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1

What is a FSG

When a caller believes that are unable to leave their premises due to effects of fire and where control officer stays on the line providing advice.

2

Who determines a FSG

Control and they will make the incident persons reported

3

When may a call not be treated as FSG

Rubbish fires in bin chutes,stairwell in high rise will attract multiple calls, but not treated as FSG and callers advised to leave flats.
If they start to become affected by the fire they must radial 999 and then a FSG will be made.

4

What are the 4 principles of FSG

Escape
Assess
Protect
Rescue

5

Who prioritizes FSG

Control treat all calls the same, unless control manager direct call handlers to terminate call and go to another.

Fire ground will be done by IC and be based on their information gathering.

6

What must the OIC put in place for a FSG

A dedicated person to deal with all FSG information.

7

What must the dedicated FSG person do with the information recived

Confirm and repeat back to control

8

What form is control information recorded on for FSG

F6178

9

How many copies of form F6178 are made

4
White copy stays with ICP or CU

10

Who can be a FSG coordinator

SC

11

What does the CU have to assit with FSG

Causality poster
Command support structure
Direct line to controls "Command Unit Critical" line

12

What resources are sent for FSG

One PL with station Officer
One CU
One SC