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1

What are the Incident Priorities for HazMat?

Life
Environment
Property/Equipment Protection

2

What are the Strategic Objectives for HazMat?

SCARIEPM
Size Up
Command/Follow-up
Assistance
Rescue/Initial Action
Isolation of Material
Evacuation
Person Responsible
Material ID

3

What are the Tactical Priorities for HazHat?

Rescue, Triage, Treat Injured Victims
Confine/Extinguish Fire
Control spill/Leak
Evacuate
Safety
Isolate & Deny Entry
Notifications

4

What is the 1st Alarm Response for HazMat/Tanker on Freeway?

3 Engines
1 Truck
1 Est
1 HMTF
1 Foam Unit
1 PM Squad
1 BC

5

What is the 2nd Alarm Response for HazMat/Tanker on Freeway?

3 Engines
1 Truck
1 HMTF
1 USAR
1 MAU
1 BC
1 AC

6

What is the 3rd Alarm Response for HazMat/Tanker on Freeway?

3 Engines
1 Truck
1 BC
1 AC
1 DC

7

What does your Size up Include?

Location of fire by address or intersection
Type of Carrier/Container
Type of Material Involved
Static vs. Dynamic w/ Direction of travel
Fire or No Fire
Injuries, Exposures, Wind Direction

8

What are your safety considerations? UCCHEAPP

Uphill/Upwind Approach
Contamination Reduction
Consider worse case
Hazardous Substance Containment
Entry into Exclusion Zone
Avoid Product Contact
Protective Clothing
Prepare for immediate egress

9

What are the Components of Command?

Unified Command
ICP Location
Staging Uphill/Upwind
Scene Management
Clean-up
Enforcement
Final Clearance

10

What is your initial action upon arrival?

Size-up
Initiate Rescue/EMS
Pass/Transfer Command
Follow Up Report

11

What is in your Follow Up Report?

Name Incident
Identify the IC & ICP Location
Request Additional Resources
Identify Staging location and or Check in Location
Special Instructions (Travel Routes, Wind Direction...)

12

What is contained in your transfer of command?

General Situation (Sit Stat)
IAP (ICS Organization, Goals and Objectives, Time Limits, Ordered Sequence of events)
Deployment, Assignment, and location of all resources (RE STAT)
Appraisal of needs for additional resources
Specific hazards, life and property loss potential

13

What are the components of a Status Report?

Situation
Progress
Needs

14

What other components of your organization will you need to establish?

Safety
PIO
RIC
Back-up Protector Line

15

How would you initially divide this incident?

Medical Group
Suppression / Attack Group
Exposure Group

16

What Notifications will you make?

Health HazMat
CHP
Cal trans
DFW
LAC Flood Control
AQMD
LAC Public Works
OES CALEMA# (Cal Emergency Management Agency)
OES Pump Off Truck
PIO/Safety

17

What additional Resources could you request on Follow-up?

2nd Alarm
Additional Ambulances
Medics

18

How do you Isolate and Deny Entry?

Create CRZ
CRZ 100' to 150'
Create Support Zone
Decon
Access Control Points
SRA in the EZ

19

What are your HazMat Considerations?

Placards/Papers
Driver MSDS
How Much Material

20

NAERG Colors?

Yellow = Identifies Product by Number
Blue = Identifies Product by Name
Green = TIH/Evacuation Instructions
Orange = Most important, gives mitigating instructions

21

What are your assignment of resources?

E1 = IC
E2 = Med Group - Rescue Triage Treat Transport
E3 = Suppress Attack Group - Confine Extinguish Foam
T1 = Exposure Group Dam Dyke Contain Runoff
HMTF = Plugging & Safety
EST = Assign to E2

22

Who is responsible for evacuations on freeway?

CHP

23

For All Incidents Involving Hazardous Substances Notify:

LAC HazMat Section, Disclosure Control Unit
LAC Health Services Environmental Protection Division
Local Law Enforcement Agency

24

Make Appropriate notifications for affected area:

Air Quality = AQMD
City Street = City Yard or Street Maintenance Section
County Road = LAC Public Works
State Highway = CHP or Cal Trans
Sewers = LAC Sanitation
Storm Drain Flood Control Channel or Navigable Waterway = LAC Flood Maintenance Div or Fish and Game
Underground Tanks = LAC Waste Mgmt Div. LAC PETChem