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1 INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Joe Wainscott, Executive Director IDHS: Leadership for a Safe and Secure Indiana

2 Fire Officer Strategy and Tactics Practical Skills Exercise Cabinet Shop Simulation

3 Purpose of Scenario The purpose of this scenario is to familiarize and orientate the student to the principles of: –Size up –Strategic Options –Tactical Decisions –Task Assignments IDHS: Leadership for a Safe and Secure Indiana The actions you implement should be for the first 15 minutes of fireground operations.

4 Purpose of Scenario cont. Complete a risk – benefit analysis based upon the facts and probabilities presented. Develop a quick access preplan for a specific occupancy. Calculated the needed fire flow based upon the scenario utilized. Calculate the total water flow needed for the specific scenario.

5 Purpose of Scenario cont. Using a command chart the student shall document the command / general staff they would staff for the specific situation. Develop an incident action plan that describes the tactics and tasks you will implement in the first 15 minutes of fireground operations. Decision making process

6 Instructions Each student should have a #2 pencil for the practical skills. Each student shall have a Command Chart a Strategy and Tactics Worksheet and a size up worksheet. The student is going to use the resources listed on the Strategy & Tactics worksheet for the staffing component and apparatus available to complete the sizeup, implement a strategy and complete an action plan.

7 Instructions Each student shall prepare to serve as the Incident Commander for a structure fire scenario. –Each student shall prepare to serve as the Incident Commander. Each student will complete a sizeup of the fire problem on the form provided. Each student will develop an action plan on the form provided. –Student will have 30 minutes after the completion of the picture scenario to complete the size up analysis, command chart and action plan. –Each student should have a command chart a strategy & tactics worksheet and a size up action plan chart.

8 Instructions Before we begin the scenario we will give you a 2 minute look at the building before the fire. This gives you some information about the building location, occupancy and exposures.

9 Parking Industrial Boulevard Park Avenue Stratton Drive North 30x8060x7550x75 15 Parking Custom CabinetsHeating and Air Company Lawn Care

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13 Loading Docks Industrial Boulevard Park Avenue Stratton Drive North x8060x7550x75 15 Parking Custom CabinetsHeating and Air Company Lawn Care

14 Scenario #1 2:00pm – Wednesday Hydrant 1 – 800 / 1800gpm Hydrant 2 – 200 / 1600gpm Hydrant 3 – 200 / 1600 gpm Hydrant 4 – 800 / 1800 gpm Use the resources dentified on the Strategy and Tactics worksheet

15 You are the IC what are you going to do with this problem? You are being asked to make strategic decisions, tactical choices and assign tasks based upon the scenario given.

16 Basic Dispatch Information You are responding to an occupied commercial occupancy report of fire. Dispatch advises this is a custom cabinet shop. All occupants are accounted for, the fire is in the finishing room.

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20 This slide is timed when 30 minutes has expired the next slide will appear with a sound to indicate the simulation is completed.

21 You have completed this scenario, please put your pencils down, make sure your name is on the sheets you have completed and turn them into your evaluator.

22 Contact Us Indiana Department of Homeland Security 302 West Washington Street Room E208 Indianapolis, IN (317) IDHS: Leadership for a Safe and Secure Indiana


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