Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Slide 3-97 WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE? INCIDENT STRATEGY(IES) Exposure protectionExposure protection Confinement/ExtinguishmentConfinement/Extinguishment VentilationVentilation.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Slide 3-97 WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE? INCIDENT STRATEGY(IES) Exposure protectionExposure protection Confinement/ExtinguishmentConfinement/Extinguishment VentilationVentilation."— Presentation transcript:

1 Slide 3-97 WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE? INCIDENT STRATEGY(IES) Exposure protectionExposure protection Confinement/ExtinguishmentConfinement/Extinguishment VentilationVentilation SalvageSalvage

2 Slide 3-98 HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DO IT? INCIDENT TACTICS Exposure protection Deploy two 1-3/4-inch hoselines to exposure B-1 and D-1 for exposure protection Exposure protection Deploy two 1-3/4-inch hoselines to exposure B-1 and D-1 for exposure protection Confinement/Extinguishment Confinement/Extinguishment – Deploy one 2-1/2-inch hoseline to Side A for fire confinement/extinguishment – Deploy one 1-3/4-inch hoseline to Side C for fire confinement/extinguishment Ventilation Ventilation – Vertical ventilation roof apertures – Horizontal ventilation fire building and exposures, check for extension Salvage Salvage Place salvage covers over merchandise in exposure buildings for protection

3 Slide 3-99 IMPLEMENT THE FIRE CONFINEMENT EXPOSURE PROTECTION ACTION PLAN Communicate all assignments clearly to all resources operating on the incident. Communicate all assignments clearly to all resources operating on the incident.

4 Slide EVALUATE THE FIRE CONFINEMENT EXPOSURE PROTECTION ACTION PLAN Evaluate progress every 10 minutes.Evaluate progress every 10 minutes. Obtain feedback reports from resources operating on the incident.Obtain feedback reports from resources operating on the incident.

5 Slide Double Property 2 Story Exp. B Block B Street Command Sequence # 2 Side A 128 B Street Heavy fire, Side A. Occupancy furniture store. All occupants have been removed. Alley way access to rear B Street Exp. Exp.D-2 D-3 B-2 B-1 D-1

6 Slide Activity 3.2 Scenario 1 Fire Confinement and Exposure Protection th Street

7 Slide Walk-around th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 1 Side A Side B Sides A and B

8 Slide Side B Side A Sides A and B Walk-around th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 1

9 Slide Side C Walk-around th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 1

10 Slide Side A Side D Sides A and D Walk-around th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 1

11 Slide ACTIVITY 3.2 SCENARIO 1 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

12 Slide Activity 3.2 Scenario th Street Side B Side A Sides A and B Medium to heavy smoke, Side B, first, second, and third floors. All occupants have been removed.

13 Slide Heavy smoke first, second, and third floors, Sides A and D. All occupants have been removed. Side D Sides A and D Side A Activity 3.2 Scenario th Street

14 Slide story Warehouse 1-story 3-story Office 3-story Warehouse 50' Fire on First Floor N Side A Side B Side C Side D th St. 75'

15 Slide Activity 3.2 Scenario 2 Fire Confinement and Exposure Protection 122 M Street

16 Slide Sides A and D Side A Side D Walk-around 122 M Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 2

17 Slide Side B Walk-around 122 M Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 2

18 Slide Side C Walk-around 122 M Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 2

19 Slide Side C Exposure C 1 Walk-around 122 M Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 2

20 Slide ACTIVITY 3.2 SCENARIO 2 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

21 Slide Heavy fire second and third floors, Side C. All occupants have been removed. Side C Exposure C-1 Activity 3.2 Scenario M Street

22 Slide N Exposure C1 Exposure C2 Side A Side BSide D Side C 122 M St.

23 Slide Activity 3.2 Scenario 3 Fire Confinement and Exposure Protection 700 Block 25th Street

24 Slide Walk-around 700 Block 25th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 3 25th Street Side A

25 Slide Sides A and B Walk-around 700 Block 25th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 3 Side B Side A

26 Slide Sides B and C Side C Side B Walk-around 700 Block 25th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 3

27 Slide ACTIVITY 3.2 SCENARIO 3 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

28 Slide Heavy fire first and second floors, Side A. All occupants have been removed. Side A th Street 25th Street Exp. D-1 Exp. B-3 Exp. B-2 Exp. B-1 Walk-around 700 Block 25th Street Activity 3.2 Scenario 3

29 Slide First Floor 7 Row houses N LR KDR LR KDR 21' 45' LR KDR LR KDR LR KDR LR KDR LR KDR Side A Side C Side D Side B th St.

