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  1. SEARCH AND RESCUE

  2. Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre Awareness and Initial Actions

  3. National SAR System

  4. Victoria Search and Rescue Region and Adjoining Search and Rescue Regions

  5. JRCC Controller Duties and Responsibilities • Requests for assistance can come from anywhere, similar to 911 • Investigate, evaluate and consider the facts and circumstances to determine a course of action to resolve the incident • Detect and dispatch, matching the tasking at hand to a suitable and available resource

  6. Incident Classification • Marine Incident • Original vehicle operates on water • Air incident • Involves manned aircraft regardless of where aircraft came to rest • Humanitarian • Medivacs, missing persons, civilian assistance, enforcement

  7. Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre Communications

  8. Getting the Call • Telephone, Pager, Radio • JRCC • 1-800-567-5111 • MCTS • VHF 16, *16 • 911

  9. Getting the info • Checklists • Initial tasking information

  10. Stages of an Incident

  11. Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre Resources

  12. SAR Vessel Capabilities • All SAR marine resources must be capable of: • Incident detection & search capability • Survivor Recovery • Firefighting • Towing • Salvage & damage control • To what extent they can carry out these tasks is a function of their size and crew training.

  13. SAR Vessel Characteristics • Type 600/1050 - Narwhal, John Tully • Large SAR cutter/high endurance • All weather patrol • Offshore operations

  14. SAR Vessel Characteristics • Type 500 - Gordon Reid, Tanu • Intermediate SAR cutter/medium endurance • Moderate weather patrol • Close offshore operations

  15. CG Gordon Reid

  16. SAR Vessel Characteristics • Type 400 - Arrow Post, Pt. Henry • Small Cutter/station mode • Medium range/moderate speed • Semi sheltered waters operations

  17. CG Cutter Point Race

  18. SAR Vessel Characteristics Hovercraft

  19. Air Cushion Vehicle

  20. Air Cushion Vehicle

  21. 47 foot Lifeboat

  22. 753 Rigid Hull Inflatable

  23. Cormorant Helicopter

  24. Buffalo Aircraft

  25. Aurora Maritime Patrol Aircraft

  26. Sea King with Canadian Frigates

  27. Personnel

  28. Royal Canadian MarineSearch & Rescue

  29. Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre Search Planning and Operations

  30. Creeping Line SearchUsed when search object is more likelyto be at one end of search area than the other TS

  31. Parallel Track SearchUsed when search object could be anywhere in search area ? TS

  32. Sector SearchUsed when there is a high likelihood that search objectis at datum. each turn is 120 degrees 1TS =Datum 2 TS Search Unit passes repeatedly through datum.

  33. 5 TS Each turn is 90 degrees. 3 TS 1 TS 5 TS 3 TS 1 TS 2 TS 4 TS 6 TS 2 TS 4 TS 6 TS Expanding Square SearchUsed when there is a high likelihood that search objectis at datum. =Datum • Align search legs • with cardinal points • Carry two DMB’s

  34. Barrier SearchUsed in areas of rapid current, usually a river or confined space. Current • Pick landmarks to • steer on. • SRU must be angled to • stem current • OSC usually takes this search • if it’s a multi-unit search • Main search areas upcurrent Search Area

  35. Surge Channel Shoreline SearchA favourite for RHI’s Boulder Beach Sandy Beach ? ? Driftwood/Log Beach • SRU must stay within beam sighting • distance of beach. • All possibilities must be investigated. • Safety of walking Search Units ? ?

  36. Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre Rescue Planning and Operations

  37. What is Risk Management? • A process by which we can maintain an acceptable level of safety during the operation • Safety • The identification and control of risk • Risk Management • The identification and control of risk, according to a set of preconceived parameters

  38. Stop Stop outside of the event zone (100 feet in most marine situations). Assess Everybody observes, being careful to only discuss their observations and not plans. Plan Everybody gets input on the plan but the leader has the last say. The leader assigns tasks and clarifies each team member’s role. When everyone acknowledges the plan, the team can approach.

  39. Mission Analysis • organize team to meet mission objectives • allocate resources to critical tasks • monitor teams and environment, and adjust resources as necessary

  40. Mission Analysis • define tasks • verify data • discuss objectives • assess risk: safety risks, evaluate loss potential • assemble plan • critique plan

  41. Severity • The potential loss from unplanned events • Injury, occupational illness or death • Equipment damage • Mission degradation • Reduced moral • Adverse publicity • Administrative and/or disciplinary actions

  42. DeployResources Getting Underway Harbour Transit Mission Operations Briefing Piloting Risk assessed for transit and mission Reassess Risk Reassess Risk Reassess transit and Mission Risks Reassess risk to resources Operational Risk Assessment