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1 WSP Roles and Responsibilities Ron Bowen Deputy State Fire Marshal Washington State Patrol Fire Protection Bureau

2 RCW The governing body of each applicable political subdivision of this state shall designate a hazardous materials incident command agency within its respective boundaries, and file this designation with the Office of the State Fire Marshal.

3 In designating an incident command agency, the political subdivision shall consider the training, manpower, expertise, and equipment of various available agencies as well as the International Fire Code and other existing codes and regulations.

4 Along state and interstate highway corridors, the Washington State Patrol shall be the designated incident command agency unless by mutual agreement that role has been assumed by another designated incident command agency.

5 If a political subdivision has not designated an incident command agency within six months after July 26, 1987, the Washington State Patrol shall then assume the role of incident command agency by action of the Chief until a designation has been made.

6 RCW Incident command agencies -- Emergency assistance agreements. Hazardous materials incident command agencies, so designated by all applicable political subdivisions of the state, are authorized and encouraged, prior to a hazardous materials incident, to enter individually or jointly into written hazardous materials emergency assistance agreements with any person whose knowledge or expertise is deemed potentially useful.

7 WSP will coordinate all activities and resources at hazardous materials incident scenes –Those incidents creating a danger to persons, property or the environment as a result or the possibility of spillage, seepage, fire, explosion or release of hazardous materials

8 WSP will institute the Unified Command System at the scene of a hazardous materials incident WSP will not assume operational control of authorized emergency response agencies

9 WSP will not provide personnel for hazardous materials entry teams WSP is not responsible for clean up costs associated with the hazardous materials incidents –Responsibility of the Spiller –If unknown, cleanup efforts are the responsibility of Department of Ecology or EPA

10 WSP is not responsible for expenses incurred by responding emergency agencies –Cost recovery can be taken up with the spiller or application can be made to the EPA under 40 CFR 310.

11 Role of WSP is not to replace existing local emergency response capabilities WSP will provide support for those political subdivisions that are lacking sufficient response capabilities

12 Questions?

13 HAZMAT TRAINING

14 Classes Awareness Operations Awareness-Operations TTT Technician On-Scene Incident Command Chemistry

15 Conferences Annual Hazmat Workshop Washington Fire Chiefs Hazmat and Special Operations Conference LEPC-Tribal Emergency Response Conference

16 On-Line Courses –Hydrogen Awareness –Pipeline Awareness –Small Aircraft and Helicopter Emergencies –Puget Sound Energy Electrical Emergencies –Emergency Services Training Institute

17 Emergency Management Institute IS Section 508 Awareness Course New 4/15/2010IS Section 508 Awareness Course IS Introduction to the Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) New 4/15/2010IS Introduction to the Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) IS-871 Dams Sector: Security Awareness New 4/5/2010IS-871 Dams Sector: Security Awareness IS-33 FEMA Initial Ethics Orientation New 3/22/10IS-33 FEMA Initial Ethics Orientation IS-703.a NIMS Resource Management Course New 1/15/10IS-703.a NIMS Resource Management Course IS-230.a Fundamentals of Emergency Management New 1/14/2 010IS-230.a Fundamentals of Emergency Management

18 IS-870 Dams Sector: Crisis Management New 10/22/2009IS-870 Dams Sector: Crisis Management IS-100.FWa Intro to Incident Command System (ICS 100) for Federal Workers New 9/25/2009IS-100.FWa Intro to Incident Command System (ICS 100) for Federal Workers IS-31 Mitigation eGrants for the Grant Applicant New 8/31/2009IS-31 Mitigation eGrants for the Grant Applicant IS-520 Introduction to Continuity of Operations Planning for Pandemic Influenzas New 8/31/2009IS-520 Introduction to Continuity of Operations Planning for Pandemic Influenzas IS-19 FEMA EEO Supervisor Course New 8/27/2009IS-19 FEMA EEO Supervisor Course

19 IS-293 Mission Assignment Overview New 6/2/2009IS-293 Mission Assignment Overview IS-836 Nuclear/Radiological Incident Annex New 3/26/2009IS-836 Nuclear/Radiological Incident Annex IS-26 Guide to Points of Distribution New 3/20/2009IS-26 Guide to Points of Distribution IS-197.EM Special Needs Planning Considerations for Emergency Management New 3/20/2009IS-197.EM Special Needs Planning Considerations for Emergency Management IS-100.HE Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100, for Higher Education New 3/18/2009IS-100.HE Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100, for Higher Education

