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72 hours Anticipated after 72 hours List the specific critical resources and numbers needed, in order of priority. Be specific as to the need. Use plain language and common terminology for resources, and indicate resource category, kind, and type (if available or known) to facilitate incident support. If critical resources are listed in this block, there should be corresponding orders placed for them through appropriate resource ordering channels. Provide critical resource needs in 12-, 24-, 48- and 72-hour increments. List the most critical resources needed for each timeframe, if needs have been identified for each timeframe. Listing critical resources by the time they are needed gives incident support personnel a “heads up” for short- range planning, and assists the ordering process to ensure these resources will be in place when they are needed. More than one resource need may be listed for each timeframe. For example, a list could include: o 24 hrs : 3 Type 2 firefighting helicopters, 2 Type I Disaster Medical Assistance Teams o 48 hrs : Mobile Communications Unit (Law/Fire) o After 72 hrs : 1 Type 2 Incident Management Team Documentation in the ICS 209 can help the incident obtain critical regional or national resources through outside support mechanisms including multiagency coordination systems and mutual aid. o Information provided in other blocks on the ICS 209 can help to support the need for resources, including Blocks 28, 29, 31–38, and 40–42. o Additional comments in the Remarks section (Block 47) can also help explain what the incident is requesting and why it is critical (for example, “Type 2 Incident Management Team is needed in three days to transition command when the current Type 2 Team times out”). Do not use this block for noncritical resources. 40 Strategic Discussion: Explain the relation of overall strategy, constraints, and current available information to: 1) critical resource needs identified above, 2) the Incident Action Plan and management objectives and targets, 3) anticipated results. Explain major problems and concerns such as operational challenges, incident management problems, and social, political, economic, or environmental concerns or impacts. Wording should be consistent with Block 39 to justify critical resource needs, which should relate to planned actions in the Incident Action Plan. Give a short assessment of the likelihood of meeting the incident management targets, given the current management strategy and currently known constraints. Identify when the chosen management strategy will succeed given the current constraints. Adjust the anticipated incident management completion target in Block 43 as needed based on this discussion. Explain major problems and concerns as indicated.
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Block Number Block Title Instructions 41 Planned Actions for Next Operational Period Provide a short summary of actions planned for the next operational period.
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  • The Land, Incident Command System, Incident Management Organization

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