8 Functions of Command

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8 Functions of Command
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  1. What are the 8 functions of command
    • 1- Deployment
    • 2- Assume, confirm, position command
    • 3- Situation evaluation (size-up)
    • 4- Strategy development/incident action planning
    • 5- Communications
    • 6- Organization
    • 7- Review and revision
    • 8- Continue, support, and terminate command
  2. A command shall be formally declared on all incidents where _? or more units are dispatched.
    3 or more
  3. What is ETN? and after how many minutes?
    • Elapsed Time Notification
    • after 10 minutes
  4. IC's will need to use the following structure when assigning any unit into the hazard zone?
    • Tasks
    • Location
    • Objectives
  5. When is a formal roll call required?
    • During
    • Tactical benchmarks
    • switching strategies
    • mayday
  6. 3 deep deployment model
    • Guys working in the hazard zones
    • Guys on Deck
    • Guys in level 1 & 2 staging
  7. Command Modes

    investigative mode
    nothing showing
  8. 3 Operational Levels in IMS
    • Strategic
    • Tactical
    • Task
  9. What is CAO
    • Conditions
    • Actions
    • Outcomes
  10. What are the critical factors?
    • Occupancy
    • Arrangement
    • Life Safety
    • Fire
    • Resource
    • Action
    • Special Circumstances
  11. Fixed Factors:
    • Building
    • Occupancy type
    • Arrangement
    • Special circumstances
  12. Variable Factors
    • Life
    • Fire
    • Resources
    • Action
  13. Offensive or Defensive IAP?

    Rescue
    Fire Control
    Property conservation
    Offensive
  14. Offensive or Defensive IAP?

    Define the Hazard Zone
    Establish cut-offs
    Search Exposures
    Protect Exposures
    Defensive
  15. What are the 3 Offensive Benchmarks?
    • Life Safety - primary and secondary All-Clear
    • Fire Control - Fire under control
    • Property Conservation - Loss Stopped
  16. Initial Radio Report - IRR
    • Announce your arrival on the scene
    • Building/area description
    • Describe the problem
    • Declaration of the strategy
    • Resource Determination
    • Assuming and Naming command

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