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Title: INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


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INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Module 4
  • Expanding the Command Organization

3
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
4
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives

5
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Identify factors requiring an expansion of the IMS

6
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Identify factors requiring an expansion of the
    IMS
  • Explain the roles and responsibilities of the
    Command Staff

7
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Identify factors requiring an expansion of the
    IMS
  • Explain the roles and responsibilities of the
    Command Staff
  • Identify the 4 command functions

8
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Explain the role and responsibilities of the
    Operations Section

9
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Explain the role and responsibilities of the
    Operations Section
  • Explain the role and responsibilities of other
    section officers

10
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Explain the role and responsibilities of the
    Operations Section
  • Explain the role and responsibilities of other
    section officers
  • Identify factors for the establishment of branches

11
Expanding the Organization
  • When it appears that the span of control will be
    exceeded, it is necessary to divide the incident
    into smaller portions

12
Factors that require expanding the IMS
13
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • To maintain span of control

14
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • To maintain span of control
  • To assist with IC workload

15
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • To maintain span of control
  • To assist with IC workload
  • information management

16
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • To maintain span of control
  • To assist with IC workload
  • information management
  • tactical worksheets

17
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • To maintain span of control
  • To assist with IC workload
  • information management
  • tactical worksheets
  • planning

18
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • To maintain span of control
  • To assist with IC workload
  • information management
  • tactical worksheets
  • planning
  • forecasting

19
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • To maintain span of control
  • To assist with IC workload
  • information management
  • tactical worksheets
  • planning
  • forecasting
  • requesting resources

20
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • Maintaining radio communications

21
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • Maintaining radio communications
  • Complexity of incident

22
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • Maintaining radio communications
  • Complexity of incident
  • Incidents involving multiple casualties

23
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • Maintaining radio communications
  • Complexity of incident
  • Incidents involving multiple casualties
  • Hazardous materials incidents

24
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • Incidents that require more direct supervision
    than the IC can provide

25
Factors that require expanding the IMS
  • Incidents that require more direct supervision
    than the IC can provide
  • Operations covering large geographic areas

26
Command Staff
27
Command Staff
  • Support Officer (SUPP)

28
Command Staff
  • Support Officer (SUPP)
  • Senior Advisor (ADV)

29
Command Staff
  • Support Officer (SUPP)
  • Senior Advisor (ADV)
  • Safety Officer (SAFE)

30
Command Staff
  • Support Officer (SUPP)
  • Senior Advisor (ADV)
  • Safety Officer (SAFE)
  • Public Information Officer (PIO)

31
Command Staff
  • Support Officer (SU)
  • Senior Advisor (SA)
  • Safety Officer (SO)
  • Public Information Officer (PIO)
  • Liaison Officer (LIASN)

32
Command Staff
  • Support Officer (SU)
  • Senior Advisor (SA)
  • Safety Officer (SO)
  • Public Information Officer (PIO)
  • Liaison Officer (LIASN)
  • Accountability Officer (ACCT)

33
Support Officer
34
Support Officer
  • The role of the Support Officer is to assist
    Command with fulfilling the four functions of
    Command - operations, planning, logistics, and
    finance

35
Support Officer
  • Obtain briefing

36
Support Officer
  • Obtain briefing
  • Review, evaluate, recommend changes to action plan

37
Support Officer
  • Obtain briefing
  • Review, evaluate, recommend changes to action
    plan
  • Evaluate need for more resources

38
Support Officer
  • Obtain briefing
  • Review, evaluate, recommend changes to action
    plan
  • Evaluate need for more resources
  • Assign departmental logistics

39
Support Officer
  • Assist with tactical worksheet and accountability

40
Support Officer
  • Assist with tactical worksheet and accountability
  • Evaluate fireground organization and span of
    control

41
Support Officer
  • As standard practice the Administrative Deputy
    Chief will function as the Support Officer

42
Support Officer
  • The Support Officer will normally be located at
    the Command Post

43
Senior Advisor
44
Senior Advisor
  • The role of the Senior Advisor is to assist
    Command with the broader perspective (BIG
    PICTURE) aspects of the incident

45
Senior Advisor
  • Obtain briefing

46
Senior Advisor
  • Obtain briefing
  • Review, evaluate, recommend changes

47
Senior Advisor
  • Obtain briefing
  • Review, evaluate, recommend changes
  • On-going review of overall incident

48
Senior Advisor
  • Obtain briefing
  • Review, evaluate, recommend changes
  • On-going review of overall incident
  • Advise on need for sections or branches