20 IS-546.a - Continuity of Operations Awareness Course New 8/21/2009IS-546.a - Continuity of Operations Awareness Course IS-704 NIMS Communications and Information Management New 8/19/2009IS-704 NIMS Communications and Information Management IS-820 Introduction to NRF Support Annexes New 6/16/2009IS-820 Introduction to NRF Support Annexes IS ESF #6: Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing, and Human Services New 6/5/2009IS ESF #6: Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing, and Human Services IS-860.a National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) New 6/4/2009IS-860.a National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) IS-548 Continuity of Operations (COOP) Program Manager New 6/2/2009IS-548 Continuity of Operations (COOP) Program Manager

21 National Fire Academy Alternative Water Supply: Planning and Implementing Programs (Q217) Fire Prevention (Technical)Alternative Water Supply: Planning and Implementing Programs (Q217) Applied Research Self Study (Q123) Executive Development Available Summer 2010Applied Research Self Study (Q123) Awareness of Command and Control Decision Making at Multiple Alarm Incidents (Q297) Incident ManagementAwareness of Command and Control Decision Making at Multiple Alarm Incidents (Q297) Coffee Break Training Fire Prevention (Technical) See Course Description to EnrollCoffee Break Training

22 Community Safety Educators (Q118) Fire Prevention (Public Education)Community Safety Educators (Q118) Emergency Response to Terrorism (Q534) TerrorismEmergency Response to Terrorism (Q534) EMS Operations at Multi-Casualty Incidents (Q157) Emergency Medical Services Under RevisionEMS Operations at Multi-Casualty Incidents (Q157) Fire Service Supervision (Q318) Management ScienceFire Service Supervision (Q318)

23 Hydraulic Calculations for Water-Based Fire Protection Systems Plan Review (Q137) Fire Prevention (Technical)Hydraulic Calculations for Water-Based Fire Protection Systems Plan Review (Q137) ICS-100, Introduction to ICS for Operational First Responders (Q462) Incident ManagementICS-100, Introduction to ICS for Operational First Responders (Q462) ICS-200, Basic NIMS ICS for Operational First Responders (Q463) Incident ManagementICS-200, Basic NIMS ICS for Operational First Responders (Q463) ICS-300, Intermediate All-Hazard NIMS ICS Review for Expanding Incidents (Q464) Incident ManagementICS-300, Intermediate All-Hazard NIMS ICS Review for Expanding Incidents (Q464)

24 ICS-400, Fundamentals Review for Command and General Staff (Q466) Incident ManagementICS-400, Fundamentals Review for Command and General Staff (Q466) ICS Simulation Series: Casper Hall Dorm Fire (Q327) Incident ManagementICS Simulation Series: Casper Hall Dorm Fire (Q327) ICS Simulation Series: Ranch House Fire (Q324) Incident ManagementICS Simulation Series: Ranch House Fire (Q324)

25 ICS Simulation Series: Mansion Fire (Q326) Incident ManagementICS Simulation Series: Mansion Fire (Q326) ICS Simulation Series: Nursing Home Fire (Q424) Incident ManagementICS Simulation Series: Nursing Home Fire (Q424) ICS Simulation Series: Strip Mall Hostage/Arson Fire (Q328) Incident ManagementICS Simulation Series: Strip Mall Hostage/Arson Fire (Q328) ICS Simulation Series: Townhouse Fire (Q325) Incident ManagementICS Simulation Series: Townhouse Fire (Q325)

26 ICS Simulation Series: Wildland Fire (Q617) Incident ManagementICS Simulation Series: Wildland Fire (Q617) National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) 5.0 Self-Study (Q494) Planning and Information ManagementNational Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) 5.0 Self-Study (Q494) S-130 (Wildland) Firefighter Training (Q901) WildlandS-130 (Wildland) Firefighter Training (Q901) S-190 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior (Q900) WildlandS-190 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior (Q900)

27 Water-Based Fire Protection Systems Plan Review: The History of Sprinklers Fire Prevention (Technical)Water-Based Fire Protection Systems Plan Review: The History of Sprinklers Testing and Evaluation of Water Supplies for Fire Protection (Q218) Fire Prevention (Technical)Testing and Evaluation of Water Supplies for Fire Protection (Q218)


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