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1

When should an Accountability Officer be established?

-Second alarm or greater

-High Rise Emergencies

-When 2 or more Entry Control points are used

-Any incident that the IC believes it is required

2

Who should be designated Entry Control Person?

First arriving driver should be initial ECP, then the 3rd arriving driver should be appointed by IC, unless they are unable

3

What are the roles of the Accountability Officer?

-Collect Passports of already committed personnel

-Obtain ACC kit from DC vehicle or command post

-Situate themselves in close proximity to IC or the best advantage of accessibility and as a focal point to collect and return passports

-Obtain or be in close proximity to a radio

-Manage EC and Accountability and aid the IC by monitoring the location and assignment of personnel for the duration of the incident

-Assist in the tracking of personnel from each sector

-Conduct a par if ordered by IC

4

WHO are Sector officers responsible for?

Only FF in their personal sector

5

When should PAR be called?

-Fire Under Control and All Clear on all floors

-Report of missing personnel

-When mayday called

-Collapse

-Explosion

-Rapid fire extension

-Emergency Evacuation

-Switching from offensive to defensive

6

What is the difference between full and partial par?

Full is all personnel onscene

Partial is only personnel in the Hot Zone

*unless specified, ECP/Accountability shall call partial PAR

7

What is a running PAR?

Par called at the end of a transmission by the transmitter

8

When is running PAR to be called?

-Entering or exiting hot zone

-Change of location

-Change or completion of task

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