49
Senior Advisor
  • Act as or recommend a liaison with

50
Senior Advisor
  • Act as or recommend a liaison with
  • city agencies

51
Senior Advisor
  • Act as or recommend a liaison with
  • city agencies
  • outside agencies

52
Senior Advisor
  • Act as or recommend a liaison with
  • city agencies
  • outside agencies
  • property owners

53
Senior Advisor
  • The Senior Advisor will normally be the Fire
    Chief or the highest ranking officer on the scene

54
Senior Advisor
  • The Senior Advisor will normally be located at
    the Command Post

55
Safety Officer
56
Safety Officer
  • The role of the Safety Officer is to assist
    Command by focusing on the safety aspects of the
    incident

57
Safety Officer
  • Operate as the safety eyes and ears of Command

58
Safety Officer
  • Operate as the safety eyes and ears of Command
  • Ensure that personnel accountability is in place

59
Safety Officer
  • Operate as the safety eyes and ears of Command
  • Ensure that personnel accountability is in place
  • Ensure that companies are operating safely and
    consistent with department safety standards

60
Safety Officer
  • Cause the termination, suspension, or alteration
    of unsafe operations or actions

61
Safety Officer
  • Cause the termination, suspension, or alteration
    of unsafe operations or actions
  • In accordance with command structure

62
Safety Officer
  • Monitor the health and welfare of personnel

63
Safety Officer
  • Monitor the health and welfare of personnel
  • Provide progress reports to Command on safety
    related issues

64
Safety Officer
  • The Training Officer will normally function as
    the incident Safety Officer

65
Safety Officer
  • The Safety Officer will normally be mobile on the
    fireground

66
Public Information Officer
67
Public Information Officer
  • The role of the PIO is assist Command by
    establishing and maintaining a positive
    relationship with the media at an incident

68
Public Information Officer
  • Provide liaison to media

69
Public Information Officer
  • Provide liaison to media
  • Contact Command or Operations for updates

70
Public Information Officer
  • Provide liaison to media
  • Contact Command or Operations for updates
  • Provide information to civilians

71
Public Information Officer
  • Provide liaison to media
  • Contact Command or Operations for updates
  • Provide information to civilians
  • Provide information to incoming crews or other
    agencies

72
Public Information Officer
  • The PIO will normally be positioned at an
    appropriate location away from the Command Post

73
Liaison Officer
74
Liaison Officer
  • The role of the Liaison Officer is to assist
    Command by managing the office aspects of the
    incident

75
Liaison Officer
  • Serves as the office manager of the Command Post

76
Liaison Officer
  • Serve as the office manager of the Command Post
  • Establish and maintain contact with
    representatives of other agencies

77
Liaison Officer
  • Represent Command in communicating with outside
    agencies

78
Liaison Officer
  • The Liaison Officer will normally be located at
    the Command Post

79
Accountability Officer
80
Accountability Officer
  • The role of the Accountability Officer is to
    assist the Safety Officer with managing personnel
    accountability at an incident

81
Accountability Officer
  • The need for a separate Accountability Officer(s)
    will be made by the Safety Officer

82
Accountability Officer
  • The need for a separate Accountability Officer(s)
    will be made by the Safety Officer
  • The Safety Officer will then make this
    recommendation to the IC

83
Accountability Officer
  • Develop plan to track and account for all
    personnel at incident

84
Accountability Officer
  • Develop plan to track and account for all
    personnel at incident
  • Establish Sector Accountability Officers as
    necessary

85
Accountability Officer
  • Develop plan to track and account for all
    personnel at incident
  • Establish Sector Accountability Officers as
    necessary
  • Provide progress reports to Command

86
Accountability Officer
  • Initiate PARs as necessary

87
Accountability Officer
  • Initiate PARs as necessary
  • Keep the Safety Officer informed

88
Accountability Officer
  • The Accountability Officer(s) will function under
    the immediate supervision of the Safety Officer

89
Sections
90
Sections
  • Command must perform 4 functions at every incident

91
Sections
  • Command must perform 4 functions at every
    incident
  • Operations - managing the incident

92
Sections
  • Command must perform 4 functions at every
    incident
  • Operations - managing the incident
  • Planning - preparing for the incidents current
    and future needs

93
Sections
  • Command must perform 4 functions at every
    incident
  • Operations - managing the incident
  • Planning - preparing for the incidents current
    and future needs
  • Logistics - getting the needed resources

94
Sections
  • Command must perform 4 functions at every
    incident
  • Administration/Finance - making sure that the
    administrative aspects of the incident are met

95
Operations Section
96
Operations Section
  • The Operations Section is usually the first
    section implemented at an escalating incident

97
Operations Section
  • Manages the strategy of the incident - in
    coordination with Command

98
Operations Section
  • Manages the strategy of the incident - in
    coordination with Command
  • Provides assignments to the sector officers

