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#1 N. LeBlanc

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Posted 13 February 2019 - 07:14 PM

Memorandum

Shiloh County Fire Department

Training and Special Operations Divisions

 

Standard Operating Guidline 200.1.4-5

Squad-

Driver/Operator- Responsible for driving safely to the call.

On a Fire Call - Responsible for water supply.  Once a water supply is flowing and supply line is secured, the driver will toss the ground ladders on the unit to the alpha side of the structure.  The driver will also be prepared to assist the company in any way possible.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for charging the protection line and then helping set up extrication equipment and shuttling extra cribbing if needed.

 

Officer- Giving scene size up (including 360) and controlling their crew in a manor that they deem safe and fit.

On a Fire Call - After size up given assist with line placement. If short staffed will act as backup man and forcible entry if needed.  If RIT, will become RIT OIC

On a Rescue Call - After size up, assist with setting up equipment and if necessary assist with extrication.

 

Senior Hoseman (Officer Side Backstep)- Back up the Junior Hoseman

On a Fire Call - assist with flaking out the hand line and back up the FF on the nozzle.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for the cutters and stabilization.

 

Hoseman 2 (Driver Side Backstep)- Responsible for hitting the hydrant and making the connection on the drivers orders.

On a Fire Call - Secure water source then grab a tool and make way inside on the line and assist with line management.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for spreaders and ram.

 

Junior Hoseman (Forward Backstep)- Hose line management 

On a Fire Call - Select the hose that they deem fit unless otherwise specified by the Unit officer. Stretch and extinguish.

On a Rescue Call - Stretch the protection line and stand by.

 

Truck-

Driver/Operator-Responsible for driving the tractor safely to the call.

On a Fire Call - Setting up the areal and going to the roof.  Responsible for ventilation with tiller man.  Responsible for ladders and hooks.

On a Rescue Call - Set up extrication equipment and shuttling extra cribbing if needed.

 

Officer- Giving scene size up (including 360) and controlling their crew in a manor that they deem safe and fit.

On a Fire call - The Officer will pair with Truckman 2 and Junior Truckman and will bring a hook with them inside. 

On a Rescue Call - After size up, assist with setting up equipment and if necessary assist with extrication.

 

Tillerman- Responsible for driving the tiller safely to the call.

On a Fire call - The Tillerman will pair with Driver to perform ventilation.  Responsible for all saws.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for Rams.
 

Senior Truckman - Responsible for forcible entry on the fire ground with Truckman 3.

On a Fire Call - Pair with Truckman 3 for forcible entry. Take set of irons.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for vehicle stabilization.

 

Truckman 2- Responsible for Water can and hook

On a Fire Call - Will bring a hook and water can inside while operating and conducting searches with officer and Junior Truckman.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for the Spreaders.

 

Truckman 3- Responsible for forcible entry on the fire ground with Truckman 3.

On a Fire Call - Pair with Senior Truckman for forcible entry.  Take other applicable forcible entry tools.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for Cutters.

 

Junior Truckman- 

On a Fire call - Conducting Searches with Officer and Truckman 2.  Take Irons.

On a Rescue Call - Responsible for lights and cribbing.


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Posted 13 February 2019 - 07:14 PM

Memorandum

Shiloh County Fire Department

Training Division

 

Standard Operating Guidline 200.2

Residential Structure Fire Assignment

Engines:

1st Due Engine -  Alpha Side. Lay in and stretch initial attack line.

2nd Due Engine - Alpha Side.  Reverse lay to secure a second water supply.  Assist initial hand line stretch if needed, or pull second attack line

3rd Due Engine -  Charlie Side (If Possible). Backup line.

4th Due Engine - Alpha Side.  Assist Special Service Units.

 

Ladders:

1st Due Ladder - Side Alpha. Fly the stick and perform ventilation, vertical or horizontal.

2nd Due Ladder - Charlie Side.  Assist 1st Due Ladder or Special Service Units

 

Special Service

1st Due Special Service - Alpha Side.  Perform Search and Rescue of the Fire Floor with 2nd Due Special Service or Engine.

2nd Due Special Service- Alpha Side.  Assist 1st Due Special Service.

