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San Bernardino County Fire Office of Emergency Services

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  1. San Bernardino County Fire Office of Emergency Services Emergency Communications Service

  2. ECS Mission Statement The mission of the Emergency Communications Service (ECS) is to provide San Bernardino County Fire Department a professional front-line communications, technical and logistical support unit unparalleled in California.

  3. San Bernardino County Facts • Geographic coverage area of 20,160 square miles • Approximate population of 2.1 million • 3 Major transportation corridors I-15, I-10, I-40 (65%) • Serving more than 24 cities / 53 communities • 10 Major colleges and universities • 33 School districts • Multiple major tourist destinations • More than 40 public safety agencies

  4. San Bernardino County Fire Facts • 66 Stations / 13 support facilities covering 17,500 square miles • 60 Cities and Communities • 1,200 employees / 221 ECS personnel • 79,000 + calls for service annually • All Hazard / All Risk • Host CA-RTF 6

  5. County Fire Organization Chart 2012

  6. ACS History In 1996 the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (GOES) directed their communications arm to develop a new model for RACES units throughout the state. The purpose was to create a structure that allowed the Comm Units to operate on any incident or disaster while only requiring the local agency’s authorization to activate.

  7. ACS History This created a communications unit with the flexibility to handle multi-mission roles in support of served agencies. The Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) was the final result. ACS is designed around both the ICS and Operational Area structures.

  8. Benefits to the ACS structure • ECS may respond to any event or incident with only local agency authorization • Disaster Service Worker insurance (DSW) now covers all operations & training • Simplified automatic aid agreements • Simplified organizational structure • Moved RACES from lead to component • Allowed for non-Hams to join

  9. ECS History San Bernardino County RACES, as a field element of the County’s Office of Emergency Services, was transferred to the County Fire Department in 1996. RACES began the process of switching over to the ACS model in early 1998. The final organizational structure was completed in 1999. The new organization was called the Emergency Communications Service (ECS), incorporating RACES, ARES and supporting personnel

  10. ECS Organization Chart 2012

  11. ECS Personnel • 221 – ECS active duty personnel • 204 – Ham Licensed • 17 – Non-Hams • Age ranges from 22 – 75 • 11 members with more than 24 years service • 11 affiliated cities & 53 communities • Diverse professional Backgrounds

  12. Operational hours 2003 • Training – 1,500 • Response – 14,150 Total hours – 15,650 Major Events • CAP DHS Exercise • Lightning Fire • Palm Fire • Bridge Fire • Old / Grand Prix Fire • Christmas Floods Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  13. Operations for 2003

  14. Ops 2003 / Old Grand Prix Fire • 150,767 acres • 1,128 homes • 71 Other • 6 fatalities • 47 injured • 5,120 FFP • 122 ECS • 80,000 evacuated • 10 shelters • $54 Million October 21 – November 15,2003

  15. Operational hours 2005 • Training – 1,000 • Response – 2,300 Total hours – 3,300 Major Events • Thurman Fire • Hector Mine Quake Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  16. Operational hours 2006 • Training – 2,187 • Response – 3,567 Total hours – 5,754 Major Events • Jurupa Fire • Pico Fire • Sawtooth Complex • Emerald Fire • Pinnacle Fire • Sierra Fire • Engine 57 Memorial • Golden Guardian `06 Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  17. Operations for 2006

  18. Operational hours 2007 • Training – 2,421 • Response – 5,083 Total hours – 7,504 Major Events • Los Flores Fire • Butler II Fire • Grass Slide Complex • CA OES San Diego Mutual Aid • Fire MOB Center Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  19. Operations for 2007

  20. Operational hours 2008 • Training – 5,086 • Response – 4,525 Total hours – 9,611 Major Events • Capt. Tomaselli Memorial • Basin Complex Mutual Aid standby • Chino Hills Quake • Eng. Keen Memorial • Golden Guardian `08 Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  21. Operations for 2008

  22. Operational hours 2009 • Training – 3,649 • Response – 5,697 Total hours – 9,346 Major Events • Leisa Hurst search • H1N1 Response • Station Fire • Oak Glenn Fire • Sheep Fire • Chief Miller Memorial • Ride around the Bear Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  23. Operations for 2009

  24. Operational hours 2010 • Training – 4,617 • Response – 7,489 Total hours – 12,106 Major Events • January Winter Storm • CA/AZ Emcomm Exercise • SW ARRL Convention • December Winter Storm Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  25. Operations for 2010

  26. Operational hours 2011 • Training – 4,620 • Response – 5,557 Total hours – 10,177 Major Events • December 2010 Winter Storm • Lake Arrowhead CERT/ECS FSX • Hill Fire • Wrightwood Outage Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  27. Operations for 2011

  28. Operational hours 2012 • Training – 2955 • Response – 8423 Total hours – 11,378 Major Events • Repatriation FSX • Angelus Oaks & Wrightwood Outage • Tour de Bear Hours only cover Operations, Events & Training

  29. Operations for 2012

  30. Major Annual Operations • Kids on Public Land / OHV & ECS • 14 Operators / 295 hours / 2 days / 10 years • Ride the Bear Bike event • 39 Operators / 275 hours / 1 day / 8 years • Amgen Tour of Ca Leg 6 event • 73 Operators / 781 hours / 2 days / 2 years

  31. Major Annual Operations

  32. Major Annual Operations • “Baker 2 Vegas” Relay race • 39 Operators / 1150 hours / 3 days / 21 years • CA Speedway / Counter Terrorism (TEWG) • 11 Operators / 325 hours / 2 days / 8 years

