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personnel and equipment to facilitate subsequent assignments, and (3) supports demobilization by recording the home base, method of travel, etc., for resources checked in. Preparation. The ICS 211 is initiated at a number of incident locations including: Staging Areas, Base, and Incident Command Post (ICP). Preparation may be completed by: (1) overhead at these locations, who record the information and give it to the Resources Unit as soon as possible, (2) the Incident Communications Center Manager located in the Communications Center, who records the information and gives it to the Resources Unit as soon as possible, (3) a recorder from the Resources Unit during check-in to the ICP. As an option, the ICS 211 can be printed on colored paper to match the designated Resource Status Card (ICS 219) colors. The purpose of this is to aid the process of completing a large volume of ICS 219s. The ICS 219 colors are: 219-1: Header Card – Gray (used only as label cards for T-Card racks) 219-2: Crew/Team Card – Green 219-3: Engine Card – Rose 219-4: Helicopter Card – Blue 219-5: Personnel Card – White 219-6: Fixed-Wing Card – Orange 219-7: Equipment Card – Yellow 219-8: Miscellaneous Equipment/Task Force Card – Tan 219-10: Generic Card – Light Purple Distribution. ICS 211s, which are completed by personnel at the various check-in locations, are provided to the Resources Unit, Demobilization Unit, and Finance/Administration Section. The Resources Unit maintains a master list of all equipment and personnel that have reported to the incident. Notes: Also available as 8½ x 14 (legal size) or 11 x 17 chart. Use reverse side of form for remarks or comments. If additional pages are needed for any form page, use a blank ICS 211 and repaginate as needed. Contact information for sender and receiver can be added for communications purposes to confirm resource orders. Refer to 213RR example (Appendix B) Block Number Block Title Instructions 1 Incident Name Enter the name assigned to the incident.
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  • Fall '19
  • National Incident Management System, Date and time notation by country, Firefighting in the United States, Beau Bridges, INCIDENT CHECK-IN LIST

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