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Operations in the Wildland/Urban Interface

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  • S-215 Unit 5 Structure Triage Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-1
  • S-215 • List the four structure triage categories and the four items in the decision process. • List five factors upon which to base structure triage decisions, and give three examples of each. • List conditions that may indicate that a structure cannot be saved. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-2
  • S-215 • Eliminate the hopeless. • Ignore the unnecessary. • Deal with the rest. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-3
  • S-215 • Defensible – Prep and Hold • Defensible – Standalone • Non-Defensible – Prep and Leave • Non-Defensible – Rescue Drive-by Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-4
  • S-215 Imagine the greatest potential threat and temper with the probable threat. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-5
  • S-215 JP Harris – Los Angels County Fire (Ret.) Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-6
  • S-215 Triage Checklists Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-7
  • S-215 • Firefighter and public safety • Fire behavior • Surrounding fuels (Is there defensible space?) • Available resources • Condition of structure itself Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-8
  • S-215 Scenario 1 House #2 50’ House #1 Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-9
  • S-215 House #2 House #1 500 gal. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-10
  • S-215 House #2 House #1 250 gal. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-11
  • S-215 House #2 House #1 5 min. away 500 gal. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-12
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  • S-215 #2 #3 #4 #1 500 gal. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-19
  • S-215 #2 #3 #4 #1 500 gal. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-20
  • S-215 #2 #3 #1 #4 Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-21
  • S-215 Events that affect your triage decisions: • Fire is making significant runs and will impact the structure. • Spot fires in and around the structure are exceeding suppression capability. • There is a limited water supply. • Conditions are changing that affect your safety. • More than 25% of the roof is involved. • Interior rooms are involved. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-22
  • S-215 • Use a triage checklist, if available. • Maintain your situation awareness. • Be realistic about your goals and capabilities. • Don’t let emotions cloud sound judgment. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-23
  • S-215 • Evaluate all the factors that will influence your decision to stay and defend the structure or move to a structure that can be saved. • Your consideration of not only current fire behavior, but expected fire behavior must be included in the decisionmaking process. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-24
  • S-215 • List the four structure triage categories and the four items in the decision process. • List five factors upon which to base structure triage decisions, and give three examples of each. • List conditions that may indicate that a structure cannot be saved. Unit 5 – Structure Triage Slide 5-25