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Incident Management Format
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Version 1 Feb 2012
Command Leadership & Management Section
Important Information
This document is a guideline to the Incident
Management structure.
Each incident will need to be addressed
specific to the actual question.
Information supplied are examples only.
For the purposes of the incident you will be
the Initial I/C and control the incident until the
conclusion
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Arrival Actions
Site appliance considering:
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Uphill / Upwind
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Traffic / Fend Off Position
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Power lines
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Vapour Clouds
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Location of water supply
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Responding resources, Hazmat, Ambulance, Police etc.
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Clear of spilled product
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Clear view
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Arrival Message
The First on scene Officer will :
Transmit an arrival message:
Code 3
Confirmation of Address
Brief Description of the Incident
E.G. MVA involving a truck and van with a spill of LPG from
a 20000 litre tanker. Two persons collapsed near spill
assessing scene P1 S/O is IC.
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Tasking 1
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S/O
- Assume command
- Eliminate ignition sources (Confirm this to crew)
- Don Tabard, HHT
- Liaise with on site personnel/Gather on scene information
- Initial RIT, Detail location of hot & warm zones
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Crew - SCBA/appropriate level of protection for the product, HHT,
- 1 X 38 enter from the Alpha side Snatch & Grab persons collapsed,
remove, emergency decontaminate & handover to triage.
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M/D - 2 x 70mm Hydrant Jones St
- Set Up BACO, Triage, set up warm & hot zones
- Initial RIT
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Tasks must be SPECIFIC to the incident at hand especially the level of protection
and consider the safety of firefighters.
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Size Up
The Incident Controller must conduct a Size- Up
of the incident which will include consideration of
the following for a Structure fire:
B/V – Building or Vehicle
E - Exposures
L – Location of Spill
E – Extinguishment/Decontamination
A – Assistance – Internal & External
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Size Up
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Building/Vehicle/Container
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You will be required to expand the B for building into a subsection using the acronym COCFEAF.
C - Consideration of Pre incident plans
O - Occupancy, name & product involved (E.G. Meat Wholesalers,
Brown Brothers, Ammonia or Chemical transporters, ELGAS,
LPG)
C - Construction building or vehicle & container (brick/iron, metal,
plastic) Dimensions of building or vehicle & Container involved
(levels, approx size m x m or litres).
F - Fire protection (Building- bund walls, drains to separation
tanks, Vehicle – DCP, spill kits, compartmentation of tanks etc.)
E - Egress for occupants (best for wind direction and spill location)
A - Access for F/Fs (best for wind direction and spill location)
F – Fire/Spill potential (contents, low/med/high).
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Size Up
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Exposures:
I - Internal - Life risk, factors affecting spill
spread/access problems.
E - External – Mention all adjoining
premises/areas on all sides of the spill.
Nominate the main exposure/s risk.
 You must COCFEAF the main exposure risk
E - Environment - Run off to drains, vapour
plume direction, waterways.
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Location
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Location of spill/leak
• Where is the spill – provide a specific location e.g. Production area,
roadway, loading dock.
• You will be required to expand the L for Location into a sub-section
using the acronym PREEMS.
 P - Protection of F/Fs (E.G. Appropriate level of PPE,
Decontamination zone, SO, RIK )
 R - Risk of spill/leak spread (dependent on on-site facilities e.g.
bunding etc)
 E - Effects of spill/leak on the contents (e.g. contamination of other
products in area)
 E- Effects of spill/leak on site access & egress (e.g. due to spill
location loading bay door inaccessible)
 M - Magnitude (% of spill/leak involved)
 S – Spread direction (e.g. to drains, waterways etc).
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Size Up
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Extinguishment/Decontamination
M - Method - Hose lines (number and size), pumps
used, Hazmat Bins, shovels, shut off leak, etc.
M - Medium – Water mains, appropriate absorbent
material, water,CO2, foam, dry agent, etc.
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Size Up
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Assistance
I - Internal - Alarm Response Level required
- Hazmat, FIRU, additional specialist
Appliances, etc.
E - External - Police, Ambulance, Gas, Electricity,
OEH, Council.
- Whatever is required specific to the
incident.
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Risks & Control Measures
All risks must be specific to the incident. You
will require a minimum of 10 risks with 3
control measures for each Examples below:
Risk
LPG Cylinder
(BLEVE)
Control
Shut off leak if possible
Cool with hose lines
Monitor with TIC
Two persons
Crew FE S&G , 1 x 38,
collapsed near spill Emergency Decontaminate
Remove to triage.
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Incident Action Plan
The Incident Controller must develop an
Incident Action Plan (IAP) based on the
critical factors identified during the size-up
The IAP will include :
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Objectives
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Strategies
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Tactics
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Objectives
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What are the objectives required to bring incident to a safe conclusion.
You must mention minimum of 8
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E.G.
1. Secure the scene
2. Set up fire protection
3. Isolate ignition sources
4. Remove 2 persons near the spill
5. Evacuate exposures affected by potential explosion risk
6. Contain the spill
7. Monitor drains for product
8. Set up Decontamination and decontaminate persons
affected
9. Render area safe
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Above objectives are examples only – all objectives must be specific to the incident at hand.