99
Operations Section
  • Manages the strategy of the incident - in
    coordination with Command
  • Provides assignments to the sector officers
  • Keeps command informed

100
Operations Section
  • When OPS is established, they must notify all
    sectors that they are now reporting to Operations

101
Operations Section
Fleetwood Command
Battalion Chief
Operations Section
Battalion Chief
Roof Sector
Fire Attack Sector
Engine
Engine
Ladder
EMS Sector
2-16
102
Operations Section
  • The Operations Officer will normally be located
    at the Command Post

103
Planning Section
104
Planning Section
  • Reviews the past, identifies current and future
    needs

105
Planning Section
  • Reviews the past, identifies current and future
    needs
  • Works with technical areas - hazmat, TRS, etc.

106
Planning Section
  • Responsible for

107
Planning Section
  • Responsible for
  • Incident planning

108
Planning Section
  • Responsible for
  • Incident planning
  • Resource assessment

109
Planning Section
  • Responsible for
  • Incident planning
  • Resource assessment
  • Maintaining an up to date account of the incident

110
Planning Section
  • Responsible for
  • Documentation of the incident

111
Planning Section
  • Responsible for
  • Documentation of the incident
  • Demobilizing the incident

112
Planning Section
  • The Planning Officer will normally be located at
    the Command Post

113
Logistics Section
114
Logistics Section
  • Support mechanism for the department

115
Logistics Section
  • Support mechanism for the department
  • Transportation, equipment

116
Logistics Section
  • Support mechanism for the department
  • Transportation, equipment
  • Fuel, food

117
Logistics Section
  • Support mechanism for the department
  • Transportation, equipment
  • Fuel, food
  • Rehab

118
Logistics Section
  • Provides for needed resources, specialized
    apparatus and equipment

119
Logistics Section
  • Provides for needed resources, specialized
    apparatus and equipment
  • Coordinates with planning section - current and
    future needs

120
Logistics Section
  • Provides for needed resources, specialized
    apparatus and equipment
  • Coordinates with planning section - current and
    future needs
  • Provides support for specialized equipment

121
Logistics Section
  • Provides for needed resources, specialized
    apparatus and equipment
  • Coordinates with planning section - current and
    future needs
  • Provides support for specialized equipment
  • Provides food and other supplies

122
Logistics Section
  • The Logistics Officer will normally be located at
    the Command Post

123
Administration/Finance Section
124
Administration/Finance Section
  • Coordinates with logistics to obtain services and
    supplies

125
Administration/Finance Section
  • Coordinates with logistics to obtain services and
    supplies
  • Documents the financial costs of the incident

126
Administration/Finance Section
  • Coordinates with logistics to obtain services and
    supplies
  • Documents the financial costs of the incident
  • Manages legal risk

127
Administration / Finance Section
  • The Administration / Finance Officer will
    normally be located at Command Post

128
Branches
  • As the span of control of sectors becomes
    excessive, the incident becomes more complex, or
    has two or more distinctive operations, it may be
    further sub-divided into branches

129
Branches
  • Branches have functional/geographic
    responsibility for major segments of incident
    operations

130
Branches
  • The branch level is located between sections and
    sectors/groups

131
Branches
  • The term used for the officer responsible for a
    branch is
  • Branch Director

132
Branches
  • Branches may be established for
  • the following reasons

133
Branches
  • Branches may be established for the following
    reasons
  • Span of control

134
Branches
  • Branches may be established for the following
    reasons
  • Span of control
  • Functional - Fire, Medical, Evacuation

135
Branches
  • Branches may be established for the following
    reasons
  • Span of control
  • Functional - Fire, Medical, Evacuation
  • Multi-jurisdictional incidents

136
Branches
  • Branch Directors are normally located at the
    Command Post

137
Functional Branches
Command
Operations Section
Law Branch
Fire Branch
EMS Branch
2-15
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Two-Branch Organization
Command
Operations Section
Fire Branch
EMS Branch
Sector B
Sector A
Sector C
Vent. Sector
MSO
Triage
Trans.
Evac. Sector
2-12
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INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Summary

141
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Summary
  • Factors requiring an expansion of the IMS

142
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Summary
  • Factors requiring an expansion of the IMS
  • Roles and responsibilities of the Command Staff

143
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Summary
  • Factors requiring an expansion of the IMS
  • Roles and responsibilities of the Command Staff
  • The 4 command functions

144
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Role and responsibilities of the Operations
    Section

145
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Objectives
  • Role and responsibilities of the Operations
    Section
  • Role and responsibilities of other section
    officers

146
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Summary
  • Identify factors for the establishment of branches

147
Incident Management System
  • Questions

148
Incident Management System
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