Flashcards in Incident Command and Monitoring Officer Deck (14)
Define Incident Commander
The nominated responsible person.
However the most senior officer present holds organisational accountability
When will a support officer take over
Immediate concerns over safety
Incident beyond capability of IC
Compantant to do so or more senior rank
No other suitable officer.
Who is responsible when land appliances and fire boat are in attendance
The most senior land based appliance commander
What is the colour of the Incident Commander surcoat
White yoke and yellow body
Marked with Incident Commander
When will a Sub Officer or Station Officer take over.
First attending Sub or Station will take IC and remain in charge until 4 pumps are in attandance
When will a Station Commander take over.
A Station Officer will take command for incidents thats exceed 4 pumps until SC turns up.
Who takes control when a substantive and temporary sub officer are in attendance
If a station officer is mobilised but not in attandance, can a stop message be sent.
What must be said when taking over.
I am taking over
A message then sent to control with new OIC name.
What is the colour of the monitoring officer surcoat
White yoke and yellow lowet body with monitoring officer on back.
List 5 duties of a monitoring officer SC and above.
Undertake remote monitoring of incident
Gather information of operational performance
Provide support and guidance
Take command if required or necessary
What should the Monitoring Officer not do
Make command decisions on behalf of the IC unless risk critically
Where can Monitoring Officer provide feedback