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1 1GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 General Emergency Services Adapted from the National Emergency Services Curriculum Project

2 2GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Part 1 General Emergency Services Missions Qualifications Activation Sign-In Risks Responsibility Bloodborne Pathogens Negligence Posse Comitatus Media & Bystanders Reimbursement Partner Agencies

3 3GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Missions P-0001 Search and Rescue (ground and air) Disaster Relief Reconnaissance Counterdrug Transportation

4 4GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Missions (Continued) MOUs –Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) –Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) –Red Cross –Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) –National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin. (NOAA) –National Weather Service (NWS) –Salvation Army –U.S. Customs –Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) –State Agencies –Others

5 5GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Missions (Continued) Three areas of qualification –Ground and Urban Direction Finding Teams Ground Team Leader Ground Team Member Urban DF Team –Aircrews Scanner Observer Mission Pilot –Mission Base Personnel

6 6GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Qualifications P-0002 Achievement 1 for cadets Pass CAP Test 116 Current CAP Membership CAPF 101 (or computer roster) Trainee status for other specialties –Mission Staff Assistant recommended for those without a planned specialty Maintaining Proficiency (last day of 36 th month) CPPT/Level I for senior members

7 7GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Qualifications Continued Most specialty qualifications generally expire 3 years from the date the qualification was attained. Exceptions are:

8 8GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 General ES (GES) The General Emergency Services rating is required of all individuals qualifying in emergency services and will be completed prior to commencing training of any other specialty. Successful completion of the CAPF 116 ES Questionnaire (corrected to 100%) along with basic membership requirements qualifies the member in the General Emergency Services rating

9 9GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Specialty Rating Requirements All personnel will conduct training using the National Task Guides. (check National Ops website) Prerequisites must be completed prior to initial training requirements. Familiarization and preparatory training Advanced training Participation in two missions

10 10GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Specialty Training Personnel are authorized to train for the specialty rating qualifications by their unit commander (including approved emergency services school directors) except incident commander or agency liaison Training to qualify is expected to take place within two years. All training must be certified as complete by a qualified evaluator (members cannot certify their own training)

11 11GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Partner Agencies P-0006 FEMA AFNSEP AFRCC NTSB Federal Emergency Mgt Agency Air Force National Security Emergency Prep. Air Force Rescue Coordination Center National Transportation Safety Board

12 12GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Activation P-0004 Agency –CAP does not activate itself CAP Wing –An Incident Commander is assigned –Using wing notification roster/pager/website Mission qualified wing members answer the response

13 13GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Sign-In P-0003 Individual qualifications need to be known to mission planners, and thus personnel are normally requested individually to participate Sign-in confers FECA/FTCA coverage –Personnel and vehicles will be logged on the ICS Forms 211 and 218 respectively with incoming team or aircrew paperwork –Personnel need to be sure that they are recorded on the Unit Log by the assigned supervisor on the ICS Form 214 Further assignment at sign-in

14 14GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 ICS Sign In Form 211

15 15GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 ICS Form 218 Vehicle Sign In

16 16GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Risks P-0007 Travel to and from mission base Operating without proper rest or nourishment Electrical or antenna wires Turning propellers Do not take unnecessary risks SAFETY IS OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY

17 17GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Responsibility P-0010 CAP ES members should obtain and read copies of the current operations and emergency services publications Again, CAP members have NO special dispensations over an ordinary citizen Individuals who put themselves, other members, or the corporation in jeopardy by disregarding laws and policies will be targeted for restraining action

18 18GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Bloodborne Pathogens O-0901 Diseases transferred by contact with human blood and body fluids –Hepatitis B –AIDS –Others Exposure exists at accident/crash sites

19 19GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Bloodborne Pathogens (Continued) Prevent by staying away from blood and body fluids –Engineering controls Hand washing facilities, eye wash stations, etc. –Work practice controls Using sharps containers, hand washing, using barriers, etc –Personal protective equipment Gloves, masks, gowns, face shields, tyvek suits, etc. –Universal precautions Treat all blood and body fluids as if contaminated

20 20GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Negligence P-0008 Failure to exercise that degree of care that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances Degrees - Slight, Ordinary, Gross Key = perform to your level of training Not normally a problem Protection through “Good Samaritan” laws

21 21GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Posse Comitatus P-0009 Prohibits CAP from engaging in law enforcement activities other than reconnaissance of property or transport of personnel and equipment, while on an Air Force mission CAP members may not carry firearms, participate in detention or arrest of persons or seizure of property or conduct surveillance of personnel and equipment

