CERT Basic Training Unit 6 - CERT Organization

CERT Basic Training Unit 6 - CERT Organization

CERT Organization CERT Basic Training Unit 6 Unit Objectives Describe the CERT structure Identify how CERTs interrelate with ICS Explain documentation requirements CERT Basic Training

Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-2 Unit Topics CERT Organization Mobilization Documentation 6-3

Principles of On-scene Management Maintain the safety of disaster workers Provide clear leadership and organizational structure Improve effectiveness of rescue efforts CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-4

CERT On-scene Management Well-defined management structure Manageable span of control Common terminology Effective communication Consolidated action plans Comprehensive resource management Accountability CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization

6-5 Objectives for On-scene Management 1. 2. 3. 4. Identify scope of incident Determine overall strategy Deploy resources

Document actions and results CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-6 Incident Command System CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization

6-7 CERT Operations Command structure CERT Incident Commander/Team Leader (IC/TL) Command Post Expanded structure as needed CERT Basic Training

Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-8 Dealing with the Media Refer media inquiries to CERT IC/TL Do not let media inhibit CERT goals Be careful about

information released CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-9 NIMS Compliance Ability to work together IS-100.a:

Introduction to ICS IS-700.b: Introduction to NIMS http:// training.fema.gov/IS/ NIMS.asp 6-10 CERT Mobilization CERTs take care of themselves, their families, their homes, their neighbors

Proceed to predesignated staging area IC/TL is established, organizes the group IC/TL prioritizes actions Organization is flexible and evolves based on new information CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-11

Rescuer Safety Rescuer safety is first priority Heavy damage = No rescue Moderate damage = Locate, triage, evacuate Light damage = Locate, triage, continue sizeup, and document CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization

6-12 Documentation Section Chiefs Provide Command Post with information Command Post Documents situation status Incident locations Access routes Identified hazards

Support locations CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-13 Documentation Write it down!

CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-14 Documentation Forms Damage Assessment Personnel Resources Sign-In Incident/Assignment Tracking Log Briefing Assignment

Survivor Treatment Area Record Communications Log Equipment Inventory General Message CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-15 Documentation Flow

CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-16 Documentation Flow CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-17

Documentation Flow CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-18 Documentation Flow CERT Basic Training

Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-19 Documentation Flow CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-20

Unit Summary ICS provides flexible means of organization Is it safe to attempt the rescue? Document and communicate information to all CERT levels Provide Command Post with ongoing information about damage assessment, group status, and needs Command Post documents and tracks situation status CERT Basic Training

Unit 6: CERT Organization 6-21 Homework Assignment 1. Read unit to be covered in next session 2. Bring necessary supplies to next session 3. Wear appropriate clothes to next session CERT Basic Training Unit 6: CERT Organization

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