Flashcards in Command support at Incidents PN541 Deck (14)
What is level 1 initial command pump?
Command support provided at incidents by personnel riding the appliances
What are the duties of a Command pump operator?
Identify suitable pump (not pumping)
Headlights and beacons remain on (off on all others)
Collect role call boards
Enter preliminary details on ICW
Record Tactical Mode
Draw basic outline of scene
Receive role boards from oncoming appliances
Notify on coming crews of IC requirements
Maintain manned radio
maintain ICP for duration or until relieved by CU
What are the 3 functions of the ICW?
Provides arrangements for holding role boards
Collates preliminary details of incident
Aids speedy and efficient transfer of role call boards between the ICP and the CU
What is level 2 incident command?
The function of CU's
What is a CSS?
Command Support System - computerised command support resource designed around the DMM
What does the CSS off certain officers?
Remote officers can access the CSS via ICT
What communication facilities does the CU have?
Main scheme radio and Inc ground fixed radios
Dedicated command channel on channel 2 with on board repeater
A leaky feeder cable
Matel field phone
Message conference facility
What other equipment does the CU carry?
2nd set bag
Set of FIB templates
What are the 4 functional areas of command support provided by the CU team?
Planning support and information management
When will CU's be mobilised?
3/4 pump fires or above (not 3 pump grass fires)
Forward mobilising procedure
Can a CU be returned before a stop has been sent?
What is Sector Commander Command Support SCCS?
At large incidents the IC can designate someone to take responsibility for the CU team and functional support officers
When the incident is in the 'Under control' phase, who will make sure the Command pump and command pump operator are in place and control informed?
The CU team leader