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control of which section and who they are to report to with information or questions. Form 208: Safety Message/Plan. This form allows for any safety message, expanded safety message, safety plan, for a site safety plan. In this form it forms are participants what they need to do to be and stay safe during the event. The use of safety equipment, dangers, or hazards in the area of the event such as bad roads, flooded roads are some of the things that can be written here. Other information that can be written would be to remind workers to take breaks, where food and water will be located, special equipment they may need to respond to calls. The form is basically for any information that will help to keep responders and participants safe during the event and what to do if they were to become ill or injured while performing their duties. Form 209: Incident Status Summary. This form is what it says it is; it is a summary of the event at present. It shows what type of event is happening, what level of complexity, who is in command, and where it is located. It gives you a quick overview of any damages (if
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SUMMARY OF INCIDENT ACTION PLAN PHASE FOUR 4 applicable). It summarizes the status of the public and responders in terms of injuries, sickness, quarantining or use of temporary sheltering. It helps project activities up to 72 hours out from on the onset of the event, current activities, critical resources needed and will help to plan for objectives for the next operational period. It helps in terms of the need for funding by tracking what has been spent and what may be needed by the end of the event. Lastly, it organizes all the assets and personnel that in use for each. Form 210: Resource Status Change. This form lists all the resources for the event and helps to keep track of changes being made in them. If a resource is taken out of service, it would be listed here as to when it was taken out of service and why. Resources coming into service would be listed here and what time they came on duty. It shows where that resource came from like mutual aid or another agency. It shows if the resource has been assigned tasks and where the resource is within the area. This form is useful to keep track of all the resources in the event or may be needed for the event. This form helps with accountability in case the event was to evolve into a more significant event and resources needed to be pulled from one area and sent to another, without this information resources could be misused or wasted in areas where they are not required. Form 220: Air Operations Summary. This form is a supplemental form used only if the event calls for the use of aircraft. It gives information to the aircrew as to what the event is, what their duties will be, and who is in charge. It informs the aircrew as to how to communicate to ground crew and command. It gives information as to what type of aircraft is being used such as a helicopter, the identification number of the plane, make and model, what base it is from, and if or when it is available. It will also list what is on the flight and who is flying the plane.
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SUMMARY OF INCIDENT ACTION PLAN PHASE FOUR 5 No one person could remember all the information that happens during an event; resources such as personnel, equipment, supplies, and where they are or where they are needed; never mind getting it all organized to accomplish tasks and goals.
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  • Incident Command System, National Incident Management System, Emergency service

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