E/L/G 0300: Intermediate Incident Command System for ...
Unit 6: Incident Resource Management Visual 6.1 Unit Terminal Objective Explain the principles and practices of incident resources management. Visual 6.2
Unit Enabling Objectives Identify the progression and associated considerations involved in the Incident Resource Management Process. Recall the authorities or organizational elements that can order resources. Contrast the differences and motives between single-point and multipoint resource ordering. Visual 6.3
Unit Enabling Objectives (Cont.) Explain the scope and purpose of an Incident Management Team. Explain the evaluation process for resources. Choose interventions for common resource performance issues. Visual 6.4
NIMS Resource Management Preparedness Two parts of Resource Management process: Preparedness During an Incident Preparedness tasks: Identifying and Typing Resources Qualifying, Certifying, and Credentialing Personnel Planning for Resources Acquiring, Storing, and Inventorying Resources Mutual Aid Agreements and Compacts
Visual 6.5 Resource Management During an Incident Visual 6.6 Identify Requirements Visual 6.7
Resources 2. Resources sufficient to control incident. 3 1 Time
Visual 6.8 Identifying Requirements: Tactics Meeting Operational Planning Worksheet, ICS Form 215 Visual 6.9 Incident Management Team (IMT)
A comprehensive resource to either: Augment ongoing operations through provision of infrastructure support, or When requested, transition to an incident management function to include all components/ functions of a Command and General Staff. Handout 6-1: Incident Management Teams Handout 6-1: Incident Management Teams
Visual 6.10 Incident Management Assistance Teams Some IMTs are referred to as Incident Management Assistance Teams (IMAT) to clarify that they support on-scene personnel and/or the affected jurisdiction(s). Visual 6.11
Order and Acquire Visual 6.12 Survivors as Resources Before emergency responders can mobilize and arrive, neighbors and bystanders are often the first people to provide life-saving assistance. Visual 6.13
Order and Acquire Resources Visual 6.14 Authority To Order Resources Approving Orders: The Incident Commander/Unified Command approves all resource orders.
Placing Orders: The IC, LSC, SPUL, and ordering manager are authorized to place orders. Approving Orders: The Incident Commander/Unified Command approves all resource orders. Placing Orders: The IC, LSC, SPUL, and ordering manager are authorized to place orders.
Visual 6.15 Resource Ordering: Small Incidents On smaller incidents, where only one jurisdiction or agency is involved, the resource order is typically: Prepared at the incident, Approved by the IC/UC, and Transmitted from the
incident to the jurisdiction or Agency Ordering Point (AOP). Incident Site Visual 6.16 Single-Point Ordering In single-point ordering, the burden of finding the
requested resources is placed on the responsible ordering point and not on the incident organization. Visual 6.17 Multipoint Ordering Visual 6.18
Resource Requests: Information Elements Complete item description Arrival date and time Delivery or reporting location Position title resource
should report to Health or safety concerns (incident specific) Visual 6.19 Resource Requests: Information Elements (Cont.) Information Included on Resource Order Forms Sources or potential sources for the resource requests
Source for the responding resource Identification of the responding resource (name, ID number, transporting company, etc.) Estimated time of arrival Requisition/order number Mobilize
Visual 6.21 Mobilization: Check-In Process ICS Form 211, Check-In List, is used to document the check-in process. Check-in recorders report check-in information to the Resources Unit. Visual 6.22 Resource Status Card (ICS Form 219)
Used by the Resources Unit to record status and location information on resources, transportation, and support vehicles and personnel. Provides a visual display of the status and location of resources assigned to the incident. Referred to as T-Cards. Visual 6.23
Incident Assignment and Resource Status Incoming Tactical Resources Assigned: Sent to incident site. Available: Sent to
Staging Area Out-of-Service: Sent to Incident Base (equipment) or Camp (personnel) Visual 6.24 Assigned: Direct Assignment to Scene On fast-moving or rapidly expanding incident,
tactical resources may report to an on-scene Task Force or Strike Team immediately. As soon as possible, these resources should be checked-in. If check-in is not done, resources must check in after tactical assignment. Visual 6.25 Available: Resources in Staging Area
Resources are sent to Staging Area when resources are: Assigned during the current Operational Period. Needed to provide a reserve force for contingencies. Formed into TF and/or ST/ RT prior to assignment on-scene. Visual 6.26
Out-of-Service to Incident Base or Camp Often done when the tactical resources are not scheduled for assignment on-scene during the current Operational Period. For resources who have traveled a long distance, being in Out-of-Service status allows a rest period. Visual 6.27
Track and Report Visual 6.28 Tracking Resources: Responsibilities Resource tracking responsibilities are shared as follows: Planning Section is responsible for tracking ALL resources assigned to the incident and their status (assigned, available, out of service).
Operations Section is responsible for tracking the movement of resources within the Operations Section. Finance/Administration Section is responsible for tracking the costs associated with resources. Visual 6.29 Changing Resource Status Change in resource status: May be made by the IC/UC,
Operations Section Chief, Branch Director, or Division/Group Supervisor. Changes in resource status must be communicated using the chain of command. Visual 6.30 Ongoing Resource Tracking Manual recordkeeping
on ICS forms Card systems Magnetic symbols on maps or status boards Computer systems Visual 6.31 Monitoring and Assessing Resources Resource use is: Monitored on an
ongoing basis. Assessed before objectives are set for the next Operational Period. Visual 6.32 Resource Performance Evaluation Resources should be evaluated: On an ongoing basis as
part of resource monitoring. At demob, upon the achievement of assigned tactical objectives. During after-action reporting. Visual 6.33 Addressing Poor Performance Management actions may contribute to poor
performance. Failure at the tactical level may reflect a failure in the planning process. Ongoing evaluation and corrective action are made throughout the incident. Visual 6.34 Activity 6.1: Improving Performance Effectiveness Allotted Time: 30 minutes
Visual 6.35 Demobilize, Reimburse, Restock Visual 6.36 Resource Demobilization Excess resources must be released in a timely manner to reduce costs and to "free them up" for reassignments.
Demob planning should begin as soon as practical. Demob planning begins with the tactical resources assigned to the Operations Section. As tactical resources are demob, support resources may also be demob. Visual 6.37 Activity 6.2: Applied Activity Allotted Time: 1 hour
Visual 6.38 Objectives Review 1. What are the tasks in the Incident Resource Management Process? 2. Who can order resources? 3. When is single-point and multipoint resource ordering used? 4. What is the purpose of an IMT? 5. What process is used to evaluate resources?
6. What are some approaches to common resource performance issues? Visual 6.39
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