30 Slide Second Floor 7 Row houses BR Br Ba BR Br Ba N BR Br Ba BR Br Ba BR Br Ba BR Br Ba Br Ba Side A Side C Side D Side B th St.

31 Slide FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT TACTICS

32 Slide FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT Purpose To bring burning materials below their ignition temperature to stop flame production.

33 Slide SIZEUP FOR EXTINGUISHMENT SIZEUP FOR EXTINGUISHMENT Location and extent of fireLocation and extent of fire Risk versus benefitRisk versus benefit Access and egressAccess and egress Classification of building construction and occupancyClassification of building construction and occupancy

34 Slide NOZZLE SELECTION NOZZLE SELECTION Flow must exceed heat being produced.Flow must exceed heat being produced. If unsure, select largest flow.If unsure, select largest flow. Select appropriate nozzle pattern.Select appropriate nozzle pattern.

35 Slide HOSELINE SELECTION HOSELINE SELECTION Size of hoseline to match nozzleSize of hoseline to match nozzle Long enough to reach seat of fire plus 50 feetLong enough to reach seat of fire plus 50 feet

36 Slide POSITIONING OF HOSELINE POSITIONING OF HOSELINE Areas of access and egressAreas of access and egress Attack from unburned sideAttack from unburned side Select position for backup line and communicate to crewSelect position for backup line and communicate to crew

37 Slide COORDINATE WITH OTHER TACTICAL ASSIGNMENTS VentilationVentilation EntryEntry LadderingLaddering LightingLighting

38 Slide SAFETY Has Safety Officer been designated?Has Safety Officer been designated? Risk versus benefit.Risk versus benefit. Accountability system.Accountability system. Has IC been informed of location of extinguishment team?Has IC been informed of location of extinguishment team?

39 Slide FIRE CONFINEMENT, EXPOSURE PROTECTION, FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT Command Sequence #3

40 Slide REVIEW SIZEUP REPORT OF FIREGROUND CONDITIONS

41 Slide SIZEUP REPORT OF FIREGROUND CONDITIONS Initial report Initial report To be given immediately upon arrival on location Exact location and conditions as observed Exact location and conditions as observed – Nothing showing – Size of structure--stories and dimensions--type of construction-- occupied or vacant – Smoke/Fire--location and density – Status of occupants--if known – Exposures---Sides A, B, C, D, other – Engine __ is establishing ___ Street Command.

42 Slide SIZEUP REPORT OF FIREGROUND CONDITIONS (cont'd) Subsequent reportSubsequent report Information not immediately reported and/or information developed upon investigation. To be given ASAP or within 5 minutes. Progress reportProgress report To be given by the IC every 10 minutes until fire is under control.

43 Slide COMMAND SEQUENCE FIRE CONFINEMENT, EXPOSURE PROTECTION, FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT ACTION PLAN Command Sequence #3 6th and I Streets

44 Slide COMMAND SEQUENCE # 3 WALK AROUND PLOT PLAN Refer to Student Manual SM pp and 3-52

45 Slide Walk-around 6th and I Streets Command Sequence # 3 Sewer Intake I Street 6th Street N

46 Slide COMMAND SEQUENCE # 3 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

47 Slide Activity 6th and I Streets Command Sequence # 3 8,000 gallon-tanker overturned and ignited. Fire spread to Side A exposures. Unburned material is running into sewer. 6th Street I Street Sewer Intake Side A Side D N Friday 5 PM Wind 18 MPH Out of the East Temperature 21°F

