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1

Who can implement sectors

The IC

2

What is the ideal amount for spans of control

5

3

What are the 2 types of sectors

Operational
Managment of a physical area on the incident ground.

Functional
Responsible for management of a support function. i.e. water

4

When sectorisation takes place who.is responsible for the tactical mode.

Still the IC

5

What is a sector commander

Officer nominated to take command of a sector wheather its operations or functional.

6

Who would a sector commander report to.
Who would a functional commander report to.

IC or Operations Commander
IC

7

What defines a Operational sector

An area of responsibility defined by a physical boundary such as floors or walls.

8

What defines a functional sector

A area of responsibility defind by a support role and the resources it commands

9

What sector is often Sector 1

The main entrance or main scene of operations.

10

Where can vertical sectorisation take place

High rise or Basement

11

List the sectors within a high rise

Fire sector- Floors above bridgehead, the fire floor and the floor above.

Search sector- Floors above the fire floors or below if required.

Lobby sector- Floors from the ground to the Fire Sector.

Note. The bridgehead is contained within the lobby sector, its a location rather than a sector.

12

What must be done before handing over command of a sector

Formal hand over