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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

What are 2 common problems associated with staging at multiple alarm incidents?

1. Companies park in a location that is some distance from the incident

2. Companies that are assigned to rehab are often overlooked and not reassigned to the incident

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

This is the location at which primary support activities are conducted:

The Incident Base

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

A single Incident Base is established to house:

Equipment and personnel support operations (Food, fuel)

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

This is where unused apparatus are parked:

The Incident Base

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

This is established for the temporary location of available resources while awaiting operational assignment:

Staging areas

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

These (3) areas will be established at all multiple alarm incidents:

1. Incident Base

2. Staging area

3. Rehab

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who will assume the functions of Base Manager, Staging Manager, and Rehab Manager?

First arriving engine on second alarm

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

All companies assigned second alarm or greater should respond to the location of:

Incident Base and report their arrival to the staging manager on the alternate radio channel

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

The incident base should be established within how far of the fire ground?

1/4 mile

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who will assume the Staging Manager position?

The officer of the 1st engine on second alarm

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who does the base manager report to?

The logistics chief

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who will assume the Base Manager position?

Firefighter of 1st in engine on 2nd alarm

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who does the Staging Manager report to?

The Operations section chief

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who will assume the Rehab Manager position?

The Fire Specialist of the 1st in engine on 2nd alarm

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who should the Rehab Manager report to?

The Medical Unit Leader/Logistics Section Chief

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

The remaining firefighter will assume what role?

Assistant to the Staging Manager or Resource Unit Leader

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who does the Resource Unit Leader report to?

The Planning Section Chief

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

What are the 3 categories of company status on scene?

1. Available

2. Assigned

3. Out of Service

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who will establish an interior staging area at high-rise alarms?

3rd aerial apparatus

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

At a high-rise alarm, the name of the exterior staging area will use the:

Street it is located on

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who is responsible for requesting needed companies and or equipment from staging?

Operations Section Chief

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who is responsible for sending companies to rehab as needed?

Operations Section Chief

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who is responsible for maintaining accountability of all companies and personnel on scene?

Plans Section Chief

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[A713.3 Staging at Multiple Alarm Incidents]

Who is responsible for assigning a Resource Leader to track the companies assigned to the incident and their status?

Plans Section Chief

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