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SETS & REPS RADIO PROCEDURES

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SETS & REPS RADIO PROCEDURES

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  1. SETS & REPS RADIO PROCEDURES INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  2. Effective Incident Communications provides the connection between the Strategic level of the IC, the Tactical level of the Sector Officers, and the Task Level of the firefighters. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  3. Communications becomes one of the major tools of Command’s operational effectiveness and control, and it must have a standard set of system elements to be effective INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  4. Some of these elements include: • Using standardized reporting • -Keeping radio reports brief & concise • -Exercising radio discipline • -Painting a picture of scene • -Identifying the IC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  5. The communications process starts out with the Initial Radio Report from the First Arriving Apparatus INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  6. The Initial Radio Report should include: • Confirm Arrival/Address • Describe Visible Signs • Building Description – Occupancy Type • Actions Taken • Assume and Name Command • PAR Status INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  7. Give an Initial Radio Report for the Following Scenarios INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  8. Confirm Arrival/Address • Describe Visible Signs • Building Description – Occupancy Type • Actions Taken • Assume and Name Command • PAR Status INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  9. Pumper ___ has arrived ______________ • Working Fire • The centre store of a single story medium sized strip mall. • Pumper ___ is laying a 65mm line: Requesting a Second Alarm (Base Location?) • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What strategy would you use based on your size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  10. Confirm Arrival/Address • Describe Visible Signs • Building Description – Occupancy Type • Actions Taken • Assume and Name Command • PAR Status INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  11. Pumper ___ has arrived ________________ • Working Fire • Large Spa manufacturing plant • Pumper ___ is laying a 65mm line: Requesting a Second Alarm (Base Location?) • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What Strategy would you use based upon your • size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  13. Pumper ___ has arrived ________________ • Smoke visible • Large community Church • Pumper ___ is laying a 65mm line: Requesting a Second Alarm (Base Location?) • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What hazards do Church’s present to FF’s? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  15. Pumper ___ has arrived __________________ • Yellow smoke visible from 3 - 200L drums • Rear of large warehouse • Pumper ___ is securing a hot zone • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What Strategy would you use based upon your • size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  17. Pumper ___ has arrived __________________ • Working Fire • Basement of a Church • Pumper ___ is laying a 65mm line: Requesting a Second Alarm (Base Location?) • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What Strategy would you use based upon your • size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  19. Pumper ___ has arrived _________________ • Light smoke visible • Second floor of a multi-story office building • Pumper ___ is proceeding with a fast attack: Requesting a Second Alarm (Base Location?) • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  21. Pumper ___ has arrived ___ • Working Fire • Garage of a two story detached dwelling • Pumper ___ is advancing a 38mm • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  23. Pumper ___ has arrived ___ • Tanker Truck fully involved • Pumper ___ is laying a 65mm line • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  25. Pumper ___ has arrived at ___ • Working fire on the second floor of a 2 story residential dwelling • Pumper ___ is laying a handline to the 2nd floor for search, rescue and fire attack. • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) Command • Par ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What Strategy would you use based upon your • size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  27. Pumper ___ has arrived ___ • Smoke visible • Below grade Parking Garage • Pumper ___ is investigating • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What Strategy would you use based upon your • size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  29. Pumper ___ has arrived ___ • Working Fire in a one story roofing store • Pumper ___ is laying a 65mm line: Requesting a Second Alarm (Base Location?) • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What hazards can be assumed before entry? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What Strategy would you use based upon your • size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  31. Pumper ___ has arrived ___ • Vehicle accident involving two cars, one being an ambulance • Pumper ___ is investigating • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What resources (TFS or other) would you request? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? • What Strategy would you use based upon your • size up? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  33. Pumper ___ has arrived • Working Fire in a second floor unit of a three story residential/commercial building • Pumper ___ is in fast attack: Requesting a Second Alarm (Base Location?) • Pumper ___ Captain is in (mode?) command, • PAR ___ • Discussion: What problems arise from these type of occupancies? • What directions should be relayed to incoming apparatus? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  34. C.A.N. Reports INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  35. Progress Reports to Command should be structured in the form of a C.A.N. report. Conditions Actions Needs INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  36. Give a C.A.N. Report for the following Interior Conditions INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  38. Unit and Location: Identify who you are and where you are! Conditions: Smoke Visible; Light? – Moderate? – Heavy? Origin known? Actions: Investigating? – Fire Attack? – Primary Search? Needs: Additional crews? – Hand lines? – 2nd Alarm? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  40. Unit and Location: Identify who you are and where you are! Conditions: Smoke Visible; Light? – Moderate? – Heavy? Origin known? Actions: Investigating? – Fire Attack? – Primary Search? Needs: Additional crews? – Hand lines? – 2nd Alarm? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  42. Unit and Location: Identify who you are and where you are! Conditions: Smoke Visible; Light? – Moderate? – Heavy? Origin known? Actions: Investigating? – Fire Attack? – Primary Search? Needs: Additional crews? – Hand lines? – 2nd Alarm? INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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