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Vehicle accident report form

FD 106

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State of TX form to report initial injury/illness

DWC-1

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State of TX form to outline employee health status

DWC-6

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When the supervisor of an employee who is injured, becomes ill or is involved in an accident the must notify his supervisor

As soon as possible

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Responsible for the submission of the DWC-1 to the Workers Comp Clerk

Immediate supervisor

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Responsible for ensuring delivery of initial DWC-1 to FD Safety Officer

Workers Comp Clerk

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FAO will notify the following in the event of a work related injury/illness (5)

- Safety 99
- BC and/or Shift Duty Chief
- Fire apparatus and equipment shop
- PD
- Risk management

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Official photographs taken by

Designated individuals

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When in an accident the associated forms must be delivered by employee/supervisor to appropriate persons no later than

The next business day

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Safety officer ensures form 106 is forwarded to the Appratus and Equipment shop and to Claims Office-Risk Management within

72 hours

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For non-vehcle injury/illness the employee/supervisor must deliver the DWC-1 to Workers Comp Clerk in Fire Admin no later than

The morning of the next business day

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Company members shall dress alike by

Class of uniform

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Collar Insigne placement:
- FF/Eng
- Officers

- FF/Eng = "FD" parallel to the ground, 1/4" from collar edges
- Officers = Bugles shall align with collar tip, 1/4" from collar edges

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Badge sizes
- Coat
- Shirt
- Wallet

- Coat = 2 3/4"
- Shirt = 2 1/2"
- Wallet = 1 5/8"

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Wallet badges issued to (3)

- Investigators
- Chief Officers
- Other personnel w/ approval of Fire Chief

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Operations required to maintain the following number of uniform articles:
- Trousers (BDU pants/shorts)
- Work shirts
- Dress shirt (blue or white)
- Work jacket
- Belt
- Ball cap
- Toboggan
- Job shirt
- Sweatshirt
- Sweatpants
- T-Shirt
- Shorts

- Trousers (BDU pants/shorts) = 5
- Work shirts = 5
- Dress shirt (blue or white) = 1
- Work jacket = 1
- Belt = 1
- Ball cap = 1
- Toboggan = 1
- Job shirt = 1
- Sweatshirt = 1
- Sweatpants = 1
- T-Shirt = 3
- Shorts = 1

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Non-Operations required to maintain the following number of uniform articles:
- Operations approved work uniform
- White dress/polo shirt
- Black trousers

- Operations approved work uniform = 1
- White dress/polo shirt = 5
- Black trousers = 5

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T-shirts/sweatshirts/physical fitness clothing shall be worn only (6)

- Exercising
- Health and fitness evals
- As sleeping atire
- Station cleanup
- Apparatus maintenance and cleanup
- Hydrant/hose testing

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Location of badge tab on Dress coat

1" above breast pocket

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Patch location on Dress coat

Left shoulder

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Dress Hat
- Fire Chief, Assistant Chief, Deputy Chief
- Battalion Chief
- Captain, Lieutenant
- Engineer, Firefighter

- Fire Chief, Assistant Chief, Deputy Chief = White bell crown, WHITE CAP BAND, gold mylar strap, gold medallion, rank specific
- Battalion Chief = White bell crown, BLACK CAP BAND, gold mylar strap, gold medallion, rank specific
- Captain, Lieutenant = Black bell crown, BLACK CAP BAND, gold mylar strap, gold medallion, rank specific
- Engineer, Firefighter = Black bell crown, BLACK CAP BAND, silver mylar strap, silver medallion, Firefighter scramble

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One maltese cross for each 5 years of service shall be worn n the ___ sleeve and above the rank designation

Left sleeve

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Rank designation shall be identified by a narrow ___ inch or wide ___ inch stripe near the sleeve cuff
- Fire Chief
- Assistant Chief
- Deputy Chief
- Battalion Chief
- Captain
- Lieutenant
- Engineer
- Firefighter

Narrow = 1/2"
Wide = 1"

- Fire Chief = 1 wide, 2 narrow gold
- Assistant Chief = 1 wide, 1 narrow gold
- Deputy Chief = 1 wide gold
- Battalion Chief = 3 narrow, gold
- Captain = 2 narrow, gold
- Lieutenant = 1 narrow gold
- Engineer = 2 narrow silver
- Firefighter = 1 narrow silver

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Types of signs and symptoms that characterizes critical incident stress (4)

- Physical
- Cognitive
- Emotional
- Behavioral

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Peer driven, clinician guided and provided within 48-72 hours

CISD

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Objectives of CISD (6)

- Prevention of traumatic stress
- Mitigation of traumatic stress
- Intervention to assist in recovery
- Acceleration of recovery
- Restoration to function
- Maintenance of worker health and welfare

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Takes place within 8 to 12 hours of the incident and last 30-45 min

Defusing

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Objectives of defusing

- Rapid reduction of intense reactions
- Normalizing of the experience
- Re-establishment of the social network
- Assessment of personnel to determine if a full CISD is needed

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One-on-one conversations with a trained Peer

Peer support counseling

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Appointed by the Fire Chief and responsible for coordinating critical incident stress interventions and networking with other agencies and departments

CISM team coordinator