Flashcards in PN790 Fire Survival Guidance Calls Deck (18)
What is an FSG call?
It is when a caller to control believes that they are unable to leave their premises due to the effects of fire and where the control officer remains on the line providing appropriate advice.
Who decides if an FSG call is taking place?
(Not the fire ground)
What will all FSG calls be deemed by Control?
What are the four principles used in the FSG process?
What are the two levels of risk with FSG calls?
Greatest risk (High priority)
Those not at great risk (Medium priority)
What form is used to gather all of the FSG information?
Control Information Form.
What basic FSG information would the incident ground expect at the early stages?
Relevant flat/house number, number of persons involved and their location within the property.
The control information form is in quadruplicate, where should the top (white) copy be passed to?
What should the ICP radio operator do once FSG information is received?
Repeat back information to Control.
What could the IC consider using the first Command Unit for?
To only deal with FSG calls.
What should not be communicated by radio during FSG process?
What should Informative messages include?
And update on FSG.
The outcome of each FSG must be communicated to who?
What rank should collate, record and retain all the information on FSG calls and the subsequent actions on the incident ground?
Station manager (minimum).
FSG calls attract the equivalent of a persons reported attendance.
What extra resources do they get?
Another CU, SM and a Pump ladder (WM in charge).
What do CU’s carry to record information on all the separate FSG calls?
Casualty information poster.
What will control provide to any caller?
Current fire safety advice.