Flashcards in Ems Ops Bulletin 9 Deck (25)
Rescue Task Force
Suppression Task Force
Where is the Casualty Collection Point (CCP) usually located? A. Hot, B. Warm, C. Cold zone D. B and C
D - warm or cold zone
An example of cover would be? A. Desk B. Garage Door, C. Engine Block, D. Bushes
C - engine block (also masonry walls)...provide ballistic protection
What is an example of cover?
Bushes, office cubes (do not provide ballistic protection)
An RTF will consist of how many members total?
4 MPD plus 2 Fire and EMS
Should MPD make attempts to provide medical assistance or evacuate victims while attempting to make contact with the suspect?
What is the response assignment for an active shooter?
3E, 1T, 1 RS, 2BFC's, 1 ALS, 3 BLS, 1 EMS Supervisor, 1 Mass Casualty Task Force
First due BFC should contact who?
MPD Command Information Center
Staging occurs how far away?
Who initiates accountability?
1st due BFC
What is the 2nd due BFC's assignment?
Rescue Group Supervisor
Who coordinates the creation of RTF/STF teams from staged units?
2nd due BFC
Who maintains Level III accountability?
2nd due BFC
Who identifies the location for CCP's?
Where do the Rescue Squad place their pat tags?
With them to the command post
Should ALS providers bring their ALS bags with them when assigned to the RTF?
no, only operate with EMS equipment from the equipment cache
The initial RTF Recon team will consist of?
OIC and 1 firefighter
Active Shooter PPE includes?
Level III ballistic vest, ballistic helmet, gloves, knee pads, eye protection
How many sets of Active shooter PPE are on Rescue Squads?
How many sets of Active shooter PPE are on the North and South Mass Casualty Task Force Support Units?
What's the service life of the ballistic vests?
Concerning Active shooter incidents and social media, can an OFF duty member post information about an incident?
No. No information by ON or OFF duty members can be posted...places the members in danger
What is the #1 cause of preventable deaths in victims of penetrating trauma in an active shooter incident?
Hemorrhage control and airway management
Assessment by medical providers