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  1. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  2. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Module 1 Introduction and Command Procedures ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  3. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  4. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Identify the purposes of IMS ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  5. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Identify the purposes of IMS • Identify when IMS is required ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  6. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Identify the purposes of IMS • Identify when IMS is required • Identify command responsibilities ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  7. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Identify the purposes of IMS • Identify when IMS is required • Identify command responsibilities • Explain incident goals and objectives ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  8. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • List the standard command functions ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  9. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • List the standard command functions • Identify the 3 types of command ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  10. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • List the standard command functions • Identify the 3 types of command • List the 6 items required in an initial radio report ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  11. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives • Demonstrate giving an initial radio report ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  12. What is IMS? ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  13. What is IMS? The Incident Management System (IMS) is a standard method of operating at all incidents that the Elgin Fire Department responds to. This includes fires, hazardous materials incidents, EMS, water rescue and other types of emergencies. ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  14. What IMS is: ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  15. What IMS is: • A management tool that defines the roles and responsibilities of all units responding to an incident ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  16. What IMS is: • A management tool that defines the roles and responsibilities of all units responding to an incident • A system that enables one individual to control the incident ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  17. What IMS is: • A management tool that defines the roles and responsibilities of all units responding to an incident • A system that enables one individual to control the incident • A system designed to eliminate “freelancing” on the fire ground ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  18. What IMS is not: ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  19. What IMS is not: • Designed to “handcuff” or take authority away from the IC ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  20. What IMS is not: • Designed to “handcuff” or take authority away from the IC • Designed to set strategies or control tactics ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  21. What IMS is not: • Designed to “handcuff” or take authority away from the IC • Designed to set strategies or control tactics • Designed to require “more guys in vests” than firefighters ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  22. What IMS is not: • Designed to “handcuff” or take authority away from the IC • Designed to set strategies or control tactics • Designed to require “more guys in vests” than firefighters • IMS is not complicated ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  23. When are we required to use IMS? ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  24. When are we required to use IMS? • Every multi-company incident we respond to - period. ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  25. When are we required to use IMS? • Every multi-company incident we respond to - period. • The use of IMS is required by ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  26. When are we required to use IMS? • Every multi-company incident we respond to - period. • The use of IMS is required by • SARA Title III ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  27. When are we required to use IMS? • Every multi-company incident we respond to - period. • The use of IMS is required by • SARA Title III • NFPA 1500 ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  28. When are we required to use IMS? • Every multi-company incident we respond to - period. • The use of IMS is required by • SARA Title III • NFPA 1500 • NFPA 1561 ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  29. When are we required to use IMS? • Every multi-company incident we respond to - period. • The use of IMS is required by • SARA Title III • NFPA 1500 • NFPA 1561 • MABAS Division II ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  30. Basic Concepts ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  31. Basic Concepts • Unity of Command ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  32. Basic Concepts • Unity of Command • Span of Control ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  33. Unity of Command ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  34. Unity of Command • Every individual has a supervisor ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  35. Unity of Command • Every individual has a supervisor • Orders transmitted and accepted within immediate chain of command ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  36. Unity of Command • Every individual has a supervisor • Orders transmitted and accepted within immediate chain of command • Does not prevent communications needed for operations/safety of others ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  37. Unity of Command • Maintains accountability ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  38. Span of Control ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  39. Span of Control • Number of individuals one supervisor can effectively manage ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  40. Span of Control • Number of individuals one supervisor can effectively manage • Critical at emergency scene for safety and accountability ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  41. Span of Control • Number of individuals one supervisor can effectively manage • Critical at emergency scene for safety and accountability • In IMS, ranges from 3 to 7 ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  42. Factors that influence Span of Control ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  43. Factors that influence Span of Control • Availability and capabilities of supervisors or resources ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  44. Factors that influence Span of Control • Availability and capabilities of supervisors or resources • Number and difficulty of assignments ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  45. Factors that influence Span of Control • Availability and capabilities of supervisors or resources • Number and difficulty of assignments • Geographic size of incident ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  46. Effective Span of Control Shift Deputy Engine 1 Engine 5 • Quint 1 ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999 1-14

  47. Not-So-Effective Span of Control Shift Deputy Engine 1 Engine 2 Engine 3 Engine 4 Quint 1 Tower 2 Amb. 5 Amb. 4 ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999 1-15

  48. Command Responsibilities ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  49. Command Responsibilities • Life Safety - Civilians and Firefighters ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999

  50. Command Responsibilities • Life Safety - Civilians and Firefighters • Taking care of the problem - stabilizing the incident ELGIN FIRE DEPARTMENT - TRAINING DIVISION - 1999