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1 United States Fire Administration Chief Officer Training Curriculum Operations Module 14: Public Assembly/Mass Casualty Simulation Exercise

2 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-2 Objectives  Identify the life safety problems associated with public assemblies  Identify critical factors affecting strategy for mass casualty incidents  Establish incident objectives

3 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-3 Objectives (continued)  Determine strategies  Select tactics  Identify and request resources  Establish an appropriate ICS organization to manage a public assembly/mass casualty incident

4 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-4 Definition of an Assembly All buildings or portions of buildings used for gathering together 50 or more people for such purposes as deliberation, worship, entertainment, eating, drinking, amusement, or awaiting transportation.

5 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-5 Types of Assembly Occupancies  Armories  Assembly halls  Auditoriums  Bowling lanes  Churches  College/university classrooms (50 persons or more)

6 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-6 Types of Assembly Occupancies (continued)  Conference rooms  Courtrooms  Dance halls  Drinking establishments  Exhibition halls  Gymnasiums

7 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-7  Libraries  Mortuary chapels  Motion picture theaters  Museums  Passenger stations Types of Assembly Occupancies (continued)

8 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-8  Pool rooms  Recreation piers  Restaurants  Skating rinks  Theaters Types of Assembly Occupancies (continued)

9 United States Fire Administration Ops 14-9 Assemblies—Critical Factors  Construction  Design  Access/egress points  Fire protection

10 United States Fire Administration Ops Mass Casualty Critical Considerations  Preparedness  Access  Resources  Communications  Coordination  Safety/security  Conclusion/recovery

11 United States Fire Administration Ops Preparedness  Identify potential locations for an MCI  Teambuilding  Training

12 United States Fire Administration Ops Access  Above grade  Below grade  Remote locations

13 United States Fire Administration Ops Resources  Vehicles/apparatus  Personnel  Hospitals  Equipment

14 United States Fire Administration Ops Communications  Interdepartmental  Interagency

15 Fire/Medical ICS Organization Staging Extrication Fire Divisions/ Groups Fire Branch Medical Supply Officer Treatment Control Officer Triage Control Officer Transportation Control Officer Morgue Officer Medical Branch Command

16 Medical ICS Organization

17 United States Fire Administration Ops Safety/Security  Scene safety—rescuers  Security

18 United States Fire Administration Ops Conclusion/Recovery  Restoration of medical supplies/ equipment  Critical Incident Debriefing (CID)  Post-Incident Analysis (PIA)

19 United States Fire Administration Ops Activity 14.1: Airport Pre-Incident Planning Airport Pre-Incident Planning

20 United States Fire Administration Ops Activity 14.2: Airport Incident Simulation Exercise

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28 United States Fire Administration Ops Module Summary  Critical factors affecting strategy in managing an incident at a public assembly  Seven critical considerations for mass casualty incidents


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