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1

What type of incidents should HSEMA be notified that FEMS is on?

significant incidents

2

Initial Notification to HSEMA shoud be made by which method

Group 1 Page

3

Who is responsible to send the initial Group 1 Page?

FLO ( Fire Liaison Officer)

4

After the FLO sends the Initial Group 1 Page, what should they do next?

Telephone the HSEMA EOC and confirm that they have received the page

5

Anytime the DFC OPS is on scene, when should they provide a detailed update to HSEMA?

as soon as possible after the incident is stabilized or as soon as sufficient incident management support is in place to allow for direct communication with HSEMA

6

When should the final update to HSEMA be provided?

When terminating Command

7

On extended incidents how often should a update be provided?

every hour

8

Should a Group 1 Page be sent if the department is placed into "Ready Alert" status?

YES

9

Should a Group 1 Page be sent when the Fire Operations Center is Activated?

YES

10

What 2 sources can HSEMA EOC utilize to obtain additonal information about incidents?

CAD System and Liaison Officers

11

After a WFD,a Group 1 Page should be sent within how many minutes?

5

12

At what 3 buidlings besides a single patient medical local should a Group 1 Page be sent?

White House, US Capitol, and Wilson Building

13

Does Activation of the Emergency Mobilization Plan require a Group 1 page?

YES

14

When is notification to HSEMA not required?

When the HSEMA EOC is activiated and a Emergency Liaison Officer is staffing the fire desk in the EOC, nor when Fire / EMS resources are operating on the scene of an incident where another city agency has incident command responsibilities