Card Set Information
E -7 Unit designation
Strategic goals: defined
The overall plan that will be used to control the incident (what has to be done)
- are bold in nature and are achieved by completion of tactical objectives
Examples of strategic goals:
1. Protection or removal of Exposed persons
2. Protection of external or internal exposures
3. Confining and extinguishing a
4. Minimize loss to involved or exposed property fire
- tactical objectives are the operations that must be accomplished to achieve strategic
-how the job should be done!
Steps for accomplishing tactical objectives:
-assignment of resources
-nature of tactical activity
-location of tactical activity
The incident action plan is the ------ of the incident management.
The command staff consists of -----,----, and ----. And other positions as required, will report directly to ----.
-public information officer
The incident commander
Multi jurisdictional incidents, involving several agencies, may require the establishment of a -----on the -----.
- command staff
The ----function is to develop and recommend measures for assuring personal safety, and to assess hazardous and unsafe situations.
The ----is the point of contact for the agency the representative assigned to the incident.
The ......is responsible for developing and releasing info about the incident, to the news media, to the incident personnel, and.......
The public information officer
The general staff normally consist of the:
-Operations section Chief
-finance/administration section chief
-logistics section chief
-planning section chief
A----will provide for rapid and accurate accounting of ----in the event of a building collapse, explosion or other similar events and will cut down on freelancing on the fire ground.
-Personnel accountability system
The ---- is responsible for collection, evaluation, dissemination and use of information about the development of the incident and...
The planning section chief
The logistics section chief is responsible for the ----mechanism for the organization.
The member in charge of a division or group is referred to as ----- and reports to----.
The person in charge of staging area is referred to as -----and is responsible for managing all activities within the -----.
-Staging area manager
The ---- is a member of the general staff and is responsible for all tactical operations at the incident.
A ---- or back up to shall be assigned as soon as possible at all incidents where members are required to enter IDLH atmospheres.
The member in charge of a ---- is referred to as a leader.
Strike team/task force
The ---- consists of safety officer, information officer, and liaison officer.
Personnel Accountability system will consist of:
- proper input and maintenance personnel info into the mobile computer terminal MCT
- unit riding list
-command control chart and form ICS 214
---- are created with partition of an incident into geographical areas of operation.
Division: "front of building"
Proceeding clockwise, the next side of the building will be division .....
The fire building will be designated division .....
the first floor will be division .....
Exposure "A" will be ..... Side "A"
Evacuation signal is:
"get out, get out, all members evacuate the building"
This message will be broadcast three times.
Air horns on on all apparatuses so equipped at the incident will be sounded using a series of short blasts for .....the transmission of radio message.
The two most common variations of command involve the use of .....and ....
When there is more than one responding agency with incident jurisdiction and incidents that across jurisdictions what type of command do you use?
In this type of command is generally used when there are a number of incidents in the same area and of the same type.
Certain predefined incidents will have individual ......specific to that type of incident because of the incidents miniature size and complexity.
1. .....(The current situation presents)
-type of incident
2. .....(predictions based on existing conditions)
-extent of incident severity
- explosion and collapse potential
3. -determine strategy
-evaluate tactical options
4. .... And ....
-availability of and need for additional resources
-actions and the effect of actions already taken
Resources and capabilities
-issue tactical assignments
-evaluate results, situation status
-alter tactics and or strategy
Plan of operation