R2 SUPPLEMENT 5100-91-1 EFFECTIVE 06/15/91 5180 Page 1 of 3 FOREST SERVICE MANUAL DENVER, CO TITLE 5100 - FIRE MANAGEMENT R2 Supplement No. 5100-91-1 Effective June 15, 1991 POSTING NOTICE. Supplements to this title are numbered consecutively. Post by document name. Remove entire document and replace with the supplement. Retain this transmittal as the first page of this document. The last supplement to this Title was Supplement 5100-90-1 to FSM 5140. Page Code Superseded Sheets 5181.1 5182.2 5183.2 1 1 1 Supplements Covered R2 Supplement 187, 5/86 Document Name 5180 Digest: Brings material into agreement with parent text. GARY E. CARGILL Regional Forester Superseded New (Number of Pages) 3 R2 SUPPLEMENT 5100-91-1 EFFECTIVE 06/15/91 5180 Page 2 of 3 TITLE 5100 - FIRE MANAGEMENT 5181 - FIRE SITUATION REPORTING. 5181.1 - Regional Fire Situation Report (Report FS-5100-K). Forests shall furnish a daily status report during fire season to their designated Zone Coordination Center prior to 0945 MDT. (See Rocky Mountain Area Interagency Mobilization Guide for designated zones). Submit additions or changes during the normal scheduled work day whenever significant events occur. Report significant non-scheduled duty hour occurrences within one hour after the responsible reporting employee reports for duty. Zone Coordination Center shall consolidate status reports received, and furnish the Area Coordination Center (Jeffco) with a daily Zone Status Report before 1045 MDT. The Area Coordination Center shall consolidate Zone Reports and furnish the National Interagency Fire Coordination Center (NIFCC) with a daily status report prior to 1130 MDT. All additions or changes as described above shall be processed through channels to NIFCC. All status reports shall include as a minimum those items required by the NIFCC report. (See Rocky Mountain Area Interagency Mobilization Guide and Zone supplements for specifics). Reports may be sent via telephone, facsimile, or Forest Level Information Processing System (FLIPS). 5182 - INDIVIDUAL FIRE REPORTS. 5182.2 - Incident Status Summary (Report FS-5100-A). Forests shall report daily by 2100 (MDT) to their designated Zone Coordination Centers all Class C and larger fires (Class C fires - 50 acres or more) burning on lands under Forest Service protection, or other land when the Forest Service is taking suppression action. Use Form (ICS-209), Incident Status Report (Summary). Zones shall forward report to the Area Coordination Center (Jeffco) by 2200 (MDT). The Area Coordination Center shall forward the report to NIFCC with a copy to Air, Aviation and Fire Management by 2400. The reporting process shall be through the Forest Level Information Processing System whenever possible. In situations when Zone or Area Coordination Centers are closed, the sending unit shall forward the Incident Status Report to Zone with cc (carbon copy) to Area and to (A.INTEL:W02A) at NIFCC. 5183 - RECURRING FIRE REPORTS. 5183.2 - Annual Regional Fire Report (Report FS-5100-D). Forest shall submit an annual Forest Fire Report to AA&FM Regional Office by December 31 each year for the current calendar year which will be consolidated to form the Regional Report. R2 SUPPLEMENT 5100-91-1 EFFECTIVE 06/15/91 5180 Page 3 of 3 Report: 1. Major fire season highlights in narrative form. 2. Significant prescribed fire accomplishment. (Anything above target or interagency related). 3. Examples of any significant improvements in cost effective operation. 4. Noteworthy instances of cooperation with other Federal or State Agencies. 5. Form 5100-8 personnel employed on fire control activities. 6. Form 5100-9 land ownership protection report. (Summary of acres by Forest and by State). 7. The Summary of Statistical fires shall be obtained by the Regional Office upon final entries from January 10. Do not send this in. Any black and white photos 8X10 or color slides which highlight current fire management.