Flashcards in Leslp 9 Deck (15)
What are the 5 interoperability principles of Major Incident?
Shared Situational Awareness
Joint Understanding of Risk
The title of command roles have changed to what?
(Gold, Silver, Bronze)
Strategic = Gold
Tactical = Silver
Bronze = Operational
What 3 individual things would constitute a Major Incident?
Direct or indirect involvement of large numbers of people
Rescue & Transportation of potentially large numbers of casualties
Large scale combined resources of Police, LAS & LFB
What are the 4 stages of a Major Incident?
1. Initial response
4.Restoration of normality
When Briefing what is the recognised way doing so?
What does METHANE stand for?
M- Major incident declared
E- Exact Location
T- Type of Incident
H- Hazards involved or suspected
A- Access routes and RVP's
N- Number of casualties
E- Emergency services present or required
What are the 3 cordons?
Who will control access to the inner cordon?
How will police control access to the inner cordon?
Via Cordon Control Point
Who is in charge of safety in the inner cordon?
Who will record all persons inside the inner cordon?
What is the minimum rank of the inner cordon controller?
Where will all the emergency services command vehicles be positioned?
Between the inner cordon and the outer cordon
Who controls the Marshalling area?