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NFPA 1500
Standard on Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program
Airfield rescue and fire fighting
ARFF
Similar to mutual aid except that payment rather than reciprocal aid is made by one agency to the other
Outside Aid
Sound organizational theory dictates that each member should report to only one supervisor
Unity of Command
When firefighters are assigned by their supervisor to perform duties that fall under the authority of another supervisor
Functional Supervision
the number of subordinates that one individual can effectively supervise
Span of Control
Breaking large jobs down into smaller tasks that are assigned to specific individuals
Division of Labor
Setting the limits or boudaries for expected performance and enforcing them
Discipline
Having an uninterrupted series of steps or a chain of authority
Scalar Organizational Structure
defined as two or more persons who interact with regard to common goals
Group
group image
One of the greatest influences of the success of a group?
Anything that acknowledges a person's existence
Stroke
based on a belief that decisions will be better if everyone has an opportunity to contribute to them
Modern Management
replace mid-level managers and supervisors with more or less autonomous teams of workers
Self-Directed Work Teams
conditions under which mastery is to be demonstrated
"the given"
how mastery is to be demonstrated
"the performance"
what constitutes mastery
"the standard"
to teach starting with the simplest and progressing to the more complex
"instruction order"
some skills must be taught by the order they must be done regardless of complexity
"production order"
corrective actions necassary when trainee fails to master a small step or unit
"remediation"