  • Air monitoring
  • Type of equipment needed
  • Available resources

Initial Scene Assessment and Evaluation

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Establish Strategic Goals and Tactical Objectives

  • Implement a offensive or defensive strategy
  • Goals
    • identification
    • isolation
    • protection
    • notifications
    • rescue/recovery
    • termination
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Offensive vs. Defensive

Determine Action Plan

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Personnel
  • Equipment

Determine Additional Resources

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Design and ICS
    • tactical worksheet

Deploy Personnel and Units

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Establish a Command Post

  • ICS members identifiable with vests
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Group/Branch Supervisor

Safety

Entry - Rescue/Recovery

Emergency Intervention

Ventilation

Air monitoring

Lockout

Air Supply

Riggers

Medical

Communications

Research

Decon

FUNCTIONAL COMPONENTS OF THE ICS