Presentation on theme: "Unit 2: Task Force Mobilization. Unit Goal Upon completion of this unit, participants will be able to describe the management activities necessary to."— Presentation transcript:
Unit Goal Upon completion of this unit, participants will be able to describe the management activities necessary to mobilize a task force and deploy to an incident.
Unit Objectives Discuss procedures for task force mobilization and travel, including reporting requirements Review travel considerations Roster a task force and develop the necessary forms for deployment
Mobilization Planning Mobilization procedures should be outlined in a regional response plan or SOGs. Identifies responsibilities Ensures efficiency and effectiveness Requires practice KSTF2 SOGs/Response Plan
Mobilization Planning (cont) Identify: Personnel call-out and processing procedures Point of Departure (s) (POD) Member identification requirements Equipment and transport needs
Mobilization Planning (cont) Medical records – TF 101 (pre-mobilization) Who maintains/location/responsibility Medical screening – TF 102 (at POD) Procedures for denying member mobilization Medical Issues Alcohol Work Schedule
Considerations for Mobilization Support Specialists Administrative Logistics Equipment Transportation Vehicle Checks POD Issues Parking/Keys Participating Agencies Contact Information Communications ○ Family Liaison ○ Facebook ○ Website
Considerations for Mobilization (cont) News Worthy Events ○ Focus on Local Response ○ Imbedded Media ○ Photos by Individuals ○ Release of Information or pictures ○ Social Media Pros & Cons All members should be familiar with your agency SOGs (Appendix G)
Planning Your Travel Take time to plan your trip ○ Determine Route ○ Order of procession ○ Communications ○ Consider medical Issues en route ○ Maintenance issues ○ Identify Stops – Fuel Consumption ○ Consider Sources for Pre-Arrival Needs Fuel Supplies Restrooms
En Route Activities IC/IMT Contact Who do you report to? En-route? On-scene? If you’ve been given an idea of your potential assignment, you may begin the development of an initial Tactical Action Plan Review of Operational Checklists – USAR FOG manuals Identify an initial staging area
Documentation & Reporting TF Documentation & Reporting Packet Origin – ICS Forms Electronic Hard Copies ICS Forms Booklet & Instructions for each form Fillable Electronic Forms ICS Forms TF Forms ○ www.midwestsearchandrescue.org www.midwestsearchandrescue.org
Deployment Forms TF 201 - Task Force Briefing TF 205A - Communications List TF 211 - Check In TF 218 - Support Vehicle Inventory May be pre-populated Medical Forms TF 101 - Medical Data Form ○ Should be on file TF 102 - Mobilization Physical ○ Will likely only be completed for a deployment ○ Pertinent medical history ○ Current medications ○ Blood type ○ Known allergies ○ Emergency contact procedures ○ Don’t forget privacy considerations
TFM Supplies Computer (s) Printer Cords/Multi-plug adapters Duct tape Forms – Electronic/Hard Copy Office Supplies Where & how will they be carried – Consider multiple locations in hard containers
Activity KSTF2 has been activated by the state’s ESF9 Coordinator to a tornado strike at Crisis City. All personnel have arrived at the POD, along with responding equipment. Using information from participating agencies, prepare a TF 203, TF 211 and 218 prior to departure.
TF 214 Activity Log Operational Period Legible Pertinent Information? Who? Field Notes – what happens to them?