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  1. 1. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR1 INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM FOR LIVE FIRE TRAININGFOR LIVE FIRE TRAINING
  2. 2. TERMINAL PERFORMANCETERMINAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE The student shall be able to manageThe student shall be able to manage a structural live fire evolutiona structural live fire evolution utilizing the Incident Managementutilizing the Incident Management System to aid them with theSystem to aid them with the management of all participantsmanagement of all participants involved in the evolution.involved in the evolution.
  3. 3. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR3 ENABLING OBJECTIVESENABLING OBJECTIVES Define and demonstrateDefine and demonstrate the role of the Incidentthe role of the Incident Commander.Commander. Define and demonstrateDefine and demonstrate the role of the Incidentthe role of the Incident Safety Officer.Safety Officer. Define and demonstrateDefine and demonstrate the role of thethe role of the Operations SectionOperations Section Officer.Officer. Define and demonstrateDefine and demonstrate the role of the Logisticsthe role of the Logistics Section Officer.Section Officer. Define and demonstrateDefine and demonstrate the role of the Exteriorthe role of the Exterior Division Officer.Division Officer. Define and demonstrateDefine and demonstrate the role of the Interiorthe role of the Interior Division Officer.Division Officer. Define and demonstrateDefine and demonstrate the role of the Studentthe role of the Student Group Leader.Group Leader.
  4. 4. INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM The Incident Commander isThe Incident Commander is ultimately responsible for the overallultimately responsible for the overall management of the trainingmanagement of the training evolutions.evolutions.
  5. 5. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR5 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INCIDENT COMMANDER’S RESPONSIBILITIESINCIDENT COMMANDER’S RESPONSIBILITIES  Initiates safety briefingInitiates safety briefing  Ensures training action plan is followedEnsures training action plan is followed  Coordinates all safety activitiesCoordinates all safety activities  Requests additional resources andRequests additional resources and releases resources as neededreleases resources as needed  Authorizes all press releasesAuthorizes all press releases  Ensures all documentation is completedEnsures all documentation is completed
  6. 6. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM The Incident Safety Officer (ISO)The Incident Safety Officer (ISO) shall have the authority, regardless ofshall have the authority, regardless of rank, to intervene & control any aspectrank, to intervene & control any aspect of the operations when in his or herof the operations when in his or her judgment, a potential or real danger ofjudgment, a potential or real danger of an accident or other unsafe conditionan accident or other unsafe condition exists.exists.
  7. 7. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR7 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER’SINCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER’S RESPONSIBILITIESRESPONSIBILITIES  Develops and reviews training safety planDevelops and reviews training safety plan  Familiar with all safety signalsFamiliar with all safety signals  Stops immediate safety hazardsStops immediate safety hazards  Aware of all events taking placeAware of all events taking place  Monitors condition of participantsMonitors condition of participants  Inspects all participants PPEInspects all participants PPE  Monitors heat/smoke conditionsMonitors heat/smoke conditions  Observes structural integrityObserves structural integrity
  8. 8. INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM The IC shall establish anThe IC shall establish an Operations position when theOperations position when the optimal span of control is exceededoptimal span of control is exceeded or whenever he/she feels that thisor whenever he/she feels that this position is necessary.position is necessary.
  9. 9. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR9 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OPERATIONS SECTION OFFICER’SOPERATIONS SECTION OFFICER’S RESPONSIBILITIESRESPONSIBILITIES  Carries out training action planCarries out training action plan  Ensures safety of division officers/studentsEnsures safety of division officers/students assigned to areaassigned to area  Reports directlyReports directly to the ICto the IC
  10. 10. INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM The IC may establish a LogisticsThe IC may establish a Logistics Section Officer’s position to helpSection Officer’s position to help ensure that logistical needs are metensure that logistical needs are met throughout the training exercise.throughout the training exercise.
