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7 Date/Time Check-In Enter date (month/day/year) and time of check-in (24-hour clock) to the incident. 8 Leader’s Name For equipment, enter the operator’s name. Enter the Strike Team or Task Force leader’s name. Leave blank for single resource personnel (overhead). 9 Total Number of Personnel Enter total number of personnel associated with the resource. Include leaders. 10 Incident Contact Information Enter available contact information (e.g., radio frequency, cell phone number, etc.) for the incident. 11 Home Unit or Agency Enter the home unit or agency to which the resource or individual is normally assigned (may not be departure location). 12 Departure Point, Date and Time Enter the location from which the resource or individual departed for this incident. Enter the departure time using the 24-hour clock. 13 Method of Travel Enter the means of travel the individual used to bring himself/herself to the incident (e.g., bus, truck, engine, personal vehicle, etc.). 14 Incident Assignment Enter the incident assignment at time of dispatch. 15 Other Qualifications Enter additional duties (ICS positions) pertinent to the incident that the resource/individual is qualified to perform. Note that resources should not be reassigned on the incident without going through the established ordering process. This data may be useful when resources are demobilized and remobilized for another incident.
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Block Number Block Title Instructions 16 Data Provided to Resources Unit Enter the date and time that the information pertaining to that entry was transmitted to the Resources Unit, and the initials of the person who transmitted the information. 17 Prepared by Name Position/Title Signature Date/Time Enter the name, ICS position/title, and signature of the person preparing the form. Enter date (month/day/year) and time prepared (24-hour clock).
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  • Fall '19
  • National Incident Management System, Firefighting in the United States, Staging area, Beau Bridges, Resources Unit

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