22 22GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Posse Comitatus (Continued) CAP members may not be deputized No authority to restrict persons by force May provide passive assistance to law enforcement Can do passive site surveillance (NTSB) No trespassing allowed NO special dispensations

23 23GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Media & Bystanders C-0001 Why must information be controlled? –Family privacy, discriminate false reports, etc To whom do we direct inquisitor and why? –Only the Incident Commander or Information Officer may release details –Target details influence witness interviews –Undue speculation –Family needs to know first Can answer general questions about CAP

24 24GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Media & Bystanders (Continued) You Should Not: –Discuss target description or events –Discuss search or results –Give opinions –Be rude or bossy Never say “No Comment” - Direct them to appropriate leader.

25 25GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Media & Bystanders (Continued) You Should: –Be friendly and courteous –You are a CAP member and working a mission –Direct them to person responsible for media –Be alert for information bystanders may have

26 26GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Reimbursement F-0001 Limited reimbursement available on AF reimbursable missions for: –Aircraft flight hours –Member-owned aircraft maintenance –Communications –Vehicle fuel and oil Equipment and personnel MUST be properly signed in to the mission for reimbursement CAPF 108 (turned in a timely manner)

27 27GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Part 2 Incident Command System P-0005 Span of Control Unity of Command Common Terminology Titles and Support Titles Organizational Level Resource Types and Conditions Facilities Unified Command

28 28GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Introduction ICS IS USED TO MANAGE EMERGENCY AND NON- EMERGENCY EVENTS ICS WORKS WELL FOR BOTH SMALL AND LARGE SITUATIONS ICS IS FLEXIBLE

29 29GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Introduction Continued “The combination of facilities, equipment, personnel, procedures, and communications, operating within a common organizational structure with responsibility for management of assigned resources to effectively direct and control the response to an incident.”

30 30GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Span of Control EFFECTIVEINEFFECTIVE OPTIMTMUM

31 31GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Unity of Command & Chain of Command UNITY OF COMMAND: Clear line of supervision CHAIN OF COMMAND: Orderly ranking of management positions in line of authority

32 32GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 A Note on Unity of Command PLANNING / INTELLIGENCE SECTION CHIEF RESOURCE & SITUATION UNIT J. Smith RESOURCE UNIT J. Smith SITUATION UNIT J. Smith Do not combine organizational units. One person may supervise more than one unit.

33 33GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Common Terminology Position Titles & Support Titles Organizational Levels Resource Types & Conditions Facilities

34 34GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Organization Level, Title, & Support Title

35 35GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Command Staff Organization

36 36GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 General Staff Organization

37 37GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 A Note on Operations Organization Flexibility MULTI-DISCIPLINE or MULTI-JURISDICTION TEAM or FACILITATE SPAN OF CONTROL GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS or FUNCTIONAL UNI-DISCIPLINE TEAM Needs of incidents determine organization.

38 38GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 A Note on Transfer of Command A more qualified person assumes command A jurisdictional or agency change in command is legally required or makes good management sense Personnel turnover on long incidents

39 39GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Resource Types TASK FORCES COMBINATION OF SINGLE RESOURCES STRIKE TEAM COMBINATION OF SAME KIND AND TYPE SINGLE RESOURCE INCLUDES PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT

40 40GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Resource Conditions OUT OF SERVICE AVAILABLE ASSIGNED

41 41GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Facility Types Incident Command Post Staging Area Base Camp Helibase Helispots

42 42GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Managing An Incident Under Unified Command A B C HAZARDOUSMATERIALSINCIDENT

43 43GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 Under Unified Command There Will Always Be: One incident command post A single coordinated incident action plan One operations section chief (officer in charge, supervisor, etc.)

44 44GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 CAPR 173-3: Reimbursement policies and procedures CAPR 60-1: CAP Flight Management CAPR 60-3: CAP ES Training & Operational Missions CAPR 60-5: Critical Incident Stress Management CAPR 62-1: CAP Safety Responsibilities & Procedures CAPR 62-2: Mishap Reporting and Investigation CAPR 100-1V1: CAP Communications CAPR 900-3: Firearms- Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies CAPP 2: CAP ELT/EPIRB Search Additional Studies

45 45GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 General Emergency Services Tests On-Line 116T Test

46 46GENES.ppt Last Revised: 14 June 2004 QUESTIONS? THINK SAFETY


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