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1
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[B310 Relief On-Scene

On-scene relief is the responsibility of:

A

Command

2
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[B310 Relief On-Scene

In all cases, what supercedes considerations for relief?

A

Accountability of personnel

3
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[B310 Relief On-Scene

On-scene relief of crews at active incidents will occur as soon as practical after the incident:

A

Has been declared under control

4
Q

[B310 Relief On-Scene

What will not be used to effect shift change on scene?

A

Personal vehicles

5
Q

[B310 Relief On-Scene

What is the major consideration during stand-by operations?

A

Control of the scene

6
Q

[B310 Relief On-Scene

Personnel will not be commonly relieved on scene of what?

A

Stand-by operations

7
Q

[B310 Relief On-Scene

What may be summoned for shuttle use from the scene to the station but may take upwards of an hour to show up?

A

Capital Metro bus

8
Q

[B310 Relief On-Scene

After all other options have been exhausted, Command may request, through dispatch, the use of what to transport personnel to and from the scene?

A

AFD personnel and vans

9
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[B310 Relief On-Scene

Who will fire dispatch contact to approve the use of vans for transporting personnel?

A

The Shift Commander or on-call Assistant Chief

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