Flashcards in Chapter 16: Delivery Of Emergency Services II Deck (64)
Producing operational plans involves the application of information gathered from: (4)
Knowledge of the jurisdictions ICS system
Knowledge of incident scene safety policies
The strategy required to control incidents using available resources
An increase in the complexity of an incident increases the complexity of the _________.
Large-scale incidents, commonly referred to as _________, can include pumpers, aerial, rescue, hazmat, and support apparatus.
A level II company officer must be able to coordinate the _______ of units to mitigate the incident.
Company officers should receive ongoing training in _________ throughout their careers.
Each Level II company officer should be trained to ICS level _______. ICS level _______ is recommended.
Each incident should have only _____ IC.
As the complexity of the incident increases, the level II company officer may transfer command to a _______ or _________.
Higher ranked officer
As the IC, the Level II company officer must: (4)
Conduct size up
Assign task responsibility
Develop an IAP
As an incident progresses, the Level II company officer must also: (3)
Track resources on the scene
Consider personnel accountability
Plan the release of those resources
To manage resources, a _____ and ______ system used by the organization should be implemented.
When considering resource management, a Level II company officer must be able to: (4)
Reassign the units
If staging has not been implemented, company officers should _______
Check in with the incident commander and wait for an assignment
Units assigned to the incident must contact the incident commander to ensure that they have complete _________ with the command post.
Tracking system visual aids may be a ______ or _______.
Dry erase board
At every incident, a system of ________ should be employed.
As it pertains to accountability, the incident commander should know: (3)
Who is at the incident
Where each person is located
Who and how many may be trapped or injured
The _______ is responsible for the personnel accountability system.
The personal accountability system may be assigned to another officer or Command aide as part of the _______ section.
Name three Command types of personnel accountability systems.
SCBA tag system
The incident commander should demobilize resources when they are ________.
No longer needed
NFPA ______ identifies rehabilitation procedures for demobilizing personnel.
Decontamination may be necessary before going back in service. This can take place ________ or _______.
At the incident site
______, _________, and ______ must be decontaminated in accordance with local policy and NFPA 1581.
Transferring of command should be done in person at the _______, if possible.
The transfer of command can be assisted through the use of a _______ or _______.
ICS Form 201
The officer assuming command should acknowledge the receipt of the information by _______.
Repeating it back
After transfer of command, the former IC can be ______ or _______.
Retained as an aide
Command organization must develop at a pace that _________ of the tactical deployment of resources.
Stays ahead of