  11. 11. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR11 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM LOGISTICS SECTION OFFICER’SLOGISTICS SECTION OFFICER’S RESPONSIBILITIESRESPONSIBILITIES Ensures all logistical needs are metEnsures all logistical needs are met Ensures rehab is set up & adequatelyEnsures rehab is set up & adequately suppliedsupplied Directs all facility setupDirects all facility setup Ensures availability of spare equipmentEnsures availability of spare equipment
  12. 12. INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM Exterior DivisionExterior Division Supervisor should be anSupervisor should be an experienced Structure Fireexperienced Structure Fire Control Instructor.Control Instructor.
  13. 13. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR13 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM EXTERIOR DIVISION SUPERVISOREXTERIOR DIVISION SUPERVISOR  Supervises all activities related toSupervises all activities related to exterior operationsexterior operations  Maintains communication withMaintains communication with Operations & reports significant eventsOperations & reports significant events  Ensures safety of members in ExteriorEnsures safety of members in Exterior sectionsection
  14. 14. INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM The Interior DivisionThe Interior Division Supervisor shall be presentSupervisor shall be present prior to fire ignition.prior to fire ignition.
  15. 15. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR15 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTERIOR DIVISIONINTERIOR DIVISION SUPERVISOR’S RESPONSIBILITIESSUPERVISOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES  Ensures safety of all members operatingEnsures safety of all members operating inside buildinginside building  Monitors building interior conditions forMonitors building interior conditions for signs of deteriorationsigns of deterioration  Passes information to incoming InteriorPasses information to incoming Interior Division SupervisorDivision Supervisor
  16. 16. INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM Student Group Leaders areStudent Group Leaders are assigned by the IC toassigned by the IC to supervise, teach & leadsupervise, teach & lead groups of students duringgroups of students during each training evolution.each training evolution.
  17. 17. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR17 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STUDENT GROUP LEADERS’STUDENT GROUP LEADERS’ RESPONSIBILITIESRESPONSIBILITIES Keep group togetherKeep group together Lead students throughLead students through evolutionsevolutions Teach students properTeach students proper water applicationwater application techniquestechniques Direct students in movingDirect students in moving hosehose
  18. 18. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR18 IMS Organization ChartIMS Organization Chart Incident Commander Operations Section Officer Logistics Section Officer Incident Safety Officer Exterior Division Supervisor Interior Division Supervisor Support Team Facilities Group 1 Leader Group 2 Leader
  19. 19. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR19 ENABLING OBJECTIVE REVIEWENABLING OBJECTIVE REVIEW We have defined and demonstrated theWe have defined and demonstrated the role of the Incident Commander.role of the Incident Commander. We have defined and demonstrated theWe have defined and demonstrated the role of the Incident Safety Officer.role of the Incident Safety Officer. We have defined and demonstrated theWe have defined and demonstrated the role of the Operations Section Officer.role of the Operations Section Officer. We have defined and demonstrated theWe have defined and demonstrated the role of the Logistics Section Officer.role of the Logistics Section Officer.
  20. 20. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR20 ENABLING OBJECTIVE REVIEWENABLING OBJECTIVE REVIEW We have defined and demonstrated theWe have defined and demonstrated the role of the Exterior Division Officer.role of the Exterior Division Officer. We have defined and demonstrated theWe have defined and demonstrated the role of the Interior Division Officer.role of the Interior Division Officer. We have defined and demonstrated theWe have defined and demonstrated the role of the Student Group Leader.role of the Student Group Leader.
  21. 21. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR21 INCIDENT MANAGEMENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM  No one shall serve in multiple roles with-No one shall serve in multiple roles with- in the IMS systemin the IMS system  The SFCI shall be familiar and understandThe SFCI shall be familiar and understand the NIMS system for incidentthe NIMS system for incident managementmanagement
  22. 22. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR22 END OF SECTIONEND OF SECTION ON THEON THE INCIDENTINCIDENT MANAGEMENTMANAGEMENT SYSTEMSYSTEM

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