Island for all emergency personnels use and water

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island for all emergency personnel’s use and water will be brought in for drinking purposes and to use within the facilities. Logistics will also be acquiring more generators to have on hand at the fire station to do the limited power source at the station. The Transportation staff will be responsible for acquiring more boats, another sea plan, and vehicles that are adequate and equipped to handle the unmaintained roads here on the island. These resources will be used by the emergency medical staff to transport patients to the dock if they require hospitalization and to respond to calls around the island. The island is broken down into five zones, A-E (see attached map). Each emergency responder will be assigned to different zones. There are has been a request put in, and additional emergency staff will be reporting at 1300 to the Command/fire station, and their assignments will be given to them. There are no food supplies available on the island, arrangements are being made for food to be brought to the island and set up in the food tent for all personnel throughout the incident. There are many safety issues due to the nature of the island. There is limited to no water throughout the island, facilities, no food stores, unmaintained roads, houses having limited access by roads or no road access at all. Emergency personnel will have to keep these limitations in mind as calls are being answered. As this incident progresses, assignments may be adjusted or changed. We will meet again in 48 hours to see how the incident is progressing and make any changes necessary or bring in other resources if needed.
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SUMMARY OF INCIDENT ACTION PLAN PHASE THREE 4
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SUMMARY OF INCIDENT ACTION PLAN PHASE THREE 5 Education and Training in Emergency Services Education and training are an essential part of emergency services. Continued education will teach new information and skills within the field, and practice will help to build competency and proficiency in performing the skill. An emergency service person must make it an essential part of their career to maintain their education and develop proficiency in performing their skills, not doing so can mean the difference between saving a life and losing a life.
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  • Fall '19
  • National Incident Management System, Federal emergency Management Agency

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