48 Slide th Street 7th Street J Street I Street Warehouse Houses Side A Side B Side D Side C N

49 Slide WHAT IS THE SITUATION? (SIZEUP) On location at the intersection of 6th and I Streets, 8,000-gallon gasoline tanker has overturned and ignited.On location at the intersection of 6th and I Streets, 8,000-gallon gasoline tanker has overturned and ignited. Tanker is fully involved, driver has been removed. Unburned gasoline is entering the sewer inlet.Tanker is fully involved, driver has been removed. Unburned gasoline is entering the sewer inlet. Fire has spread to several occupied structures along 6th Street.Fire has spread to several occupied structures along 6th Street. All occupants in exposures have been removed.All occupants in exposures have been removed. Exposures Side A are two/three story dwellings, exposures Side D the same.Exposures Side A are two/three story dwellings, exposures Side D the same. Sizeup report example:

50 Slide FIRE CONFINEMENT, EXPOSURE PROTECTION, FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT ACTION PLAN

51 Slide WHAT CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED? INCIDENT OBJECTIVES Confine and control fire in tanker.Confine and control fire in tanker. Contain, control, and limit fire in exposures.Contain, control, and limit fire in exposures.

52 Slide WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE? INCIDENT STRATEGY(IES) Exposure protectionExposure protection Confinement/ExtinguishmentConfinement/Extinguishment Special equipmentSpecial equipment VentilationVentilation SalvageSalvage

53 Slide HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DO IT? INCIDENT TACTICS Exposure protectionExposure protection – Deploy two 2-1/2-inch hoselines to Side A for exposure protection – Deploy one 2-1/2-inch hoseline to Side D for exposure protection Confinement/ExtinguishmentConfinement/Extinguishment – Deploy four 1-3/4-inch hoselines to Side A for fire confinement/extinguishment – Deploy one 2-1/2-inch foam hoseline to Side A for fire confinement/extinguishment.

54 Slide HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DO IT? INCIDENT TACTICS (cont'd) Special equipmentSpecial equipment Deploy foam apparatus and equipment to tanker fire and unburned gasoline VentilationVentilation Vertical and horizontal ventilation of involved structures SalvageSalvage Deploy diking materials to contain unburned gasoline

55 Slide IMPLEMENT THE FIRE CONFINEMENT, EXPOSURE PROTECTION, FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT ACTION PLAN Communicate all assignments clearly to all resources operating on the incident. Communicate all assignments clearly to all resources operating on the incident.

56 Slide EVALUATE THE FIRE CONFINEMENT, EXPOSURE PROTECTION, FIRE EXTINGUISHMENT ACTION PLAN Evaluate progress every 10 minutes.Evaluate progress every 10 minutes. Obtain feedback reports from resources operating on the incident.Obtain feedback reports from resources operating on the incident.

57 Slide th St. “I” St. Sewer intake Side A Side D Activity 6th and I Streets Command Sequence # 3 8,000-gallon tanker overturned and ignited. Fire spread to Side A exposures. Unburned material is running into sewer. 6th Street I Street Sewer Intake Side A Side D

58 Slide Activity 3.3 Scenario 1 Fire Confinement, Exposure Protection, and Fire Extinguishment 356 E Street

59 Slide Walk-around 356 E Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 1 Side A 356 E Street

60 Slide Sides A and B Side B Side A Walk-around 356 E Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 1

61 Slide Sides B and C Side C Side B Walk-around 356 E Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 1

62 Slide Sides C and D Side D Side C Walk-around 356 E Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 1

63 Slide ACTIVITY 3.3 SCENARIO 1 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

64 Slide Activity 3.3 Scenario E Street Heavy fire second floor one window, Side D. All occupants have been removed All occupants have been removed. Side D Side C

65 Slide Lobby Balcony Second Floor Third Floor First Floor N Side A Side BSide D Side C 356 E St.

66 Slide Activity 3.3 Scenario 2 Fire Confinement, Exposure Protection, and Fire Extinguishment th Street

67 Slide Walk-around th Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 2 Side A th Street Exposure D-1

68 Slide Sides A and B Walk-around th Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 2 Side A Side B

69 Slide Sides B and C Walk-around th Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 2 Side C Side B

70 Slide Exposure D-1 Walk-around th St. Activity 3.3 Scenario 2

71 Slide ACTIVITY 3.3 SCENARIO 2 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

72 Slide Activity 3.3 Scenario th Street Heavy fire, Side A. All occupants have been removed. Exposure D-1 Side A th Street

