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available and which hospitals are available, and any special medical procedures that need to be followed. Phase Four will include a safety message outlining any safety issues and where they are within the incident zone and an organizational chart showing where personnel is within the incident area and which section they will be working. Phase Four will also be when an incident status is conducted. These two phases are designing and assigning personnel their objectives to complete and the resources and supplies to achieve them. The final phase, Phase Five, execute, evaluate, and revise, is where all the phases are pulled together. It provides for a check-in list for all the personnel, resources, and supplies. It will keep track of when they were requested when they arrived, where they are in the incident area and the leader’s name as to where the resource belongs. An activity log is kept showing what objectives have been completed and what is left to complete. A general message will be sent out regarding an update on the incident. A complete inventory of equipment will be done at the phase, it provides a detail of the equipment and accounts for where they are within the incident, when they arrived and when they were taken out of service. This phase also provides information on any air operations used. This phase puts it all into action and keeps track of it in an organized fashion. The ending phase, while there are no set rules that exist on when to stop developing an IAP, the Unified Command Group (UCG) should consider ending incident action planning when an incident progresses to a steady operational tempo. The final decision, however, is left up to the Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) and the UCG. Ending an IAP will usually happen when Phase one through five objectives have been met, along with the following criteria being met.
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INCIDENT ACTION PLAN ENDING PROCESS 4 The ending phase will take place when an operational period is longer than six days, response activities have ended, all emergency support functions have been demobilized, and there is no remaining threat to life or property. At this time, Planning Section efforts are focused more on reporting more than planning, and a recovery support strategy is in place and being
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  • Fall '19
  • Management, National Incident Management System, Federal emergency Management Agency

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