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Initial response to first victim; then victims following over 2-day period Columbia County Emergency Services 7/7 0900 Using as backup unit if victim count increases and call volume increases Columbia County CDC 7/7 0830 Notified of victims; helping to sort out SARS vs Red Tide; on standby if incident becomes larger Columbia County Sheriff’s Department 7/7 0900 On standby if extra transportation needs are needed Coumbia County Health Department 7/7/ 0815 Notified, on standby if incident becomes larger to help with medical supplies needs and public needs and protective equipment for responders 6. Prepared by: Name: Kelley Bell Position/Title: Planning Section Signature: _________________
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1. Incident Name: SARS 2. Incident Number: SARS-2019A 3. Date/Time Initiated: Date: Time: 0900 10. Resource Summary: Chief ICS 201, Page 4 Date/Time:
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ICS 201 Incident Briefing Purpose. The Incident Briefing (ICS 201) provides the Incident Commander (and the Command and General Staffs) with basic information regarding the incident situation and the resources allocated to the incident. In addition to a briefing document, the ICS 201 also serves as an initial action worksheet. It serves as a permanent record of the initial response to the incident. Preparation. The briefing form is prepared by the Incident Commander for presentation to the incoming Incident Commander along with a more detailed oral briefing. Distribution. Ideally, the ICS 201 is duplicated and distributed before the initial briefing of the Command and General Staffs or other responders as appropriate. The “Map/Sketch” and “Current and Planned Actions, Strategies, and Tactics” sections (pages 1–2) of the briefing form are given to the Situation Unit, while the “Current Organization” and “Resource Summary” sections (pages 3–4) are given to the Resources Unit. Notes: The ICS 201 can serve as part of the initial Incident Action Plan (IAP). If additional pages are needed for any form page, use a blank ICS 201 and repaginate as needed. Block Number Block Title Instructions 1 Incident Name Enter the name assigned to the incident. 2 Incident Number Enter the number assigned to the incident. 3 Date/Time Initiated Date, Time Enter date initiated (month/day/year) and time initiated (using the 24- hour clock). 4 Map/Sketch (include sketch, showing the total area of operations, the incident site/area, impacted and threatened areas, overflight results, trajectories, impacted shorelines, or other graphics depicting situational status and resource assignment) Show perimeter and other graphics depicting situational status, resource assignments, incident facilities, and other special information on a map/sketch or with attached maps. Utilize commonly accepted ICS map symbology.
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