3rd Due Special Service- Charlie Side.  Form RIT Team with Ladder Crew.

 

Chiefs

1st Due Battalion Chief- Alpha Side.  Incident Commander.

2nd Due Battalion Chief- Charlie Side (if possible).  Safety Officer.


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"You might be a firefighter if your entire wardrobe is t-shirts your friends gave you from their

departments for your birthday, Christmas, anniversary, etc."

-Unknown

"If Prometheus was worthy of the wrath of heaven for kindling the first fire upon earth, how

ought all the gods honor the men who make it their professional business to put it out?"

- John Godfrey Saxe


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Posted 13 February 2019 - 07:14 PM

Memorandum

Shiloh County Fire Department

Training and Special Operations Divisions

 

Standard Operating Guidline 200.3

Initial Assignments

Fires:

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Activations

  • 1 Engine 

  • 1 Ladder

Fire Alarm Activation in non-high rise

  • 2 Engines

  • 1 Ladder

  • 1 Battalion Chief

Fire Alarm Activation in high rise buildings

  • 3 Engines

  • 2 Ladder

  • 1 Rescue or Squad

  • 1 Medic Unit

  • 1 Battalion Chief

Rubbage Fire

  • 1 Engine

Vehicle Fire

  • 1 Engine and 1 Ladder OR 1 Squad

Highway Vehicle Fire

  • 2 Engines and 1 Ladder OR 1 Engine and 1 Squad

Confirmed Structure Fire

  • 4 Engines

  • 2 Ladder

  • 3 Special Service Units

  • 2 Battalion Chief

Small Brush Fire

  • Nearest Engine (Wildland or Structural)

  • 2 Brush Units

  • 1 Battalion Chief

Large Brush Fire

  • 3 Engines

  • 3 Brush Units

  • 2 Tankers

  • 2 Battalion Chiefs

  • 1 Division Chief

Confirmed High Rise Fire

  • 5 Engines

  • 3 Ladders

  • 4 Special Service Units

  • 1 Light and Air Unit

  • 3 Battalion Chiefs

  • 1 Division Chief

  • Command Center

Rescues:

Vehicle Accident

  • Nearest Engine Company

Vehicle Accident with Entrapment

  • 1 Squad AND 1 Truck OR 1 Engine AND 1 Rescue

Elevator Rescue

  • Nearest Ladder or Squad

Lockout

  • Nearest Ladder or Squad

Water Rescue

  • 1 Engine

  • 1 Ladder

  • 1 Rescue

Building Collapse

  • 3 Engines

  • 2 Ladders

  • 2 Rescues or 1 Rescue AND 1 Squad

  • Collapse Rescue Trailer

  • 1 Battalion Chief

Technical Rescue

  • 1 Ladder

  • 1 Engine

  • 1 Rescue OR 1 Squad AND 1 Utility

  • 1 Battalion Chief

  • Special Operations Battalion Chief

Hazmat Incidents

  • 1 Engine

  • 1 Squad OR 1 Rescue

  • 1 Hazmat unit

  • 1 Battalion Chief

  • Special Operations Battalion Chief

Additional Alarms

Second Alarm

  • 2 Engines

  • 1 Ladders

  • 1 Squad

  • Light and Air Unit

  • Command Center*

  • 2 Battalion Chiefs

  • 1 Division Chief*

Third Alarm

  • 3 Engines

  • 2 Ladder

  • 1 Rescue

  • Air Task Force

  • Public Information Officer

  • 1 Deputy Chief*

Fourth Alarm

  • 3 Engines

  • 1 Ladder

  • Superintendent

Fifth Alarm

 

  • 2 Engines

  • 1 Ladder


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Captain Nicholas LeBlanc, Paramedic, Search and Rescue, HazMat, Diver

Squad 7

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"You might be a firefighter if your entire wardrobe is t-shirts your friends gave you from their

departments for your birthday, Christmas, anniversary, etc."

-Unknown

"If Prometheus was worthy of the wrath of heaven for kindling the first fire upon earth, how

ought all the gods honor the men who make it their professional business to put it out?"

- John Godfrey Saxe





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