73 Slide PatioPatio PartsParts 45' 90' N Side A Side B Side D Side C th Street

74 Slide Activity 3.3 Scenario 3 Fire Confinement, Exposure Protection, and Fire Extinguishment th Street

75 Slide Sides A and B Side B Walk-around th Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 3 Side A th Street

76 Slide Sides A and B Side B Side A Walk-around th Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 3

77 Slide Side C Walk-around th Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 3

78 Slide Sides A and D Side A Side D Walk-around th Street Activity 3.3 Scenario 3

79 Slide ACTIVITY 3.3 SCENARIO 3 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

80 Slide Side B Side A Activity 3.3 Scenario th Street Light to medium smoke, Side B, second and third floors. All occupants have been removed. Sides A and B

81 Slide Activity 3.3 Scenario th Street Heavy smoke second and third floors, Sides A and D. All occupants have been removed. Sides A and D Side A Side D

82 Slide story Warehouse 1-story 3-story Office 3-story Warehouse 50' Fire on Second Floor N 75' Side A Side C Side B Side D th St.

83 Slide ACTIVITY 3.4 LARGE EXERCISE 1 Seven townhousesSeven townhouses 500 Block 33rd Street500 Block 33rd Street

84 Slide Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1 Row of seven townhouses. Each townhouse is 20' x 40'. Occupied, rd Street. Side A N

85 Slide Sides B and C Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1 Side B Side C

86 Slide Side C Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1

87 Slide Sides C and D Side D Side C Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1

88 Slide LARGE EXERCISE 1 1ST ALARM RESOURCES Engine 1Engine 1 Engine 2Engine 2 Engine 3Engine 3 Truck 1Truck 1 Squad 1Squad 1 Battalion Chief 1Battalion Chief 1 – All companies staffed with four firefighters – Battalion Chief 1: 30-minute response

89 Slide Conditions upon arrival: Thursday 6 p.m. Heavy fire first and second floors, Side A. All occupants have been removed. Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1 Side A rd Street Exp. B-3 Exp. D-3 Exp. D-2 Exp. D-1 Exp. B-1 Exp. B-2 N Wind 12 MPH Out of the East ° Temperature 88° F

90 Slide Unit - 3 Story Townhouses N First Floor Side C Side A Side B Side D 500 Block 33rd St rd St.

91 Slide Unit--3 Story Townhouses N Side C Second Floor Side A Side B Side D rd St.

92 Slide Conditions 15 minutes after arrival. Side A rd Street Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1 Exp. B-3 Exp. B-2 Exp. B-1 Exp. D-1 Exp. D-2 Exp. D-3

93 Slide Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1 Side A rd Street Conditions 18 minutes after arrival. Exp. B-3 Exp. B-1 Exp. D-1 Exp. D-2 Exp. D-3 Exp. B-2

94 Slide Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1 Side A rd Street Conditions 30 minutes after arrival. Exp. B-3 Exp. B-1 Exp. D-1 Exp. D-2 Exp. D-3 Exp. B-2

95 Slide Side A rd Street Conditions 40 minutes after arrival. Exp. B-3 Exp. B-2 Exp. D-1 Exp. D-2 Exp. D-3 Exp. B-1 Walk-around 500 Block 33rd Street Large Exercise 1

96 Slide TRANSFER OF COMMAND REPORT PROCEDURE Location and extent of fireLocation and extent of fire Control effortsControl efforts Deployment of resourcesDeployment of resources Need for additional resourcesNeed for additional resources To be delivered to the next commanding officer arriving at an incident


Download ppt "Slide 3-97 WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE? INCIDENT STRATEGY(IES) Exposure protectionExposure protection Confinement/ExtinguishmentConfinement/Extinguishment VentilationVentilation."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google