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FOUR BASIC ORGANIZATIONAL PRINCIPLES IN ORDER TO OPERATE EFFECTIVELY AS A TEAM MEMBER
UNITY OF COMMAND
SPAN OF CONTROL
DIVISION OF LABOR
DISCIPLINE
UNITY OF COMMAND
A PERSON CAN REPORT TO ONLY ONE SUPERVISOR
DIVISION OF LABOR
DIVIDING LARGE JOBS INTO SMALLER ONES TO ASSIGN RESPONSIBILITY, PREVENT DUPLICATION OF EFFORT, TO MAKE SPECIFIC CLEAR CUT ASSIGNMENTS
DISCIPLINE
ORGANIZATIONS RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE THE DIRECTION NEEDED TO SATISFY THE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES IT HAS IDENTIFIED
COMPANY
STANDARD OPERATING UNIT OF A FIRE DPARTMENT
SPAN OF CONTROL
NUMBER OF PERSONNEL ONE INDIVIDUAL CAN EFFECTIVLY MANAGE (3-7)
NFPA 1001
STANDARD FOR FIRE FIGHTER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
NFPA 1002
STANDARD FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT VEHICLE DRIVER/OPERATOR PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
NFPA 1021
STANDARD FOR FIRE OFFICER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
NFPA 1061
STANDARD FOR PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATORS
NFPA 1003
STADARD FOR AIRPORT FIRE FIGHTER PROFESSINAL QUALIFICATIONS
NFPA 472
STNDARD ON PROFESSINOAL COMPETENC OF RESPONDERS TO HAZ-MAT INCIDENTS
NFPA 1031
STANDARD FOR PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR FIRE INSPECTOR
NFPA 1033
STANDARD FOR PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR FIRE INVESTIGATOR
NFPA 1035
STANDARD FOR ROFESSIONAL UALIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY EDUCATOR
NFPA 1041
STANDARD FOR FIRE SERVICE INSTRUCTOR PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
POLICY
A GUIDE TO DECISION MAKING WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION
PROCEDURE
A DETAILD GUIDE TO ACTION
ORDER
BASED UPON A POLICY OR PROCEDURE
DIRECTIVE
NOT BASED ON A POLICY OR PROCEDURE
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM COMPONENTS
-COMMON TERMINOLOGY
-MODULAR ORGANIZATION
-INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS
-UNIFIED COMMAND STRUCTURE
-CONSOLIDATED ACTION PLANS
-MANAGEABLE SPAN OF CONTROL
-PREDESIGNATED INCIDENT FACILITIES
-COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
INCIDENT COMMANDER
PERSON IN CHARGE OF THE OVERALL INCIDENT
COMMAND STAFF
SAFETY OFFICER
LIAISON OFFICER
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
OPERATIONS OFFICER
REPORTS DIRECTLY TO THE IC AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MANAGING ALL OPERATIONS THAT DIRECTLY AFFECT THE PRIMARY MISSION OF ELIMINATING THE PROBLEM
PLANNING
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COLLECTION, EVALUATION, DISSEMINATION, AND USE OF INFORMATION CONCERNING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INCIDENT
LOGISITICS
RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THE FACILITIES, SERVICES, AND MATERIALS NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE INCIDENT
SERVICE BRANCH
INCLUDES MEDICAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND FOOD SERVICES
SUPPORT BRANCH
SUPPLIES, FACILITIES, AND GROUND SUPPORT
FINANCE/ADMINISTRATION
TRACKS AND DOCUMENTS ALL COSTS AND FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF THE INCIDENT
COMMAND
FUNTION OF DIRECTING, ORDERING, AND CONTROLLING RESOURCES BY VIRTUE OF EXPLICIT LEGAL, AGENCY, OR DELEGATED AUTHORITY
DIVISION
GEOGRAPHIC DESIGNATION ASSIGNING RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL OPERATIONS WITHIN A DEFINED AREA
GROUPS
FUNCTIONAL DESIGNATIONS
SECTOR
GEOGRAPHICAL OR FUNCTIONAL
INCIDENT ACTION PLAN
1. ENSURING PERSONAL SAFETY AND SURVIVAL
2. RESCUING OR EVACUATING ENDANGERED OCCUPANTS
3. ELIMINATING THE HAZARD
4. CONDUCTING LOSS CONTROL
5. CLEANING UP AN DPROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
COMMAND CAN ONLY BE TRANSFERRED TO...
SOMEONE WHO IS ONSCENE
SITUATION STATUS REPORT
-DESCRIPTION OF WHAT HAS HAPPENED
-WHETHER ANYONE WAS/IS INJURED OR TRAPPED
- WHAT HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR
-IS THE PROBLEM STABILIZED OR GETTING WORS
-WHAT RESOUCES ARE ONSCE OR ENROUTE
-DO WE NEED MORE RESOURCES
TRACKING RESOURCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM ELEMENTS
-PROCEDURE FOR CHECKING IN ATH THE SCENE
-WAY OF IDENTIFYING THE LOCATION OF EACH UNIT AND ALL PERSONNEL ON SCENE
- PROCEDURE FOR RELEASING UNITS NO LONGER NEEDED
MOST FIREFIGHTER INJURIES ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF...
PREVENTABLE ACCIDENTS
NFPA 1500
STANDARD ON FIRE DEPARTMENT OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM
MOST COMMON DANGER A FIREFIGHTER EXPERIENCES
RIDING THE APPARATUS TO AND FROM EMERGENCY CALLS
MOST EXPENSIVE SINGLE TYPE OF ACCIDENT IN TERMS OF WORKERS COMPENSATION
BACK INJURIES
DOUBLE INSULATED TOOLS SHOULD HAVE A...
THREE PRONGED PLUG