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Size up modeled on...

Risk vs Gain analysis

2

3 strategic principles

Life Safety
Fire Control
Property Conservation

3

Priorities during a rescue (2)

Aggressive interior attack
Oriented Primary search

4

Primary search minimum FF

At least 2

5

Basic command org. Primary search responsibility

IC but delegated to Fire Attack Group

6

Complex command org. Primary search responsibility

Each Div Supt.

7

Secondary search

Confirm primary search
Done in ideal conditions
Completed by different companies than primary

8

Victim found who handles rescue

Fire attack. RIC may assist

9

Potential for many victims assign....

Rescue group

10

Rescue group assumes

Coordination of search and rescue

11

Medical group

Responsible for triage, treatment, and trans

12

First strategic consideration for command

FF and civilian safety

13

Structure First arriving units efforts should:

Confine and control fire
Rapid interior attack and proper ventilation improves IDLH

14

Search Tactic efforts (3)

FF SAFETY
PRIMARY SEARCH
SECONDARY SEARCH

15

Search and Rescue above the Fire

Fire should be located, confined or held in check

16

Overhaul objectives

Contain spread
Support Fire invest
Completely extinguish
Minimize property damage
Secure property

17

Overhaul includes:
Cause invest
Extinguish completely
Monitor IDLH (CO)
Utilities
Protect building from outside elements
Structure condition
Restore protection devices

See front

18

Fire dept goal for containing brush fires

95% to 10 acres or less

19

Fire contained

Control line around the fire

20

Fire controlled

Fire extinguished

21

Fire out

Completely extinguished

22

Wildland strategic priorities

FF/civilian safety
Follow structure defense guidelines
Defend public infrastructure
Protect environment and cultural
Defend AG resources
Give PIO info
Cost management
Control fire within objectives

23

Structure defense based on 2 principles

Structure is defendable and FF risks mitigated

24

Transition to structure firefighting from wildland

Extinguish small spots outside
Commit if no higher priority exists
Adequate resources to meet objectives
Interior involvement with IDLH all rules apply

25

Wildfire--->structure with 25% involvement-->disengage
UNLESS:

Adequate resources
Can operate under district FF principles
No other higher priority
Effort will reduce exposure to other structures

26

Check and Go

Rapid evaluation for occupants and life safety and move on

27

Bump and Run

Ahead of Fire in the spotting zone.
Pick up spots
Protect as many structures as possible
Stay mobile

28

Back firing

Indirect attack
Set fire inside control lines
Eliminates fuel

29

Burning out/firing out

Clean up unburned fuel between control lines and fire

30

Initial attack defined

Containment achieved within 2 hours or 2nd alarm
Full control within operational period

31

Extended attack

Beyond 2nd alarm or operational period

32

BRUSH ONSCENE:


Establish Command
Confirm location
Estimate fire size
Fire behavior assessment/ROS
Access/Staging
Primary Helispot

33

BRUSH SIZE UP

Where is it going?
Potential fire growth
Jurisdiction or threat (SRA/LRA)
Incident control objectives (the box)
Threat to structures/infra
Local weather/and fuel
Com Plan
Special hazards
Commitment of resources
Ordering point

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BRUSH PROGRESS REPORT:

Change of Command (IC)
Change in incident control objective
Addition of Ops, Planning Ops, or branch dir. (Initial attack only)
Updated info on extent of Fire or GPS coordinates(Extended)
Incident emergency
Change in Comms
Escalation/de-escalation
Fire contained or controlled