  33. Major Annual Operations

  34. Annual Response Operations Year Event Incident Total 2003 7 5 12 2004 5 4 9 2005 5 6 11 2006 6 7 13 2007 4 5 9 2008 11 8 19 2009 11 12 23 2010 19 11 30 2011 23 7 30 2012 25 11 36 TOTALS 116 76 192

  35. ECS Cost Savings Year Hours Salary Annual Cost Annual Ops Annual Savings • 15,650 $19.19 $300,325.50 $17,202.00 $283,123.50 • 4,050 $19.55 $79,177.50 $23,482.00 $55,695.50 • 3,300 $20.04 $66,132.00 $18,282.00 $47,850.00 • 5,754 $20.77 $119,510.98 $19,232.00 $100,278.98 • 7,804 $22.79 $177,853.16 $17,742.00 $168,111.16 • 9,611 $23.29 $219,034.69 $20,582.00 $198,452.69 • 9,364 $24.18 $226,421.52 $26,282.00 $200,139.56 • 12,106 $25.22 $305,313.32 $24,282.00 $281,031.32 • 10,177 $26.12 $265,823.24 $25,314.00 $240,509.24 • 11,378 $26.12 $297,193.36 $17,147.00 $280,046.36 Figures from www.independentsource.com

  36. ECS Total Hours 2003 - 2012 • Total Annual Training 28,511 • Total Annual Operations 60,683 ____________________________________ • Total Annual Hours 89,194

  37. ECS Cost Savings Summary 2003 - 2012 • Total Annual Salaries $2,061,590.77 • Total Annual Operations $209,547.00 _____________________________________ • Total Savings to County Fire $1,852,043.77

  38. ECS Training Standards • 2004 – Began to set new training standards to lessons learned in Old/Grand Prix Fire • 2005 – 10 classes / Hazmat FRA • 2006 – 14 classes / Introduction of Red Card • 2007 – 24 classes / NIMS Tier 1 / FEMA EMI online • 2008 – 33 classes / NIMS Tier 2 / PDC / NFA classes • 2009 – 39 classes / NIMS Tier 3 / Safety • 2010 – 45 classes / NIMS Sup / NMT / TEEX • 2011 – 49 classes / DHS OBP

  39. ECS Training Standards NIMS Tier 1 • ICS 100.b – Introduction to Incident Command System • ICS 200.b – Basic Incident Command System • ICS 700.a – National Incident Management System (NIMS) NIMS Tier 2 • ICS 300 – Intermediate ICS Unified Command • ICS 800.b – National Response Framework NIMS Tier 3 • ICS 400 – Advanced ICS Area Command Tier 1 - Required by CALEMA for all first responders as of September 1, 2007 Tier 2 -Required for all ECS Field Response Personnel as of January 1, 2012 Tier 3 -Recommended for all ECS Senior Staff

  40. ECS Training Standards NIMS Supplemental • ICS 701.a – NIMS Multiagency Coordination System (MACS) • ICS 702.a – NIMS Public Information System • ICS 703.a – NIMS Resource Management • ICS 704.a – NIMS Communication and Information Manage • ICS 706.a – NIMS Intrastate Mutual Aid Recommended by ECS for all personnel as of January 1, 2011

  41. ECS Specialized Training ICS / NIMS TRAINING • NIMS Tier 1 - 3 • NIMS Supplemental • FEMA PDC / EMI • NFA Online • SEMS EOC Training • EOC Comm Training • Command Post Ops • Incident Video Doc FIRE/SAFETY TRAINING • S-190 Fire Behavior • S-130 Wildland Safety • S-110 Fire Camp Ops • S-236 Staging Area • Hazmat FRA • WMD Awareness • CPR First Aid / AED • Vehicle Operations

  42. ECS Staff Training Completed • 100 % – NIMS Tier 1 • 69% – NIMS Tier 2 • 50% – NIMS Tier 3 • 70 % – Hazmat First Responder Awareness • 70 % – WMD First Responder Awareness • 80 % – CPR First Aid / AED • 45 % - CHP Traffic Control • 47 % - CERT trained • 38 % - County Vehicle Operations • 22 – FEMA Professional Development Cert Numbers as of January 1, 2013

  43. Expanded training • WebEOC Operations training • SEMS EOC Section Training • NWCG Radio Operator training • NWCG Comm Unit Leader

  44. ECS ARES Unit • Unit meets all Co training standards • Supports local NGO’s public events • Supports Hospitals & Transit Agencies • Supports Patton State Hospital ACS unit

  45. ECS Technical Support • Radio system design • Telecomm consulting • Equipment installation • Field troubleshooting • IS / IT field support

  46. ECS Weather Support • Incident weather • Pinpoint spot weather • Strike teams • SAR missions • Special events • CalOES Fire Ops • Travel weather • Skywarn Coordination • Weather safety • 1025 hours 2012

  47. ECS Video Unit • Provides incident video documentation • Provides video documentation on training events • Supports Co Fire PIO & OA PIO group

  48. ECS EOC Comm Section • 1 800 MHz radio • 1 BK VHF radio • VHF / UHF radios • 1 220 MHz radio • 2 HF All mode radio • 2 Scanners • APRS / Winlink • Satellite Internet • Satellite Phone • Laser Printers / Fax • Backup power

  49. ECS Fleet Vehicles ECS SUV CS 502 Raytheon Utility

  50. Division Comm Support Units • 1 800 MHz radio • 2 BK VHF radios • 3 VHF / UHF radios • 1 220 MHz radio • APRS / Winlink • Satellite Phone • BGAN Data • Chevy S-10 Blazer • 4 X 4