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Strategies
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Offensive
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Defensive
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Marginal
State the one in use
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Tactics
The acronym RECEOS is used to determine how you achieve your objectives :
R - Rescue – Crew in FE remove 2 persons affected decontaminate, 1 x 38.
E - Exposures – How will you protect all the exposures at risk from spill/leak and
vapour plume. How will you lessen the damage to the environment? E.G.
Crews FE, SCBA to evacuate residents from Bravo side & confirm with head
count, Crew to stop runoff into Cooks river with booms.
C - Contain – How will you try to contain spill to AOO. E.G. Crews, FE, SCBA
boom drain on the Charlie side.
E - Extinguish – No. of pumps used, No. and size of hose lines used, No. of
specialist appliances used and how product neutralised & decontamination
method used.
O - Overhaul – How will you ensure all areas are checked for traces of the
product? How will you protect and preserve the scene?
S - Salvage - Detail Salvage operations - how & where
V - Ventilation - Detail ventilation operations - how & where.
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First sit rep (Red/Blue)
CAATDESCC
C……Call sign
A……Assistance required (alarm level) outside resources required and
reason why?
A……Address
T……Type of incident: We Have spill of (product involved)
C: Construction (container/vehicle)
O: Occupancy (name company)
D: Dimensions (container/vehicle)
S: Specials (mixed load, etc)
D……Description of incident…
The Spill/leak L: Location
A: Amount % involved
P: Persons reported
D: Direction spreading to.
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First sit rep (Red/Blue)
CAATDESCC (cont)
E….Exposures….Only mention the exposure(s) at risk
Bravo side Residential Units in blast zone, Delta side
product entered Duck creek
S….Strategy in use and Crew tasking and actions being
undertaken
C…Channels in operation (500) and requested for use
(600)
C…Control point name, location and confirm who is the IC
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Tasking 2
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Assign Crews and individuals to specific tasks,
You will need to mention level of PPE, for crews in these taskings
Appoint ICS Commanders, Safety Officers, etc as required as the size of
the Incident escalates, NOTE – Examples only!!
Pump 2
S/O- Decontamination Officer, manage Decon zone, liaise with IC
Crew - Establish Decon zone, Splash suits, WO,& WA 1x38.
MD- Establish Decon zone Splash gloves & Boots, DA.
Pump 3
S/O- Sector Commander Bravo, liaise with building manager use EWIS to
evacuate residents, confirm number of persons
Crew- Crew SCBA assist residents to evacuate, report on any evac problems
MD – Water in to P2 be PO for Decon, remain in cold zone.
Look to task Police, Ambulance, Gas, Energy, Council, OEH and any other
specialist agency you may have called for in your alarm response.
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SISIACMR
This page is to show how you would safely manage the incident using this
acronym.
S - Safe approach – e.g. upwind, upgrade, etc
I - Incident command – e.g. conduct DRA, develop IAP, etc
S - Scene security – e.g. establish 3 zones, hot, warm, cold, remove
persons from combat area, etc
I - Identify substance – e.g. MSDS, specialist advice, Hazchem code,
etc
A - Assess potential harm - e.g. flammability, explosion risk,
waterways contamination, etc
C - Call in resources - e.g. specialists, engineers, etc
M - Monitor information – e.g. request weather updates, atmospheric
monitoring, etc
R - Render safe and decontaminate - e.g. neutralise hazard, shut off
leak, decontaminate personnel & equipment
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Regular Situation Report (Blue)
CADEAAS
C……Control point name
A……Additional assistance required
D……Update on incident conditions and persons located
E……Exposures update on any evacuations and/or
increased risks
A……Active ICS appointments
A……Actions currently being taken
S……Safety Measures in place
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Tasking 3
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Review Strategy to ensure objectives are being
met.
Continue to task responded appliances.
Task all external agencies requested.
Consider tasks for ICMS, Full RIT, Spill clean up,
etc.
Crews need to be rotated and back up crews in
place at all times.
Crews may be re-tasked.
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Regular Situation Report (Blue)
CADEAAS
C……Control point name
A……Additional assistance required
D……Update on incident conditions and
persons located
E……Exposures update on any evacuations
and/or increased risks
A……Active ICS appointments
A……Actions currently being taken
S……Safety Measures in place
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Tasking 4
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Review Strategy to ensure objectives are being
met.
Continue to task responded appliances.
Task all external agencies requested.
Consider tasks for ICMS, Full RIT, Spill clean
up, etc.
Crews need to be rotated and back up crews in
place at all times.
Crews may be re-tasked.
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Stop (Green) Message
CADCODDIESERF
C...Control point
A...Address
D…Dimensions (as per Red message)
C…Construction (as per Red message)
O…Occupancy (as per Red message)
D…Amount/% of spilled product
D…Degree/% of damage to structure or vehicle or containers and
exposures
I…Injuries number?
E…Evacuations number?
S…Salvage operations in progress
E…Extinguished by pumps used, hose lines, product disposal
method
R…Reducing to Pumps, specialist appliance
F…Incident handover to (person)
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Subsequent Actions
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Hot Debrief on Site
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Rehabilitate Crews /re-hydrate /refreshments
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Liaise with other services/agencies
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Restoration of Services
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Review Risk Assessment
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Information for OEH report
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Information for AIRS report
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Scene Security
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Terminate Command/ Reduction of appliances
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Complete Termination of Fire Duty Book
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Media Briefing
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